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#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Castleton
Once your up the top on the ridge should you chose the easy option to park your car (almost, just a few steps) from the summit of MamTor or hike up the views are incredible across the Hope Valley and Edale!
drove to Mam Nick car park ( £5.00 for the day) a 7min drive, then followed the steps up through the smAll wooded area until you reach a gate "MAM TOR", you walk another five mins up a paved path , gradual incline...
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Castleton
This place is well worth a visit and a perfect base if you are planning a walk around Mam Tor as you can park for free outside the cave and walk along.
A mile or so up the road and you'll see a small unassuming hut on the hillside with access by steps and a FREE car park!!! Tours of the caverns are guided and very frequent, a minimum of 2 people needed for a tour.
Winnat's Pass Hope Valley, UK 0.7 km away
#5 of 13 Nature & Parks in Hope Valley
Nature at its very best!
There is a car park at the bottom opposite the Speedwell Cavern.
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Castleton
Definitely worth a visit... PLUS!! Buy the 2 tickets Peak and Speedwell together, very good bargain..ALSO - if you drive you can park in car park and receive £2 back when you go in the gift shops.
A cavern well worth visiting while you are visiting Castleton, easy to get to, a short walk from the village or car park.
#4 of 5 Nature & Parks in Castleton
By purchasing car parking at Speedwell, you can buy a discounted duel ticket for Speedwell and Peak caverns plus use the car parks at both attractions - bargain.
Just some helpful tips that we wanted to share, wear warm clothing it does feel cold down there (understandably) if you are visiting Peak Cavern too get the joint ticket works out cheaper and also then park at Pea...
Kinder Scout Peak District National Park, UK 6.2 km away
#2 of 28 Nature & Parks in Peak District National Park
I usually park in Edale and walk either clockwise via Upper Booth and Jacobs Ladder,or anti clockwise up the Grindsbrook trail which involves a bit of a rock scramble.
You can get back to nature right here and enjoy the beautiful surroundings once at the top.
#5 of 5 Nature & Parks in Castleton
Ladybower Reservoir Bamford 7.0 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Bamford
walking from Ladybower you can visit the other dams in the Derwent valley and see some truly amazing sights, it is definitely a destination for anyone that loves to walk and enjoy the beauty of nature.
For once we were able to find a car park with ease, a lovely scenic spot for a picnic lunch and good paths for an afternoon lakeside walk.
Derwent Dam Peak District National Park, UK 7.2 km away
#9 of 28 Nature & Parks in Peak District National Park
Magnificent views and autumn colours whilst strolling around Howden and Derwent reservoirs in the Peak Park
We decided to stop off here on our hop from London to Manchester the dam was amazing - very well sign posted and some very nice walks! - There are a number of car parks on the way up to the dam as well as a visito...
Stanage Edge Hathersage 9.4 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Hathersage
Great walk,fabulous views, from easy (a VERY scenic mile or 2 if you park up near edge) to a long interesting slog up then along the edge- google for map for better idea- also, there;s a totally fantastic cafe, i...
The views are stunning; getting back to nature is refreshing and I found the walks, carrying camera gear fairly easy.
Ladybower Fisheries Bamford 5.4 km away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Bamford