Peak District Train Travel Information

Peak District Train Travel

Peak District Train Travel


London to the Peak District

Escape London to breathe in the Peak District country air this Summer. On Monday ‘s from 6 June until 3 October (excluding 29 August) an all inclusive service will be running from London to the Peak District.

First Class return tickets are just £45 and include:

  • return rail travel
  • bus transfer
  • 2 for 1 entry to Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall or 2 for 1 meals at Le Mistral restaurant in Bakewell.

Sheffield to the Peak District

Take the train to the heart of the Peak District. Travel with East Midlands Trains to Sheffield  train station, where you can change for Northern Rail services to Hope and Edale stations, both of which are nestled in the midst of some of the country’s most breathtaking scenery.

Peak District One Day Ticket

Make the most of all that the Peak District has to offer with our Derbyshire Wayfarer ticket. This one-day ranger ticket is valid on all bus and train services in Derbyshire and the Peak District, offering a great-value way to explore the region.

Save your Peak District Destinations

Plan your journey around the Peak District by saving your favourite stations in seconds, and register with ‘My Journeys’ to download personalised timetables and quickly access train times. And to search for cheap train tickets to and from the Peak District

Peak District Hourly Services

Hourly train services between Matlock and Nottingham, Via Belper and Derby.

Train Station in the Peak District

  • The Hope Valley Line between Manchester and Sheffield (Northern Railway) gives direct access to  spectacular Peak District scenery, with stations at Grindleford, Hathersage, Bamford, Hope and Edale.
  • To the south is the Derwent Valley Line from Derby to Matlock (East Midlands Railway), from where regular bus services will take you to picturesque villages and dales in the White Peak, including the market town of Bakewell.
  • To the west is the Manchester to Glossop line (Northern Railway). Glossop has the Dark Peak moorlands grandeur of Bleaklow and Kinder Scout nearby; from Padfield station one can set off on the Longdendale Trail.
  • Also to the west is the Manchester to Buxton line (Northern Railway). From Buxton regular bus services will take you to villages and dales in the White Peak, or to explore the varied scenery of the Staffordshire Moorlands.
  • To the north is the Manchester to Huddersfield line (TransPennine Express), stopping on the way at Greenfield and Marsden for access to Dove Stones and the Wessenden Moors.

To learn more, take a look at these short Community Rail Partnership videos about the Derwent Valley, Hope Valley, Glossop and Buxton rail lines. For details of station to station guided walks explore the Transpeak Walks website.