The Peak District offers stunning scenery. The gentle rolling hills, moors and gritstone edges provide easily accessible walking. We offer a range of guided walks, such as guided tours around villages to challenging walks that you could do for charity.
Eyam The plague Village – 1/2 Day £35
In 1665 the plague arrived in the village of Eyam. The villagers refused to leave and made the decision to quarantine themselves in the village to stop the spread of the disease. At the peak of the epidemic 5 or 6 people were dying a day and by the time the plague ended 260 villagers had died.
This 3 hour walk takes you in and around Eyam looking at the area where this heroic story took place.
Plane crash, Bleaklow – 1/2 day £45
On the 3rd November 1948 a B-29 Superfortress nicked name ‘Over Exposed’ crashed in thick cloud. The RAF mountain rescue reached the site very quickly but the 13 crew members could not be saved. We walk along the Pennine way on Bleaklow before heading off onto the moor to find the crash site.
This walk takes 3 hours ( 3 1/2miles) and will explore the remains of the plane on the high moorland.