And whether it’s a crisp autumn walk, a sunny spring stroll or a wintry walk through the Peak District you’re enjoying, they are all made better when you stop off at one of the many pubs for a quick drink.
So we’ve taken a look in our archives and dug out some pictures of pubs and pints from across the Peak District going back to 1998, but who can you recognise enjoying a drink or two?
1. Robin Hood
Landlord of the Robin Hood Inn near Baslow, Peter Fairey, welcomed Peak District walkers with muddy boots in 1999
2. The Anglers Rest
Chef Peter Mara,landlord Tony Whelan, wife Gloria and son Sean at the Anglers Rest pub, Bamford in 1999
Photo: Stuart Hastings
3. Farmers' brew
An enterprising farming family in Bradfield, near Sheffield, is making the most of ready access to Peak District water from a borehole on the farm to turn a pleasurable hobby into a successful diversification project. Richard Gill and John Gill, of Bradfield Brewery, and Chris Franklin, Farm Business Adviser with Business Link South Yorkshire in 2005
4. Kings Arms
Members of the Chapel and Chinley Safer Neighbourhood Team with Maria Lomas, licensee of the Kings Arms, Chapel-en-le-Frith in 2008
Photo: Photo contributed.