The Peak District National Park is without a doubt one of the best places to visit in England, that is, if you love the outdoors.

Located in the North-West of the country and within close reach of thriving cities of Leeds and Manchester, The Peak District is even a strong contender for the best places to visit in the UK. The Peak District is one of England’s 10 National Parks and is an area with natural beauty and landscapes in abundance. There are so many fun things to do in the Peak District; you absolutely have to put it on your England bucket list.

If you’re the type of traveller that seeks mountains, countryside walks, climbing adventures and cycling trails, The Peak District is going to be right up your street. Climbing and caving are both very popular activities here. Whatever the weather, nothing takes away from the beauty and fun I’ve had in this UK National Park… You might just need to have a raincoat in your backpack and at the ready!

Check out my weekend in the Peak District here.

In this Peak District National Park travel guide I am going to share with you the best places to stay in the Peak District, the best things to do in the Peak District and my favourite adventures so far. From summiting Kinder Scout, going rock climbing, enjoying a bespoke meal by a private chef, to taking on many of the walking trails, my time in the Peak District has been nothing short of adventurous!

See my complete guide to travelling in England here.

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