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3 Day Hiking, England Peak District Retreat

Description

Take in the fresh air at Britain’s first national park and explore its forested valleys and quintessential stone villages threaded by walking trails. This three-day Retreat experience offers a comfortable yet active way to getaway from it all. Base yourself in the quaint country town of Castleton and walk your way to the scenic villages of Bamford and Bakewell, dropping into friendly local pubs and discovering more about the local communities, all while surrounded by iconic backdrop of rolling green hills backed by steep peaks. A Intrepid countryside escape awaits.

Features
Type
Hiking
Food
  • Local Cuisine
Skill Level
  • Intermediate
  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Benefits

Why you'll love this trip! Walk the winding trails between picturesque villages and then hole up at a local pub to try a local brew from Intrepid Brewing Co. Treat yourself one of the town’s famous tarts or puddings in Bakewell and explore the arched bridges, narrow shopping streets and stone cottages. Chat with the locals in the village community shop as you take a break from walks through beautiful countryside of farms, woods, and tumbledown remains. Enjoy the ease of leaving your walking boots at the same comfortable, conveniently located accommodation each night.

Food

2 Breakfasts Included, the opportunity to purchase meals along Hiking routes are available.

Location

Welcome to the Peak District. Begin your active adventure with a walk through the Hope Valley to Bamford village. Castleton is the picture of a quintessentially England country town, with its slate grey old stone houses, countless pubs off the winding main road, and rolling green surrounds backed by steep hills on three sides, including the famous Mam Tor. Bamford is the highest remaining village in the Derwent valley, with many of its neighbours submerged in the mid-20th century by the construction of two reservoirs. Also enjoy hikes to Bakewell, the home of the famous Tart, Edensor, a picturesque village that was moved to improve the view for the resident Duke of nearby Chatsworth House & The Longshaw Estate, Once used for shooting by the Duke of Rutland and is now managed by the National Trust.

Cancellation policy

100% non refundable chargeable from 21 days prior to arrival.

A non-refundable deposit of £200 per person, per trip will made at time of booking. The remaining balance will be refundable until 21 days prior to arrival, cancellation within21 days will charged at 100%. Please note full payment taken at time of booking.

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