This tour is an ideal opportunity to enjoy the peaceful tranquility of the Southern and Western regions of the Peak District National Park. From the 17th Century manor of Tissington with it's wonderful vintage sweet shop, to the majestic surroundings of Dovedale; a brew with a view at Ilam Hall or a traditional Staffordshire Oatcake at the Roaches; beautiful scenery around Ramshaw Rocks, famous for its use as an iconic location in the BBC adaptation of Pride & Prejudice; a visit to the historic cheese shop at Hartington followed by a walk around the neolithic stone circle at Arbor Low; and not forgetting a visit to the bustling market town of Bakewell with its wonderful Bakewell Pudding shop.
The route will take us away from the main roads and down the beautiful country lanes that criss cross this part of the Peak District, far from the madding crowd! We'll pass beautiful scenery around The Roaches and Chrome Hill as we travel through the green valleys of the White Peak.
Refreshment and toilet stops are available throughout the day.
The tour can include as much or as little walking as you prefer, so is suitable for all ages, all levels of fitness, and all weather conditions.
ItineraryWe would suggest a pick up time of 10am and would expect to return at around 5pm.
The itinerary can be flexible on the day to suit your preferences, as this is a private tour. So, if there is somewhere that you particularly want to visit on your tour, we will try and fit that in for you. We pride ourselves on flexibility and love a challenge!
This adventure is perfect for individuals and small groups, and can be tailored for:
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