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Explore The Peak District National Park, Derbyshire Dales and Staffordshire Moorlands

Guided Walks from 1 - 10 miles, all led by Sally Mosley
Every walk includes a commentary on local history, facts, features & gossip!
Themed and Fun Walks also available - walks incorporating a unique tour or exclusive
attraction.. (From just £10 per person



A guided walk in the Peak District can make you jump for joy!!



5* fun, treats and simple pleasures
 Ideal for small groups wanting to celebrate a special occasion or to spoil themselves!

These are my ‘red letter' extra special days in the glorious surroundings of the Peak District.
Gentle activity, sumptuous hospitality and well-deserved pampering with a choice of venues.
The 'Peak Indulgence Day' package is tailor-made to suit your requirements and budget.
You can opt to start with a stretch and tone Pilates session and follow it with a scenic and leisurely
guided walk, incorporating quality pub food or fine dining cuisine for a sense of fun, well-being and the ultimate treat.
 You can even choose to end your Day with a luxurious spa experience for the perfect unwind!

This is affordable indulgence not diamonds and caviar - for more information please email

(Read more here)
" Hi, I'd just like to say I have taken advantage of Sally's undisputable knowledge of the Peak District - an area she clearly
loves - several times now. Each time I have nothing but praise for her. If you want to see the Peak District, I believe being
guided by Sally is the only way to do it! Thank you! " Katie   

" Hi Sally...Just wanted to say a big thank you for yet another superb walk. Casterne Hall was every bit as exciting as you
had portrayed and we feel honoured to have been able to look inside and share in its wonderful and very interesting
past. The best part of the house for me was the secret panel to the cellar, so intriguing. We look forward to our next
one and will definitely be visiting Dovedale again, its beautiful." Best wishes Jackie & Stewart


Sally's articles on the Peak District
are published in every issue of
The Peak Advertiser (fortnightly)

Click here to read the latest issue:
Peak Advertiser

Ideal for small groups or clubs:
Four interesting topics:
● The Anniversary Walk
 ● Potty about the Peak District

● A Million Words & Eight
Pairs of Boots,
● The Highs and Lows of a
Guided Walk Business

Fees from just £40 per event
public speaking page


Sally has lived in and loved Derbyshire and the Peak District for 56 years and has gained a wealth of knowledge which she hopes you will enjoy hearing about and sharing with her. 

"I established 'Sally Mosley Guided Walks' in 2006.  I would love to hear from anyone who may be visiting The Peak District or Derbyshire and wishes to know more about it's secrets and history on a peak district guided walk."

The summit of Mam Tor – The Shivering Mountain 

 Baslow WI members on a walk from Castleton

Living in Over Haddon means that the wonderful Lathkill Dale is my back garden. Sections of this fabulous Derbyshire Dale are protected as a National Nature Reserve and there are several areas designated as SSSi.  Guided walks into Lathkill Dale are my speciality - let me show you its secrets and tell you something about its history.   Should you wish to stay in the vicinity of Lathkill Dale, please see links page and wake up in Peak District paradise! 

The stunning and diverse scenery of the Peak District and Derbyshire make it a paradise for walkers. The Peak District National Park was
Britain’s first National Park, being created in 1951.  In the north of the region is the Dark Peak, famous for its rugged gritstone escarpments
and strange-shaped standing stones, formed by glaciers in the last Ice Age. Surrounded by high moors and dramatic scenery as well as a string ofreservoirs nestling deep in the valleys beside woodland paths, the Dark Peak offer s spectacular hilltop walks and long distance rambles.

To the south of the Peak District you will find the White Peak area, named after limestone which can be seen in the wonderfully constructed dry
stone walls which separate lush pasture where sheep and cattle graze. The Derbyshire Dales are amongst the finest in the country with crystal clearrivers such as the Lathkill or Bradford. Here you will find Chatsworth House standing majestically on the banks of the River Derwent or medieval Haddon Hall beside the River Wye. Dove Dale may have worldwide fame, but there are several other Derbyshire Dales of National importance, now designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest.



The Environmental Quality Mark is a certification that can only be achieved by businesses that actively support good environmental practices in the     Peak District National Park.  When you buy a product or service that has been awarded the EQM, you can be confident that your purchase directly supports the high quality management of the special environment of the Peak District National Park

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