Guided Walks and Tours

Guided Walks & Tours

Walks around town of  Belper in the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site take place through out the summer.  Please contact Strutts North Mill for dates and booking.  01773 880474

Autumn Footprints Walking Festival:

The Autumn Footprints programme takes place in September each year.  Let the experienced and knowledgeable guides lead the way, join in this festival and enjoy the beautiful scenery around Amber Valley and Erewash. There will be walks for everyone, if you are interested contact with your name and postal address and a copy of the programme will be posted out to you when this becomes available.

Derbyshire Blue Badge Guides

During your visit to Amber Valley why not enjoy a guided tour in the company of a registered guide and discover some of the surrounding Towns & Villages on a walk organised by the local Blue Badge Guides.

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