A Walk In The Peak District: Winnats Pass

A Walk In The Peak District: Winnats Pass. A Walk Up Mam Tor From Castleton In The Peak District. Hello friends, so how are you today? Happy Tuesday.

Today I am re-sharing a fun day in the peak district. I am so longing for a nice walk here again as it was a great walk with plenty of different paths to take. A bit like life, really!!

A lovely walkout in the Peak District. We needed a nice day out and a day out walking was perfect. Plus it was a beautiful sunny day, result!!

A Walk In The Peak District: Winnats Pass
The Peak District

A Walk In The Peak District: Winnats Pass:

Don’t you just love a drive out to the country 💕 Pleased with how this photo turned out, whilst driving.

I am so scared of heights but absolutely loved walking up the hills at Mam Tor the Peak District.

A Walk In The Peak District: Winnats Pass

A few times I felt like I was going to have a panic attack and obviously didn’t film the steep drops at the side of me.

Also, the husband left me in places so he could be the first to the top of the hills. But all in all a great day. Thursdays walking up Mam Tor!!

You can see my Instagram Reel Here: Mam Tor Reel.

Winnats Pass

Love getting out in the country 💕

The road is long
With a many a winding turn
That leads us to who knows where
Who knows where…

Love this photo on the walk up Mam Tor 💕

Up Mam Tor From Castleton In The Peak District

Laugh and the world laughs with you, snore and you sleep alone.

What I Wore: Wonder woman t-shirt 2021 Top: Tu Clothing @ Sainsbury’s | Blue Patterned Running Leggings: Tu Clothing @ Sainsbury’s | Trainers: Reebok (Retro Style)

Up Mam Tor From Castleton In The Peak District

Is Mam Tor A Difficult Walk? Some bits are difficult but they do also have steps to the top which is so much easier.

Is Mam Tor Suitable For Dogs? Yes, we saw lots of dog walkers. Mollie’s cancer is now to big for her to walk to far but if it wasn’t we would have taken her.

So what did you think of our Mam Tor walk?

Mam Tor Peak District. Have you walked up Mam Tor before? I can not wait to go again soon.

Winnats Pass

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16 Comments

  1. 12th July 2021 / 1:09 am

    I would have been nervous on the steep stretches also!

    • 18th July 2021 / 5:29 pm

      Ha, I did shout a few times and tried not to look down.

  2. 14th July 2021 / 6:49 am

    Oh that area looks amazing. Those views are breathtaking!
    Really the place to be for rest and beautiful pictures!

    • 18th July 2021 / 5:34 pm

      Thank you. Love all the walks around here 🙂

  3. 16th July 2021 / 4:10 pm

    What a beautiful place to walk, Claire! I love your cute outfit with that wonderful Wonder Woman tee. And Mollie looks so sweet and happy in her walk as well! Thanks for linking with me.

    Shelbee

  4. 21st September 2021 / 12:19 pm

    That looks like such a beautiful place to explore! Love your WW t-shirt too!

  5. Claire
    21st September 2021 / 10:15 pm

    I haven’t walked Mam Tor since I was about 12. We went one Sunday and I had my school shoes on. I remember practically sliding the whole way back down. It was wet and slippy and I was ill dressed for the weather. Hey ho.

    • 24th September 2021 / 2:35 pm

      I know what you mean, we went on a lovely day last year but by the time we got to the top it was freezing and raining. I try to carry a jacket with me know, although I didn’t this day 🙂

    • 25th September 2021 / 12:32 pm

      I like your tee. What a lovely place to go for a walk x #pocolo

    • 24th September 2021 / 2:41 pm

      Thanks Lisa, ha yes they did. To my surprise. I thought they would be comfy for walking in and had them years so needed to wear them 🙂

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