If you are walking one mile or 190 miles, we think a pub (a Marston’s one at that!) is the perfect destination or at least the perfect pit stop.

We have teamed up with the Friends of the Peak by opening the doors of 19 pubs along the Peak District Boundary Walk for thirsty and hungry walkers to get their passports “stamped”.

We want our teammates across the National Park and surrounding areas to join in the walk – don’t worry you can do it a section at a time and take however long you want! We won’t tell anyone if you only do five miles rather than the full 192 mile route – promise. 😉

From the Kings Head in Buxton to the Fickle Mermaid in Chapel-en-le-Frith to the Shepherd’s Arms in Whaley Bridge, the doors will be open and your achievement celebrated – beer, wine, food and a well-earned rest – we will have it all at the ready.

So how can you get involved we hear you ask? The walk will be officially opened on Saturday 17 June in Buxton, by Emma Bridgewater, President of the Campaign to Protect Rural England at 12noon.

The first to get their passport stamped at our pubs will be groups of walkers who will officially open every section of the route during the first day. But you can take part when your diary has a free day, so sign up and get the walking boots out – along with the raincoat, sun cream, sunhat and anything else you may need with our crazy weather.

Why not sign up as a pub team and complete a section each or walk the full 192 miles together as a team challenge?

Sign up here


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