Across the places we care for in Derbyshire you'll find stunning views and settings sure to inspire new pursuits, from walking and cycling to photography and painting. Our places are a haven for winter wildlife too. What will you spot on your visit?
During the winter months, Ilam Park and Dovedale make for quiet riverside and woodland walks with far reaching views. And to round off, homemade cakes in the tea-room.
Enjoy wonderful views across the Hope Valley by bike with this easy mountain biking trail, starting and finishing at Longshaw.
Kedleston's parkland offers walks that show off the grandeur intended by its designer as well tranquil strolls by the lake and across the wider parkland.
There's plenty of wildlife to spot at Calke this winter.
At Hardwick there's shorter walks - great for those with little legs - as well as those that take in the wider estate.
Blow away the cobwebs with a range of walks: from guided photography walks to walks that take you to two places cared for by the National Trust along with self-guided trails.
Find out what amazing places and amazing people await with all sorts of volunteering opportunities across Derbyshire.
We care for about 15,000 hectares (37,000 acres) of land within the Peak District National Park and six built places across Derbyshire for you to explore.
Volunteering is a great way to build skills, share your passion, meet new people and help us look after special places
National Trust places make great backdrops for photography. Getting the best pictures can sometimes be tricky, so here's some advice for getting the best shots.