Walks in the area

Descriptions of Peak District walks, accessible from Clough Head Cottage
Overviews: North | South


Hollins Hill & Chrome Hill

Hollins Hill is a fine rounded hill at the end of a ridge rising from the village of Hollinsclough. There are superb views all round, including Chrome Hill, High Edge, Axe Edge and several picturesque Dales including the Upper Dove valley. One side is Access land and there are high and low level routes to […]

Read more »

Hollins Hill

Hollins Hill is a fine rounded hill at the end of a ridge rising from the village of Hollinsclough. There are superb views all round, including Chrome Hill, High Edge, Axe Edge and several picturesque Dales including the Upper Dove valley. One side is Access land and there are high and low level routes to […]

Read more »

The Roaches and Lud’s Church

The Roaches (from the French Roches) are a short distance away from Clough Head, and make striking to the White Peak landscape: this gritstone escarpment has spectacular all round views and is a popular climbers’ playground. Close by, Hen Cloud and Ramshaw Rocks stand out with their jagged profiles. Hidden in woods behind the Roaches […]

Read more »

Map

Read more »

Dovedale Walks

Dovedale is famous as one of the most spectacular limestone dales in the area. It is owned by the National Trust. Dovedale’s stepping stones appear on thousands of post cards and an easy walk along the river flowing in a wooded ravine with striking rock formations attracts over a million visitors a year. You may […]

Read more »

Chee Dale

Chee Dale, this side of Buxton is well worth a visit, especially if it is a windy day as you are particularly well protected. Chee Dale is where the River Wye flows through a limestone gorge on its way from Buxton to Bakewell. The Monsal Trail shadows it, so it is accessible to cyclists who […]

Read more »