Peak District trekking information


53° 19' 36.1956" N, 1° 43' 15.8772" W

Peak District is an upland area situated in central and northern England, covering parts of Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Staffordshire, South and West Yorkshire. Most of the area of Peak District is uplands above 1,000 feet and the high point of Peak District is Kinder Scout of 2,087 feet. 12% of the area of Peak District National Park is owned by the National Trust which is a charity firm whose aim is to conserve historic and natural landscapes.

Peak District is full of opportunities for outdoor activity such as hill walking and hiking, mountain biking and horse riders. There is also a possibility to go for rock climbing at Stanage and The Roaches which are well known sites for the finest rock climbing sites in the world. Other outdoor activities of Peak District are hang gliding, paragliding, sailing, fishing, canoeing, birdwatching, caving, fell running, greenlining and orienteering.
A short break, or longer holiday, will allow you to explore some of England’s most spectacular scenery and in the towns, villages and hamlets you'll find a genuine, warm welcome wherever you go.

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