Peak & Northern Footpaths Society (est.1894)

Members Routes

The society's website is being expanded to feature interesting walks submitted by its members. This initiative was sparked when Gordon Richards submitted a walk to our Signpost editor for inclusion in the 2020/21 Winter edition of the magazine. I felt that a webpage showing the actual route would enhance Gordon's article and he very kindly supplied me with a photograph of a section of the OS Dark Peak with the route drawn on. I digitised the route and then developed some code that allows the route to be displayed.

This part of the website is very much a work in progress and additional features will be added over time. If you would like to include a walk please email the details to me at If you can attach a GPX file of the route and some photographs then so much the better!

Nineteen Signpost Walk

Gordon Richards of Nottingham Rock and Heather Club has designed a walk which starts in Hayfield, Derbyshire and takes in 19 PNFS Signposts, Plaques and Bridges. You can read Gordon's description of the walk HERE

Click here to view the route

Twenty Signpost Walk

David Gosling, the society's Footpath Inspection Co-ordinator has produced a 20 Signpost route.

Click here to view the route and here to see the location of the Signposts

A Different Type of Walk

Ken Brockway's home patch is Ripley. Read the description of a walk around the neighbouring parish of South Wingfield and see some of the sightes en-route HERE

His walk can be viewed HERE

Disley to Dove Holes a walk of 12 miles

Another walk from Ken. Read the description of his walk from Disley to Dove Holes HERE.

His walk can be viewed HERE

Gordon Richards' 25 PNFS Signposts Walks

Read about Gordon's walk HERE.

His walk can be viewed HERE

The views expressed in the walk descriptions and any accompaning links do not necessarily reflect those of the society

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