Getting around the Peak District

April 28, 2019
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Peak District Accessibility

The Peak District National Park authority sets out to ensure that all people can visit and enjoy the park, including those who are disabled.  The park […]
April 28, 2019
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How to get to the Moorland Centre

The Moorland Centre in Edale provides a wide range of information about the Peak District National Park.  The information ranges from informing visitors about popular walking […]
April 28, 2019
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Peak District Local Access

The Peak District is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the whole of the UK due to its outstanding natural beauty.  However, unlike many […]
April 28, 2019
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Peak District Green Lanes

The Peak District National Park Authority does its best to ensure that as many people as possible can enjoy the Park. In order to do this […]
April 28, 2019
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Peak District Public Transport, Visiting and Getting Around

The Peak District boasts extensive public transport links which mean that visitors do not have to bring cars to enjoy the area.  There are a number […]
April 28, 2019
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Motor Vehicles in the Peak District

The Peak District national park is a popular location for individuals pursuing motorsports.  Motorsports may range from off-roading in 4×4’s to driving motorbikes across open fields.  […]

The Peak District is well served by public transport and can be accessed by both buses and trains.  Buses link the Peak District’s most popular towns including Buxton to the rest of the country, with a coach service being available from London to Buxton.  Trains connect the Peak District to the national rail network with regular services being available from both Manchester Piccadilly and Sheffield.

The Peak District has also recently witnessed vast improvements in its cycling and walking infrastructure with a number of traffic free cycle ways and hiking trails having been completed in the last couple years.  The Peak District Park authority aims to further increase the number of visitors using both public transport and cycle trails, with investment set to continue far into the future.