Well, there is no finest feeling than exploring the greatest outdoors in the stunning sunshine of Manchester. Whether you want a quiet hillside stroll or strenous mountain hike, there is nothing which can beat our selection!
With the peak district on the doorstep of Manchester, this stunning scenery is quite easy to explore within a hour. So, here is our list list of walks which can be accessed within a hour’s drive of the Manchester.
Kinder Scout from Snake Pass
It’s one of the highest mountain throughout thr Peak District, which has several routes available to reach the summit and the exclusive walk involves a short woodland stroll before the gentle accent aling good paths.
After a bit of scramble along Fair Brook, you will reach at the summit; where no doubt you will be welcomed with spectacular views of nature. After an hour of walk or walking along the west of the ridge will let you meet the well-used Pennine Way. It’s even a great place to stop here and look for the distant Manchester city centre on a clear day.
Total Distance: 8 miles
Timing: 4 hours
Kinder Scout from Edale
This is probably the most popular route up Kinder, and as a result can be crowded on hot summer days.
But the fun scrambly ascent up Grindsbrook Clough makes the trip more than worthwhile.
Once at the top most of the walk uses the paved and well-maintained Pennine Way and you can enjoy a number of the peculiar rock formations which scatter the mountainside.
The way down via Jacobs Ladder is fairly steep but what follows is a gentle descent down paths through farmland and back to Edale.
A longer walk but one which is not too demanding.
Distance: 7.5 miles
Time: 4 hours
Kinder from Hayfield via Kinder Downfall
It’s another most popular route which offers a chance to witness the stunning Kinder Downfall. It will satrt from the pay and display on Kinder Road and the first choice of interest is the Hayfield Reservoir. After walking along the total area within a short time period, you can start your climbing towrads the summit along a well trodden path. No doubt, this walk can offer you the enjoyable and fairly long ascent tour. However, the last climb up the Pennine Way will bring you to the top most of the ridge. If you will walk back towards Hayfield after an hour long, then you will definitely reach Kinder Downfall. Although it’s stunning in summer days, this waterfall can be a truly awesome place for the winter months when it will completely freeze over and this can let this place as a popular choice among all the ice climbers.
Climbing Distance: 7 miles
Timing: 4 hours