These are out most used routes and where a history of our Guided Trail Runs live.

Hartington cheese to sheen hill and back

Where: Hartington village, SK7 0AL

Start/Finish: Devonshire Arms

Distance: 5.9 mile / 9.5km

Climb: 820 feet / 250 meters

Terrain: Light trail, fields with short section of country lane

Route Description and Map: A loop heading North from Hartington over rolling hills for an up and down of Sheen Hill. The return is a run along light trail and fields between the river and Carder Low back to the village. Map

Facilities: Several pubs, cafe, public toilets and cheese shop in Hartington

Hartington and Sheen Hill

not the baslow bolt

Where: Baslow village, DE45 1SR

Start/Finish: Nether End carpark DE45 1SR

Distance: 7.9 mile / 12.7 km

Climb: 1100 feet / 335 meters

Terrain: Woodland and pasture. Few short sections of road

Route Description and Map: From the Baslow Bolt race description "The route climbs away from Baslow through fields towards Hassop then proceeds along the beautiful ridge path through Bank Wood and Bramley Wood (a little known local gem). It then drops down to the River Derwent and Calver/ Curbar before climbing up to Baslow Edge (with its fabulous views across both the Dark & White Peak) through a mixture of limestone trail and gritstone before descending Bar Road into Baslow ". Map.

Facilities: Several pubs, cafe, public toilets in Baslow

Baslow Bolt route

chrome and other hills

When and Where: Sunday 13/06 10:00 . The Quiet Woman, Earl Sterndale

Start: The Quiet Woman pub Earl Sterndale

Distance: 7.5 mile / 12 km

Climb: 1100 ft / 335 meters

Terrain: Mostly fields and rough track with short section of lnae. Some 'technical' bits off Parkhouse hill

Route Description and Map: Heading out from the village its an up and over Parkhouse hill before the big bump of Chrome hill. From there its a loop around Hollins hill and a 3mile trail downhill before a bump back over Parhouse hill to finish.

Facilities: On street parking. Pub finish but no pre run toilets. However it is a quiet route...

For all our Guided trail runs as long as you can jog about 6 mile on the flat you'll be fine. Pace isn't important, these are social runs where we'll have walks up the hills and stay together. We operate an all is welcome policy on our Sunday 'Guided Trail' runs with a little caveat of if you're not joined up as a £5 per year member you drop a little donation into the Friends of Youlgrave School charity box (in the shops and pubs) when you next pass through

If you have any questions please contact us.


Start: The Eyre Pub, Chesterfield Road S32 3XH

Distance: 5.5 mile / 12 km

Climb: 760 ft

Terrain: Trail and fields

Route Description and Map:

Facilities: There's parking pubs and cafe/garden centre in our starting place of Calver


Start: Fairholmes Bamford Hope Valley S33 0AQ

Distance: 7 mile

Climb: 1200 ft

Terrain: Rough Trail and pokey bits.

Route Description and Map:It heads up onto Derwent Edge and descends from Salt Cellar Boulder with some great views and terrain to enjoy along the way. Map pic below, interactive map HERE

Facilities: Lots of parking in Fairholmes carpark, cafe and toilets.

ROY almost the salt cellar route


When and Where: Sunday 25/07. Meet 9:45, start 10:00 . Cromford

Start: Cromford wharf car park, DE4 3RP

Distance: 6.5 mile

Climb: 1000 ft

Terrain: Light trail and woods

Route Description and Map: There will be woods, fields, rocks and some big views. We'll be starting in the car-park near cromford Mills and canal. We'll then avoid setting foot on the canal and scuttle off over the fields, before hitting the hill to get up and over Black Rocks. We then get a nice 2 mile drop down the trails back to home. GPX HERE

Facilities: Toilets, pay and display car-park plus cafe

Tour de Blackrocks


Start: Nether End Car park, Church Ln, Baslow, Bakewell DE45 1SR

Distance: 9.2 mile

Climb: 1200ft

Terrain: Hard packed trail, woods, rocks, fields. Bit of everything

Route Description and Map:

Starting in Baslow we'll head under Baslow Edge up onto Curbar edge and Froggatt edge before returning along White Edge. There's woods, moors, rocks, hills, stone circles and the obligatory Trig point. The cut up from Froggatt edege to White Edge is a an overgrown shortcut, completely passable but can be a bit jurrasic park in the summer.

Map and GPX or Dynamic Watch

Facilities: Carpark, cafe and toilets at the start.

the sugarloaf AND FRIENDS (WETTON , thors cave, ecton and wetton hills)

Start: Wetton car park, Carr Lane. Head to Wetton and follow the parking sign,

Distance: 6 mile

Climb: 1000ft

Terrain: Fields, caves, river path, big hills.

Route Description and Map: Starting from Wetton we'll pop to Thor's cave then do a nice easy 1/2 mile along the Manifold track by the river having a quick look at Old Hannah's Hole. From Hannah we head up. We climb the Sugarloaf, then climb a bit more to Ecton Hill. Its then a few miles rolling across the tops before a visit to the top of Wetton hill and back to the start.

Dynamic Watch GPX

Facilities: Toilets in the car park and pub in the village


Start: Edale Car Park, Hope Road, Edale. Near the train station.

Distance: 7 mile

Climb: 1400ft

Terrain: Paths, rocks, fields. Technical and rough in places. Can be very slippy heading up. Route will change if the weather is horrible.

Route Description and Map: Starting from Edale we'll head up to Kinder Plateau via a scramble up Crowden Clough. We'll then go along some flat (Edale Moor) passing Upper and Nether Tor. The way back down will be via Ringing Roger and The Nab.

It can exposed up there and the weather can be rough across the top. Come equipped for the worst and hope for sunshine.

Interactive map and gpx or plot a route OS map below.

Facilities: Car park with toilets. Cafes and pubs in the village. Train Station.