Michael Cummins 17 September 2013
12 months behind my camera - in the Peak District National Park..
Cath Lee at Peak Walking Adventure's 15 July 2013
Anyone who has been to the Buxton area as probably seen Solomon’s Temple up on the hillside high above the town, but did you know what a delightful stroll it is to walk up there?
Cath Lee of Peak Walking Adventures 24 April 2013
This is, as its name suggests a walk around all the hills that can be seen on the skyline from the Vale of Edale. There are a number of different places that you can start the walk from, but last Saturday we started in the village of Hope
Cath Lee of Peak Walking Adventures 09 April 2013
The guided walk that I led yesterday was our ‘Four Gritstone Edges’ walk that includes White Edge, Baslow Edge, Curbar Edge and part of Froggatt Edge. The latter three take their names from the villages immediately below them. These and other gritstone edges run for miles down the east side of the Peak District.
Cath Lee 08 April 2013
I am delighted to have been asked to contribute to ‘Lets Stay’s’ Peak District blog and to write about some of the wonderful walks that can be enjoyed in this most beautiful part of England.
Michael Cummins 02 February 2013
Hundreds of high quality Peak District photographs to download, share, order online or simply enjoy!
Steve Glossop 06 December 2012
The Peak District - Working to Live
Wendy Boast 08 November 2012
Travelling with children over the Christmas period? If you’ve booked a self catering holiday this Christmas here are a few tips for getting to your destination if travelling by car.
Mike Cummins 05 November 2012
Autumn breaks in the Peak District - save £££s, less traffic, roaring fires in the pubs, moorland walks and beautiful autumnal woodland colours!
AntPDC 27 August 2012
I continue to explore more of the prehistoric places of Derbyshire - in this case the late Neolithic-Bronze Age henge known as Arbor Low.
AntPDC 24 August 2012
I recently returned home from the United States after living there for over a quarter of my life. One of my long-term projects is to explore some of the prehistory of the Peak District, which contains New Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age and Romano-British ancient monuments in quite dizzying abundance.
Mike Cummins 06 August 2012
The Peak District is a beautiful place to spend a week or two - Let's Stay Peak District's wonderful collection of HD videos will show you the best of the UK's first National Park
Mike Cummins 27 July 2012
OK - we all know that the UK and the Peak District have enjoyed a few drops of rain during 2012 - but summer's now well and truly arrived and there's plenty of availability...