This map shows the Peak District National Park, centred on Bakewell and covering the area from Glossop in the north to Ashbourne in the south taking in the popular villages of Matlock Bath and Castleton as well as Matlock, Wirksworth, Bradwell in Derbyshire and Leek in the Staffordshire Moorlands.
Peak District bunkhouses, hostels and camping barns are ideal if you are planning a walk on the start of the Pennine way in Edale, mountain biking on Kinder Scout and Grindlow. Peak District hostels are also ideal for climbing at Stannage Edge, Froggert Edge and The Roaches. If you are looking for self catering accommodation this is the map for you. We have hostels within easy striking distance of the popular Monsal Trail, Manifold Valley Track, High Peak Trail and Tissington Trial great for walking, cycling and horseriding, as well as accommodation close to Carsington Water and Derwent Reservoir. Hostels and bunkhouses are ideal for holidays enjoying the outdoors. They often have boot rooms and drying rooms for wet boot and coats and wash down areas for mountain bikes. Self catering is great for a warm cup of tea at the end of a walk and makes a good value holiday. The stately homes of Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall are in the heart of the Peak District whilst other sites such as Hardwick Hall, Keddleston Hall, Sudbury Hall and Lyme Park, Cheshire are just outside the boundaries. Nature lover’s delight in the stunning scenery and unique biodiversity of Dove Dale, Lathkill Dale and Cressbrook Dale National Nature Reserves. Whilst walkers love the challenge of Thorpe Cloud, Mam Tor and Chrome Hill. The Pennine Way long distance footpath starts in Edale whilst the Pennine Bridleway starts at Middleton Top. Other long walks include the Limestone Way and Sabrina Way Bridleway. The Derwent Valley Heritage Way takes walker through the Derwent Valley World Heritage site heart of the beginning of the industrial revolution.