Get away from the crowds and explore the stunning scenery of the Peak District National Park and beyond

Walks in the beautiful Derbyshire Peak District

We are a friendly group of people from Sheffield and Derbyshire who enjoy weekly walks in the Peak District ranging from 6 - 9 miles


On our walks you will have time to enjoy the scenery, take photos and converse with friends.


Try before you become a member

Why not check out the 'Current Walk Programme' and come along as a guest to see how you like it before you join the club?


If you would like to join us for a walk please get in touch with the walk leader or contact:


General Enquiries:

Lynne Fox: 0775 232 6691

Marilyn Levers:01246 207789 M 07935 299124


Membership Enquiries:

Bryan Levers: 01246 207789 M 07805 258958


Membership: £10 per annum

Guest: Free for up to 2 "suck it and see" walks.

All walks leave promptly at 10am unless otherwise stated

Packed lunch and drink needed

We are unable to provide lifts to start points. If you are unsure about the start point please ring the walk leader who will be happy to give you directions

We ask that all walkers supply an emergency contact telephone number

News & Notes

Members' weekends and social activities

The May/June programme has a gap on June 9th, as many members have arranged to meet up in Hawes, a market town with excellent walking in the surrounding Yorkshire Dales.  While this is not formally a PWG event, such social getaways form an important part of there group's calendar.

PWG recently appeared in the Peak Advertiser with a story about one of our smallest but bravest members, Benji


"We are all familiar with the sight of visually-impaired people being supported by their guide dogs, helping to improve the quality of life for the owner. However, turning this story on its head, the Peak Walking Group includes a member, Karen, whose visually impaired dog loves nothing more than roaming the Peak District on some fantastic walks.

Benji is a 14 year old Parsons Jack Russell who started to lose his sight 12 months ago and it continues to decline, unfortunately. How much he can see is not known – well-lit pathways through fields are good but stiles and edges are more precarious. He has been a fantastic walker in the Peaks all of his life and Karen is committed to “backpacking” him when the time comes, with the PWG continuing to support him doing the thing that he loves."

Some Recent Walks

24 March 2024 - Eyam Egress

A glorious day saw nine walkers and six dogs take to the hills above Eyam for a lovely walk through Bretton Clough. We had views all day, and considering the amount of rain that had fallen, it was remarkably dry (except for one passage through trees where it was possible to sink up to your knees, though there was a boot cleaning trough to compensate ). The chihuahuas got tired on the incline over Eyam Moor so Cathy carried them, and we were all ready for the traditional coffee and cake at the end. 

10th March 2024 - Kinder downfall!

It seemed like a good idea ahead of time.  The pics tell the story - bath time beckoned.

17th March 2024 -  Stannington Dunworth Circular

Kim stepped in to fill a hole in the published walk programme, coming up with a 7.5 mile walk around Stannington, which is a suburb of Sheffield in the civil parish of Bradfield.  These forays outside the Peak District always throw up points of real interest.