Green fields highlighted by sunrays through heavy clouds from Curbar Edge

Audio trails

A guided walk on your smartphone

The Moors for the Future Partnership produced the first downloadable MP3 audio guides for countryside sites in the UK.

A series of 15 trails from across the Peak District National Park and further north into the South Pennines will take you on a self-guided tour of some of the finest walks in the area.

Download the audio trails onto your smartphone or mp3 player, along with a map of the route showing stopping points to listen to each track.

About the trails

  • Our most recent trails were produced as part of the MoorLIFE project.
  • Walk in the footsteps of Romans and discover our conservation efforts at Rishworth.
  • Find out how water has shaped the landscape and the important role the moors play at Turley Holes.
  • Learn how the MoorLIFE project is bringing nature back into balance after the damage caused by industrial pollution on Bleaklow.
  • Discover how the MoorLIFE project is helping rebuild the peat layer by bringing back sphagnum moss at Black Hill.

Other trails

  • The damage caused by our industrial past and the first steps to repair Bleaklow.
  • A trip through the valley from pre-historic times until today at Burbage.
  • From Chapel-en-Le-Frith along Combs Edge to hear tales of Dickie's Skull at Combs Moss.
  • Onto the moors to hear first-hand about the struggle for access and the right to roam on Kinder Scout in Edale.
  • Visit the site of a 3,000-year-old roundhouse, and see rock art, ring cairns and standing stones at Gardom's Edge.
  • Follow the ghost of a river to see how the geology of this area (and the Peak District) was laid down to give us the landscape we see today at Grindleford.
  • Famous locations that have influenced writers and provided the backdrop to TV programmes near Hathersage.
  • The Peak District's most famous landmark, on wild and lonely parts of the moor on Kinder Scout.
  • Follow in the footsteps of Mesolithic people of 9,000 years BC to Blind Jack of Knaresborough building the turnpike roads on Marsden Moor.
  • Start from the Cat and Fiddle and venture through Macclesfield Forest to conquer Shutlingsloe – the “Cheshire Matterhorn” in the South West Approaches.
  • Follow the footsteps of our ancestors and explore how the stone beneath us shapes the diverse landscapes on this Stanton Moor: Nine Ladies circular walk.
  • Discover the important industrial past and present recreational uses of this area at the Surprise View The Youth Rangers.
  • Dramatic re-enactments from the past as ghostly guides take you on this linear walk Win Hill Voices: Hope to Bamford.

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