Holidays to the Peak District National Park
Situated in north central England the Peak District forms the southern end of the Pennines. It was the first National Park in the UK and is an upland area, mostly over 1,000 feet (300m) above sea level. Nowhere in Britain offers such a variety of landscapes in such a small area from wild, bleak, unpopulated moorland with dark gritstone escarpments in the north to gently rolling pastureland split by deep dales and studded with pretty stone villages in the limestone south.
This area has been occupied by humans for millennia and has been a tourist destination for centuries.
Where to stay
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Things to do
Bakewell Visitor Centre
Old Market Hall, Bridge Street, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1DS
Bakewell Visitor Centre | 01629 816558
Castleton Visitor Centre
Buxton Road, Castleton, Hope Valley, S33 8WN
Castleton TIC | 01629 816572
The Moorland Centre, Edale Visitor Centre
Fieldhead, Edale, Hope Valley, S33 7ZA
Balmaha TIC | 01433 670207
Upper Derwent Visitor Centre
Fairholmes, Bamford, Hope Valley, S33 0AQ
Balmaha TIC | 01433 650953
Peak District National Park Authority
Aldern House, Baslow Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1AE
www.peakdistrict.gov.uk | 01629 816 200
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