Walks in the Peak District – South West Peak

A Walk Around The Roaches, Lud’s Church, Hen Cloud, and Ramshaw Rocks

A Walk Around The Roaches, Lud’s Church, Hen Cloud, and Ramshaw Rocks

This Peak District walk covers the popular Staffordshire area of The Roaches, Lud’s Church, Hen Cloud, and finally, Ramshaw Rocks. It’s a very long walk, but also extremely rewarding with a variety of terrain covered, and some fantastic views. For the full description of this challenging and scenic route, follow this link – A Walk Around …

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An Easy Walk to Cat’s Tor

This is probably one of the easiest walks to a summit on Mud and Routes! This walk starts at Pym Chair car park, already at 461m, and a 1.1km walk with around 60m ascent, if that! You could extend the route easily enough, or use it to stretch your legs if you arrive in the …

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Shining Tor from Errwood Reservoir

Shining Tor is the highest point in Cheshire at 559m, and lies on the border with Derbyshire with extensive views as far as North Wales and The Wrekin. This walk starts off from Errwood Reservoir between Buxton and Macclesfield, and you’re practically half way up before you start. Can easily be extended over to Cat’s …

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Shutlingsloe Walk

This mini-mountain is the third highest point in Cheshire and provides an excellent viewpoint. This ascent of Shutlingsloe starts from the east, extending the route around via Macclesfield Forest, before descending down to Wildboarclough. If short of time, you could easily ascend directly from the village for a shorter excursion. Click here to view the …

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