Coronavirus (COVID-19): Public events on Authority properties
Please be aware that due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic we will be reviewing event applications on a case by case basis taking into consideration:
- Impact on special qualities
- Capacity of the location to accommodate Covid safety measures for the general public and participants
- Current Government restrictions
- Impact on local communities and the general public using the locations
For events after Monday 6 September 2021 the Authority is removing the maximum limit for participants on Authority land. The removal of any limit will be reviewed and may be amended following any changes to the Government Covid-19 guidance.
All applications will continue to be carefully assessed for the safety of the general public and participants, and are not guaranteed to be approved. Our position on organised events will continue to be reviewed regularly in line with government guidance on Covid-19.
Events listed below have agreed to follow our code of conduct and guidance but have not been checked or approved by the Peak District National Park Authority. If you consider that any of these events are not following this guidance please call our customer services team on 01629 816200 or email email@example.com.
Your National Park is a protected landscape providing spectacular views, iconic wildlife, fascinating archaeology and beautiful moorland villages. From walking, fell running and climbing to air sports, cycling or simply enjoying peace and quiet reflection surrounded by nature, the area offers many opportunities for outdoor recreation that are beneficial to health and well-being.
Interest in such activities has grown enormously in recent years and an increasing number of commercial organisations and charities now organise large scale events within the National Park.
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As previous years this is a 'there & back' running event on Tissington Trail from Ashbourne Leisure Centre Car Park to just past Alsop Station Carpark before returning. Distances 5k/10k/10m/half marathon & is inclusive for walkers & children.
Running event by SBR EVENTS
Grindleford Gallop 2022
The Gallop has been held for over 20 years and is a 21 mile circular walk/run starting and finishing at Grindleford Pavilion. Proceeds from entry money for the event go mainly to Grindleford Primary School PTA but also the local pre-school and Edale MRT
Running event by Grindleford Primary School PTA
Peak District 70th Birthday Bash
Trail Run and hiking event
Other event by Peak Running
Kinder Downfall Fell Race
A 10 ml fell race starting and finishing in Hayfield taking in the western edge of Kinder and the Kinder Downfall. All run on existing rights of way.
Running event by Pennine Fell Runners
Macmillan Mighty Hike
A full and half marathon distance raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support
Walk event by Threshold Sports
Peak district 100 / 50 / marathon
Long distance running event. 3 distances. Maximum 200 runners. We also organise the Peak Skyline which had taken place since 2014 (not in 2020). Our events always donate to the PDNP, and Staffs Wildlife Trust (via Jeff Sim)
Running event by Beyond Marathon Cockbain Events
Marie Curie Pick your Path Peak District Trek 2022
This is a repeat of the 2021 Trek. A sponsored circular walk where participants can sign up to one of three guided walks all starting and finishing from the Monyash Village Hall. The walks are guided by experts from Eight Point Two Adventures.
Walk event by Marie Curie