into Pudding Pie Lane. 26: Go through the gate and follow the path, turning right down the slope when you reach the wider track. Surrounding the Peak District village of Birchover is a haunting landscape of gritstone bluffs, standing stones, burial mounds and Bronze-Age stone circles, hidden in inky woodland or exposed on windswept upland. 13: Follow this wider track up the slope and around to the left until you see a footpath sign. The same may in truth be said of almost every circular mound in the north. Deep in the White Peak east of Buxton is a captivating area of countryside; a union of natural bounty and majestic engineering that together create a truly astounding landscape. That Mary Horton was the first "Mary" on Puddin Hill, and it was her recipe for pecan fruit cake that has been … relies on the generosity of supporters like you. Horton spread his arms wide and proudly shouted, "Well then, welcome to Puddin Hill!" Look for the track on the spur here. In spring and summer the sweet song of a skylark fills the air. Along the way you will discover the Church of the Holy Cross, beautiful Peak District meadows and stepping stones across a the River Dove. New Zealand pipits/pīhoihoi and occasionally kea are seen above the bushline. This exhilarating 10km walk includes seven short, steep climbs to each summit. Go past these and through a gate, following the wider track. Some of the paths can get muddy, so walking boots are recommended. 14: After some distance you see the picturesque packhorse bridge in the valley to the right. Department of Conservation | Te Papa Atawhai, Follow the fairly indistinct path, which eventually leads down towards the far left corner. Image: Caution: This route involves repeated crossings of Pudding Hill Stream. An artificial mound known as Pudding Pie Hill is on the east bank of Cod Beck, just off Blakey Lane. This route winds along Pudding Hill Stream through Mount Hutt Forest. An 8.5km hike from one of the Peak District’s most beautiful villages to the top of Hollins Cross and Mam Tor. On the horizon, look out for Mam Tor at Castleton, and Kinder Scout, which at 636m (2,088ft) - is the highest point in Derbyshire and the Peak District. Please note that some track data might be out of date. It was inspiration enough. 18: The path leads down to the old Macclesfield turnpike. The NZ Walks Information website was originally created by Daniel Pietzsch during the Mix and Mash competition 2010. However, from the 16th to the early 19th Century the site was a sprawling limestone quarry. Information on all New Zealand walks, tramping tracks and routes. 16: Take the left fork when you eventually reach a footpath sign. Buxton Civic Association. Recorded in mid-October to capture the colours of Autumn, this is the second walk in the series starting from the Georgian spa town of Buxton.