Ditch the disposable habit in the UK’s first National Park!
Fresh on visitor centre shelves this summer, discover the new Peak District National Park branded bottles: classic Klean Kanteen bottles, 592ml (£29.99), in brushed steel or plum, and trendy Chillys, 500ml (£26.99), choose from silver, burnt orange and neon green.
Choose quality and durability over cheap and short-lived – these groovy bottles speak to the long term benefits for the environments we love. We’re talking sustainability, baby! It’s about keeping the hills, dales, woodlands and moorlands special without making mountains of waste. It’s about making healthy choices for people and the planet, reducing single-use waste, and choosing function over fashion – although with these bottles, you’re as likely to be trend-setting as bog-trotting!
Keep cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot for hours in these practical, stylish insulated bottles – great to use all year round. What you put in your reusable bottle is entirely up to you!
- Reusable time after time
- Lasts a lifetime
- Reduces the need to use plastic bottles
- Helps reduce litter
Try the #PlasticFreePeakDistrict challenge! How far can you go without using plastic in the Peak District National Park?
You’ll find the bottles, plus maps, books, clothing, locally-made products and souvenirs, on sale in Peak District National Park centres. Your purchases help us look after the Peak District National Park for everyone to enjoy.
- Bakewell visitor centre
- Castleton visitor centre
- Edale visitor centre
- Derwent cycle hire centre
- Parsley Hay cycle hire centre
Free water refills
Ask for a free water refill in the café’s at Castleton visitor centre and Millers Dale station and more – check out the app refill.org.uk.
Litter: it’s a fact
60 tonnes of rubbish each year are picked up from places including the Monsal Trail and Stanage.
£37,000 per year is the cost to remove litter from Peak District National Park car parks, trails, visitor centres and properties.
- One in four items of plastic-based litter in the Peak District are single-use plastic bottles.
- One in five items are crisp or sweet wrappers, or plastic bags.
- Over 80% of people said they had seen plastic litter at some point during their visit.
Sheffield Hallam University graduate study, 2018.
Help keep the National Park tidy and safe for wildlife by taking your rubbish home.