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The Peak District National Park is one of Britain's most accessible national parks, with 16.1 million people living within 40 miles or approximately an hour's drive of the national park boundary.
The Peak District National Park offers a wide range of things to see and do, with excellent options for accommodation, and a reputation for great local food and drink.
The Peak District National Park is particularly renowned for its opportunities for outdoor recreation with:
- 202 square miles of access land
- 1,867 miles of public rights of way
- dedicated off-road trails along former railway lines
- national and local long distance trails for walking, cycling and horse riding
- great locations for climbing.
Find out how to plan and make the most of your time here, and how you can minimise the impact of your visit to the national park.