Autumn in the Peak District

Whether you want to explore the great outdoors or visit a historic building there's plenty to do in the Peak District this autumn

A family out volunteering at Longshaw, helping nature by collecting seeds and taking the lead with their dog

Autumn walks in the Dark Peak 

Crunching through leaves, wide open spaces to play and wanders through autumnal woodlands can all be found when exploring the High Peak.

Wrap up warm and head outdoors to make memories with friends and family this autumn

Autumn at Ilam Park 

When exploring Ilam Park, Dovedale and the White Peak, take time to notice nature as the autumnal colour flows across the landscape and awakes the senses to new sights, sounds and smells.

Two visitors walk along the lake side in the garden at Lyme on a sunny autumnal day

Welcome in autumn at Lyme  

As autumn rolls in, the leaves start to fall, temperatures cool, the days get shorter and we edge ever closer to the end of the year. Visit Lyme to see late bloomers in the garden, colourful canopies across the woodland and hear the roar of the deer as the rut begins.

Crunching through leaves, wooly scarves and hats and wanders through autumnal woodlands

Autumn colours at Longshaw 

Will you be lucky enough to spot red deer on the moors? Or maybe you'll discover rare fungi in the woods. Discover Longshaw as autumnal colour flows across the landscape and awakes the senses to new sights, sounds and smells.

Walker in yellow coat looks up at blue skies above moorland grass

Get walking at Marsden Moor 

Take a look at some of the walks you can enjoy on Marsden Moor. From short, flat strolls, to longer more challenging hikes, there are downloadable routes to suit everyone.