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4 Most Romantic Derbyshire Walks!

4 Most Romantic Derbyshire Walks!

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Share your love of nature with someone you love this Valentines.

Escape the crowds and take in the beauty of nature with a special someone.

1. Snowdrop Walk at Hopton Hall, Matlock

There are flurries of beautiful Snowdrops across 5 acres of stunning woodland. Source: Hopton Hall. artist's impression of the garden room extension at Callow Hall, near Ashbourne (Image: Tate Harmer)
February is the ideal time to enjoy these beautiful flowers. Take your time wandering through the wonderful woodlands and afterwards, why not visit the cosy tearoom for a hot cup of tea or hearty bowl of soup. Price: Adults £5, Children £2 (6 to 16 years)

2. Mam Tor near Castleton

Early risers are in for a treat. Source: James Grant Photography.

Make a day of it by going on a 6 1/2 mile walk, starting in the picturesque town of Castleton. This walk offers stunning views over Edale, Hope Valley and even the edge of Kinder Scout.

Full details and a free PDF detailing the walking route can be found HERE.

Price: Free!

3. Parkhouse and Chrome Hill

If you're more of a night owl, then star gazing is the perfect treat! SLP Photography.
Pack a blanket, flask of hot chocolate and watch the breathtaking stars light up the night sky. This is a favourite spot for photographers and stargazers – it’s easy to see why.

4. Ladybower Reservoir, Upper Derwent Valley

Sunset is the ideal time to see incredible multicoloured skies.

The walk around Ladybower is gentle, relatively flat and around 5 miles long. Wheelchair, bike, pushchair and dog friendly too. Free parking is available along the route. There are also two nearby pubs to choose from – Ladybower Inn and the Yorkshire Bridge Inn.

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