This book (completely updated in 2005) features Peak District pubs well-known for their welcome to walkers. They all supply real ale from local independent brewers or other "approved" sources, and are ideal starting points for a superb variety of walks in splendid scenery.
The 30 fabulous walks range from three to nine miles and are ideal for family rambles. They start in such delightful Peak District villages as Ashford-in-the-Water, Alstonefield and Youlgreave, and most are accessible by public transport, so there are no problems for car drivers.
The book is packed with information on the Peak District. Many local attractions are featured, including the National Tramway Museum, Magpie Mine, the National Stone Centre and many other places of historic interest.
Distance: 4 to 9 miles
About the Author
Les Lumsdon is Professor of Tourism at the University of Central Lancashire and lives in Macclesfield, on the very doorstep of the Peak District. Martin Smith is a Transport Planner with Derbyshire County Council. He takes a keen interest in industrial history and old coaching inns.
The book will appeal to residents of the area; visitors to the area; walkers of all levels of experience, including family groups, which are welcome in the pubs described; plus those with an interest in local history.