A Taste of the
Peak District, Derbyshire B&B, self catering holiday cottage accommodation, hotels, tourist attractions, walking, climbing, mountain biking history, towns, villages, geology, mining, local information, Derbyshire businesses and much more …
Peak District National
Park of Derbyshire, activities and attractions in the north east of the region.
- Walking - The southern end of the Pennine way at Edale, moorland walking
on Derwent Edge, Holme Moss, Bleaklow. Limestone walking through Monsal
Dale, Chee dale, Padley Gorge woodland and ridge walking from Lose Hill to
- Climbing - Major gritstone edges e.g. Stanage, Curbar, Millstone, Burbage
Valley crags plus best of the gritstone bouldering. Major Limestone areas
of the Peak District - Chee Dale (Wye Valley) and Stoney Middleton. Bolted
limestone at Horseshoe Quarry.
- Cycling - Round the Derwent, Howden and Ladybower reservoirs plus backroads
and bridleways, including challenging offroad mtb moorland routes.
- Country Park - Longshaw Estate
- History - Eyam (Plague village), Iron age hill forts at Mam Tor and Carl
Wark, Bronze age stone circles, quarrying of millstones.
- Scenery - Wild moorland, limestone dales, attractive and interesting
towns and villages.