Peak District National Park
The Peak District is an upland area in England, most of which lies in northern Derbyshire but also includes parts of Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Staffordshire and Yorkshire. The Park offers breath-taking views and fantastic opportunities for activities such as cycling, walking and wildlife watching. Although the name Peak District might suggest mountainous terrain this is not actually the case in reality. The Park spans an area of around 550 square miles and its terrain consists of rolling hills, farmland and moorland.
The Park boasts a number of fantastic local pubs as well as a number of products which originate in the area. These include the famous Bakewell tart from the town of Bakewell which is famous throughout the British Isles. One of the most famous pubs within the park is the Three Stags Heads which is located in Wardlow Mires.