Our rangers look after the Peak District National Park and are our eyes and ears on the ground. They help and advise visitors and make your visit safe and enjoyable.
There are seven ranger hubs spread across the National Park...
|Hub location||Area||Outreach areas|
|Central: Aldern House||Bakewell||Buxton, Stockport|
|Northern: Longdendale||Longdendale, Dovestones||Greater Manchester, Oldham, Tameside, Huddersfield|
|Western: Macclesfield Forest||Macclesfield Forest, Goyt, Hayfield||Macclesfield, North Staffs, Stockport, Buxton|
|Eastern: Brunts Barn, Moorland Discovery Centre||Sheffield Moors, Langsett||Sheffield, Rotherham, Chesterfield, Barnsley, Huddersfield|
|Hope Valley, Fairholmes||Upper Derwent, Castleton, Edale||Sheffield, Glossop|
|Parsley Hay||Parsley Hay, South West Peak, Millers Dale||Ashbourne, Derby, Stoke, Birmingham, East and West Midlands|
Walking is one of easiest and most enjoyable ways to keep fit and healthy – and you can discover some amazing places and make great memories in the Peak District National Park. From the wind in your hair amongst our uplands, to a first taste of the outdoors on foot with the family, there’s a ranger walk to suite everyone. Join us to get closer to nature spotting enigmatic mountain hares or delicate wildflowers, step into history with experts or learn how to stay safe with our navigation courses.
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