This bracing walk leads you alongside the Ladybower Reservoir, through farmland, and emerges high on the moors with fantastic views of the Derwent Valley and opportunities to spot local wildlife.
Find time to reconnect with nature and discover all those uplifting signs of spring.
As spring colours begin to flourish over the countryside, there are plenty of opportunities to satisfy the senses and fulfil those wildlife wonderings in your garden or on a local wander.
The beauty of bluebells never fails to delight us. Use your one form of daily exercise to explore your local outdoor spaces this spring and see if you can discover pockets of bluebells near you.
Exploring Kinder, Edale and the Dark Peak with your four-legged friend is a great way to enjoy the beautiful landscape, and you can help protect wildlife and livestock by keeping your dog on a lead.
Look after the places you love by exploring the Peak District National Park responsibly - be fire aware.
Providing far reaching views, wide open skies and little light pollution, the area is a perfect spot for star gazing.
This is a superb, ultra-challenging cycle circuit exploring the high country around the Edale Valley.
Set amid a spectacular landscape of moorland, this 18-mile cycle ride circumnavigates the Howden, Derwent and Ladybower reservoirs.
Discover New Year adventures across the dramatic Dark Peak landscape to banish the winter blues.
Discover more about the festive events to be found in the cosy village of Castleton this Christmas.
Winter is a great time of year to get out on the hills. Here's some useful walking advice if you're thinking of exploring the Dark Peak.
Explore Kinder, Edale and the Dark Peak as autumnal colour flows across the landscape and awakes the senses to new sights, sounds and smells.
This easy circular walk provides excellent views of the Vale of Edale and the surrounding hills.
Discover more about how our Estate Team have helped to repair the popular Pennine Way.
Summer is a great time of year to get out on the hills. Here's some useful walking advice if you're thinking of exploring the Dark Peak.
Follow the footsteps of the trespassers over Kinder Scout from 1932 on this circular route from Hayfield to Kinder and back.
The work on Kinder Scout is bringing benefits to both people and wildlife.