Created to celebrate Country Walking magazine's 25th birthday back in 2012, the White to Dark Way is designed to showcase some of the National Park's best natural and man made features including the transition from white peak limestone to dark peak granite. In doing so the trail heads through some attractive towns and villages including Bakewell, Monsal Head, Litton, Foolow, Eyam, Hathersage and Hope. During the walk, limestone dales, some wooded, give way to stark gritstone moorlands with a scattering of Peak District favourites along the way including the Monsal Trail, Cressbrook Dale, Eyam Moor, Stanage Edge and Ladybower Reservoir. The final stretch from Ladybower to Hope even includes the toughest climb of all, a steep up and over Win Hill. Still, you should be warmed up to the task by then.