The Peak District Inn Way
If you were to ask us to advise on the very best spots to visit in the Peak District National Park, I would start by saying visit Chatsworth, then pay a visit to Tideswell, the Cathedral Village, finally enjoy a sunset walk across Stanage Edge.
If you have 6 days to spare, and an appetite for some of the best walking in the UK, I would suggest embarking on an adventure along the Peak District Inn Way. This wonderful walk takes you through some of the finest highlights of the National Park.
Hayfield to Hayfield
10 nights available
Luggage transfer included (x1 20kg bag)
Highlights of the Inn Way
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10 Nights, 9 Days
Travel: Travel from Home to Hayfield
Day 1: Walk from Hayfield to Snake Pass – 8.8 miles
Day 2: Walk from Snake Pass to Hathersage – 9.3 miles
Day 3: Walk from Hathersage to Baslow – 12.2 miles
Day 4: Walk from Baslow to Birchover – 9.1 miles
Day 5: Walk from Birchover to Sheldon – 11 miles
Day 6: Walk from Sheldon to Foolow – 10.8 miles
Day 7: Walk from Foolow to Castleton – 10.1 miles
Day 8: Walk from Castleton to Hayfield – 11.7 miles
Home: Walk from Hayfield to Home – miles
Frequently Asked Questions
Bookmytrail is a small family run independant trip planning service for walking holidays. We love what we do, and hope this comes across when you contact us.
We run an online-only business with remote staff, a lean approach to business and we don’t deliver the excessive itinerary packs other companies send out. These things combined allow us to offer the exceptional service you deserve, while removing single supplement fees for our solo walkers.
We work exclusively with solo walkers. Larger groups are often better off going through bigger agents who are best able to accommodate your request.
About our suppliers
We are happy to work with our luggage transfer providers to have your bags moved as part of your arrangements along your selected route.
We aim to have all accommodation arrangements emailed to you no later than 3 weeks after you make your booking with us. This should give you ample time to ask us any questions you may have about your arrangements.
We try our best to make arrangements with accommodations close to the route. However if there are no accommodations (or good quality accommodations) on the route we will make arrangements further afield.
As above, you may need to be transferred sometimes. Remote stops, or lack of availability is often the cause of transfers. Where transfers are necessary, we will leave you with details to contact either a local driver, or the accommodation provider. Transfers are not included within the cost of your booking.
We don’t specify bed types on our itineraries. Please assume you will be getting a single bed, however many accommodations will end up offering you a double or twin room.
About your booking
Short notice bookings will have access to limited availability. This is particularly evident in the peak seasons of May – September. Some accommodations may also request two night bookings during the peak season, or weekends. In these instances you may be placed in an accommodation for two nights with a transfer. This will be detailed in your itinerary.
We try our best to find a good balance of accommodations which are both close to the trail and of a great quality. Where this is not possible, we would rather transfer you than use a bad accommodation. Where a transfer is necessary, due to limited or no accommodation options our itineraries will have a ‘(T)’ next to that overnight stop.
Due to the requirement to have reservations confirmed and reserved prior to the start of your walk you will not be able to make changes to your booking while you walk.