£10 per person | 10am
Each tour is led by a Chatsworth guide, offering the perfect way to learn more about the park and villages surrounding Chatsworth. Learn about how this landscape has evolved and some of the stories behind the sites as you take in some of the best views Chatsworth has to offer.
The short walks are approximately two hours long and are available on the following days:
- 6 March and 11 July: Dobb Edge and Barbrook
- 10 April and 8 August: Edensor
- 1 May and 26 September: Lakes loop
- 26 June and 10 October: Capability Brown's landscape
Dobb edge and Barbrook
Available 6 March and 11 July
Explore the North park and the legacy of 19th century Head Gardener Joseph Paxton at Barbrook, Dobb edge and Stand wood – includes stiles and steep slopes
Available 10 April and 8 August
Explore the estate village of Edensor and learn a bit more about it's history as well.
Available 1 May and 26 September
Explore the woodland above the house and the lakes which provide water for the garden and many water features.
Capability Brown's Landscape
Available 26 June and 10 October
Explore Edensor, Calton Lees, New Piece Wood, and the transformation of the Park by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown in the 18th century.
Planning your day
- All park walks start at the game larder at 10am.
- Your walk is led by an experienced Chatsworth Guide.
- We welcome well-behaved dogs on leads.
What should I expect?
- Terrain is varied with steep climbs, mostly on footpaths, sometimes tarmac roads, across fields and over stiles.
- Walks will go ahead in all weather conditions.
What should I pack for the day?
- Wear sturdy walking shoes or boots.
- Bring waterproof clothing.
- Bring plenty of water.
Looking for somewhere to stay?
We have a collection of hotels, inns, cottages and restaurants on and around the Chatsworth Estate that will make your visit that little bit more comfortable and special. Visit our chatsworthstays.co.uk website to find out more and to book online.