Walks For Health resume on Thursday (6 February) with the weekly 10am ‘progression’ walk from outside Glossop train station on Norfolk Street.
There’s an easy walk next Tuesday that leaves the car park at Tesco, Bridgemont, Whaley Bridge, at 1.30pm.
For those who like their walks more than a bit tougher, there’s one described as ‘strenuous’ from Valley Road, Hayfield, (reference SKO39868), at 1pm next Wednesday.
All the walks are free, just turn up in good time at the start point.
Here’s a guide to help you decide which to go for.
- Easy - lasting up to 90 minutes and could include some stiles and hill walking.
- Progression - taking up to two hours and includes hill walking. It’s advisable to take a drink.
- Strenuous - more challenging, up to three hours and usually featuring stiles, hills and rough terrain, but at a pace to suit.
Walkers should take a drink and a snack for a stop along the way.