The wide range of walking tours available ensures there is something for everyone. Whether you prefer longer more challenging walks or shorter, easier walks, we have something suitable for you.
For a taste of what Brackenbury’s Britain has to offer or even just to have good day’s walk in some of the best scenery in the Peak District, (and occasionally in the wider region) try one of our day walks. Each walk is carefully chosen to given an excellent experience of the area, between them covering a variety of terrain and distances. The approach of Autumn and shorter days heralds a time of year when the uplands nevetherless produce some of their most spectacular sights.
Day walks can be enjoyed either in one of our regular scheduled walks or can be arranged directly with us. They are also particularly popular with our corporate clients looking for an alternative day out of the office or simply to entertain guests. You can select one of our regular walks or talk to us to plan a day to meet your specific requirements.
AVAILABLE WALKING TOURS
Dovedale from above
Day Walk – 25thMay 2019, 10.15am – £30
A reasonably strenuous walk with spectacular views
Starting in the car park opposite “The Dog” public house at Thorpe (just north of Ashbourne) this walk follows the paths above the crags on the east side of Dovedale before descending to the valley floor about a mile south of Milldale.
The return trip follows west side after a steep but easy ascent to the valley side descending from Bunster Hill returning to the car for a well-earned cup of tea or pint of beer!
About 9.5 miles and including some steep ascents and descents
Grade :- Medium/Strenuous
Poets and Pints – walking the Lincolnshire Wolds
Day Walk – 22ndJune 2019, 10.15am – £30
A walk in the beautifully quiet yet relatively unknown wolds of southern Lincolnshire
Starting in the car park (NT) at Curbar Gap, we ascend to White Edge walking its length northwards before ultimately descending through woodland to the famous Grindleford Café at the mouth of the Dore and Totley railway tunnel.
The return journey is along the valley floor before ascending back up to Curbar edge, watching the rock climbers en route, ultimately returning to the car park after a wonderful walk.