Walking in the Peak District National Park
About Walking in the Peak District National Park
The Peak District was the first National Park in England, created in 1951. It’s a popular destination as it is surrounded by urban areas all around. Manchester to the west, Huddersfield to the north and Sheffield to the East. It covers an area of 1440km² and parts cover the counties of Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Cheshire, Greater Manchester, South and West Yorkshire
The Peak District National Park is generally split into three principal areas that have their own characteristics– the Dark Peak to the north, the White Peak to the south and the South West Peak Area. You can select these areas below to find all the walks in those places.
We’ve put an article together with all the Best Walks in the Peak District to make it even easier to choose a Peak District walk.