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Formed in 2005 Transpeak Walks are a 'not for profit' voluntary group which organises "free to the public" guided walks in The Peak District National Park. They specialise in linear 'station to station' walks, concentrating on The Hope Valley (Manchester - Sheffield), Buxton and Glossop Railway lines.

Transpeak Walks runs and co-ordinates a varied programme of guided walks based, primarily, on the use of public transport to access the Peak District National Park and surrounding areas.

The station to station walks programme has been up and running since 1996. Over the years, literally thousands of people have participated in the walks. Transpeak Walks believe that there is a very real need, not only to maintain, but to actively encourage greater participation, in this unique programme of guided walks ,which is based specifically around the use of public transport.


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