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6 Romantic Ideas For Valentine’s Day

It’s always nice just to do something special on Valentine’s Day, so here are a few sure-fire ways to knock someone off their feet with the Peak District’s beauty (and most likely a glass of prosecco). 337 more words

Selection of photographs from the Peak district

It was a beautiful day in the Peak district yesterday, but even though the sun was shining brightly the light levels were low for photography.  I am still waiting to capture the best picture I can of Surprise view, but this isn’t a bad go. 190 more words

Photography

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Selection of photographs from the Peak district

It was a beautiful day in the Peak district yesterday, but even though the sun was shining brightly the light levels were low for photography.  I am still waiting to capture the best picture I can of Surprise view, but this isn’t a bad go. 190 more words

Photography

Upper Derwent Valley

I have just finished the section for the Upper Derwent Valley in the guidebook I am writing. It is a section I have laboured over with much love as it is where I spend a great deal of my time as a Ranger for the Peak District National Park and as a solo explorer. 317 more words

Walking

Peak District, UK

“A man of ordinary talent will always be ordinary, whether he travels or not; but a man of superior talent will go to pieces if he remains forever in the same place.” – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

March 2009

Travel

Winter Wander February 2016

The forecast for this year’s Winter Wander was looking pretty bad all week and on the day, the weather definitely lived up to expectations.

Following coffee and cakes at Cauldwell’s Mill, we set off along Lathkill Dale from Alport in light drizzle (and heavy mud) which, by the time we reached Over Haddon, had turned into heavy rain. 202 more words

Wanders

Ladybower Circular - Peak District

Whenever thoughts of riding my bike in the Ladybower area ran through my mind, they always fell into one of two categories:

a) an easy, pleasant, often busy, and not particularly exciting cycle around the Derwent and Upper Howden reservoirs (incidentally, great for the first ride back after a winter spent cosying up in front of the wood burner) 847 more words

Bike