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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.

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 routes as well as projects which are going on within the park.  There are a number of ways to access the park using both private and public transport. Those …

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