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A Walk In The Peak District: Bakewell With My Family

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A Walk In The Peak District: Bakewell With My Family

A Walk In The Peak District: Bakewell With My Family:

We love to take the children out for a walk in the Peak District. It take some planning though. 

Whenever we have a free day off with no school, work or jobs to be done and the weather is fine, a day out exploring is great. 

One of our favourite places we visit time and time again is Bakewell. And it is only around a hour drive away.

At the weekend there is often some fun things happening on the show-ground and we always get distracted. This time we made plans not to shop for long!! (even though there was a cool vintage market on) and head for the hills.

A Walk In The Peak District: Bakewell With My Family
family days out

No moaning about all the walking from the children. 

Just me!! Wow I felt so unfit.

flowers days out

Lots of fun climbing the hill and seeing the amazing views. So what’s not to love?

A Walk In The Peak District: Bakewell With My Family
A Walk In The Peak District: Bakewell With My Family

My son took his bag but we forgot to take supplies of water and sweets, for energy!!

This little lamb was soooooo sweet..

running down that hill

Everyone found extra energy when we was near the bottom as a visit to the chip shop was promised.

A Walk In The Peak District: Bakewell With My Family

A Walk In The Peak District: Bakewell With My Family:

After some energy drink, battered sausage and chips me and my daughter was ready for a another walk up the hill selfie.

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23 thoughts on “A Walk In The Peak District: Bakewell With My Family

  1. Sounds like a great day. Although I don't think I could do all that uphill walking either as very unfit! We used to go to Bakewell when I was a child, love the peak district. 🙂 #countrykids.x

  2. Nice to get out. Looks a lovely route to take. I always have an end of walk treat planned. Probably undoes all the good the walk does, but it never stops me. #CountryKids

  3. this is on our to do list! we said it last year we would go for a trek in Bakewell and never got there x

  4. I really love Bakewall but have only been a handful of times when I'm visiting nearby with work. Looks like it's a really beautiful walk.

  5. Country walks with the family – that's what summer's about! Looks like you all had an awesome time!www.foodfashfit.com

  6. No wonder you like to visit there – it's lovely, and perfect for a walk and exploring! Thanks for linking up and sharing your family fun with Country Kids.

  7. I always love your photos! Always vitagey and unique to your blog! This looks like a fun hike. I miss doing this all we did this week is stay at home and do chores =) #countrykids

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