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Kinder Scout – (for experienced walkers) Feel the wind in your hair as you take the eight mile hike from Edale village across the famous Kinder Scout.With some complicated climbs and difficult descents along the way, make sure you pack your sturdiest walking boots.
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Simply follow the Longdendale Trail from start to end, winding around reservoirs to finish at the Woodhead Dam.
If you’re taking the kids, the terrain is ideal for cycling. Mam Tor – (easy) For an easy five mile route, look no further than Mam Tor.
The result is a huge variety of terrains and levels of walks that includes everything from peaceful forest strolls to the chilly heights of Lugnaquilla, from shorelines to the Burren moonscapes.
Some routes are ideal for families with small children, others are suited only to experienced mountaineers who have map and compass skills.
We’ve included the length of each walk, its start and end point, and how to get there, as well as — and this is often the clincher when persuading kids into their hiking boots — where to refuel afterwards.