Peak District National Park

The Peak District is our oldest National Park

It is located at the Southern end of the Pennines between Sheffield and Manchester and comprises of two distinct areas of limestone and gritstone: the White Peak - with craggy dales, river valleys and plateau, and the Dark Peak – the wildest and highest parts of the Park with panoramic and dramatic moorland peppered with weathered tors. Between lie the broad valleys of the rivers Derwent and Wye.

Visit the Peak District National Park Authority website here and the Friends of the Peak district website here.Upper Dove Valley (c) PDNPA

Image: Upper Dove Valley (c) PDNPA