5 easy walks for the whole family
The Peak District is a brilliant place to spend a day out with kids. Here’s 5 easy walks for the whole family. This, of course, includes the kiddy winks, you might like to try them.
The Roaches – 4 Miles
The Roaches is a fabulous place to explore with the kids.
There are lots of rocks to climb on, places to hide and wildlife to spot. You can also explore the mysterious Lud’s Church and see the Doxey Pool on the top of The Roaches.
Torside Reservoir is a lovely place to explore with the kids, and there are a few walks around here.
At 4,5 miles, it takes in spectacular reservoir views as well as a wander through the festively named Tinsel School Woods.
Mam Tor is one of the most popular places to visit in the Peak District, and it’s a lovely easy walk with kids.
The actual summit of Mam Tor is a short walk from the car park and you can extend the walk if you wanted to.
You can make it more challenging or see more of the beautiful Great Ridge
Solomon’s Temple is a folly on the outskirts of Buxton that kids will love to explore.
You can go inside the tower and kids will love playing there.
Dove Stone Reservoir is on the edge of the Peak District and is a great place to go walking with kids.
It’s a stunning part of the Peak District and this walk around Dove Stone Reservoir is relatively level.
There are some decent paths and it’s 3.7 miles long.
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