With support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund (through the South West Peak Landscape Partnership), we have been able to create this beautiful video of the Boundary Walk and add useful information relating to the 5 stages of the walk that are in the South West area of the Peak District.

Click on each stage for maps, directions, transport, photographs, local businesses, local groups.

Stage 16: Waterfall to Tittesworth Reservoir

Stage 17: Tittesworth Reservoir to Wildboarclough

Stage 18: Wildboarclough to Bollington

Stage 19: Bollington to Whaley Bridge

Stage 20: Whaley Bridge to Buxton


Facebook Group: Peak District Boundary Walk

You are in very good company…

Many people who are enjoying the Peak District Boundary Walk have joined the Facebook group devoted entirely to the walk.

Please join the group to keep up to date with news, share your experiences and photographs. You will see lots of walkers’ excitement, photographs, muddy boots and smiles of achievement.

You can add your tips for anyone thinking of exploring this beautiful countryside for the first time – things to look out for e.g. spectacular views, wildlife, an excellent spot to have your sandwiches. We love to hear about your adventures!


Click on the link below to seen an amazing video (created using the app Relive) that shows the walking route and photographs at specific locations along the footpath. 

Video credit to: Martin Tidbury, Peak District Boundary Walk Facebook Group.


About South West Peak Landscape Partnership

The South West Peak Landscape Partnership is a group of organisations working to restore, protect, and improve the landscape of the South West Peak. With the Peak District National Park Authority as lead partner and with the support of the National Lottery Heritage Fund, this five-year partnership (with benefits reaching far beyond that time) works with local communities to build stronger connections with the landscape and each other. www.southwestpeak.co.uk

About the National Lottery Heritage Fund

Using money raised through the National Lottery, the National Lottery Heritage Fund sustains and transforms a wide range of heritage for present and future generations to take part in, learn from and enjoy. From museums, parks and historic places to archaeology, natural environment and cultural traditions, they invest in every part of our diverse heritage. NLHF has supported 37,000 projects, allocating over £6billion across the UK. www.heritagefund.org.uk