We called in to the local Co-op to pick up some bread and cheese, and returned via High Tor, 390 feet high, with spectacular views over the Derwent Valley to the tower on the Heights of Abraham, and in the other direction to Riber castle. Many notices warning of sheer drop, and the need to keep children under control. Too right. So much so, that I'm surprised there is no pile of skeletons at the bottom.
Then a shorter walk from the Visitor Centre at Carsington Water , after sharing a huge cream scone - and another coffee each.
We wandered to Stones Island and back, including the modern standing stones, and Hognaston Bronze Age Barrow.