Discover the best of the beautiful 'White Peak' on a superb 46-mile walk across the heart of the Peak District National Park. 'The Limestone Way', named after the rock which was formed 300 million years ago, is a waymarked long distance route with spectacular scenery and views from it's start at Castleton in the Hope Valley to it's end at Rocester in Staffordshire. It passes through dramatic dales, a green rolling landscape and several picturesque villages - offering a choice of places to stop for refreshments and stay overnight along the way.
A complete route guide with description, maps and photos is available from Derbyshire Dales District Council for just £2.00 (inc p&p). To order a copy ring 01335 343666 or order online from this website (from the Home page choose 'Pay it' - 'Invoices' - 'Online payment portal' - Other Payments' - 'Tourism Publication' - Limestone Way').
The Limestone Way makes an ideal short break walking holiday. To find accommodation along the route order a copy of the Peak District Visitor Guide here or search online for the dates you require here.