Navigation Content Activities in the Peak District
Facebook

Search results

You are viewing results 1 to 20 of 46Pages: 1, 2, 3   Previous | Next
  Peak District Village Guides The little hamlet of Bretton near Eyam was at one time a thriving community with 22 children attending the school at Great...
The Peak District National Park is extensive and diverse and can be divided into sections known as The Dark Peak, The White Peak, The Staffordshire Moorlands and the Derbyshire Dales. The cities of...
The Peak District National Park is extensive and diverse and can be divided into sections known as The Dark Peak, The White Peak, The Staffordshire Moorlands and the Derbyshire Dales. The cities of...
  Peak District Village Guides Brassington Brassington is an ancient village of traditional limestone dwellings which huddle together on a steep...
Situated at over 1,500 feet above sea level, Flash claims to be the highest village in England. Here weather-worn cottages by the side of the A53 Leek to Buxton road appear to have an idyllic...
The village of Froggatt sits on the eastern bank of the River Derwent and is overshadowed by Froggatt Edge, a towering escarpment formed by glacial action in the last Ice Age some ten...
Peak District Village Guides   The village of Grindon is located in the Staffordshire Moorlands area of the Peak District National Park, sitting close to Ossoms Hill at a height...
Peak district cycling It is of course the hills which make the Peak District. That means cycling here can be arduous if that's what you are looking for, though with the right choice of route, it...
The one recurring theme to our recent walks is that we always returned with muddy boots. We have experienced all the types of weather that winter and early spring can bring us, but fortunately ...
ABNEY Abney is a secluded cluster of cottages nestling in a hollow, sheltered and protected from the surrounding high moors by an arboreal shield of trees. Located high above the Hope Valley,...
Eyam, which also goes by the infamous title of The Plague Village, is credited with being the most visited village in the Peak District . Back in 1665 when bubonic plague wreaked havoc here, the...