Peak District, England

The Roaches, Leek, Staffordshire
Three Shire Heads Bridge, Gradbach, Staffordshire
River Dane, Wildboarclough, Cheshire
Shutlingsloe as seen from near Danebridge, Staffordshire
Shutlingsloe, Macclesfield Forest, Cheshire
Yarnshaw Hill & Whetstone Ridge, Wildboarclough, Cheshire
Shining Tor as seen from Macclesfield Forest, Cheshire
Forest Chapel, Macclesfield Forest, Cheshire
Hardingland & Shutlingslow, Langley, Cheshire, England
Shutlingslow & Ridgegate Reservoir, Langley, Cheshire
Lamaload Reservoir, Rainow, Cheshire
Rainow, Cheshire
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Errwood Reservoir, Whaley Bridge, Derbyshire
Windgather Rocks, Kettleshulme, Cheshire
Looking East from Spond
Rhodeswood Reservoir, Hadfield, Derbyshire
Longdendale Trail, Hadfield, Derbyshire
Footpath to Doctor
Shelf Brook, Glossop, Derbyshire
William Clough, Hayfield, Derbyshire
Kinder Reservoir, Hayfield, Derbyshire
Kinder Reservoir Dam, Hayfield, Derbyshire
Kinder Reservoir & Kinder Head, Hayfield, Derbyshire
Kinder Scout Mass Trespass Plaque, Bowden Bridge Quarry, Hayfield, Derbyshire
Grindsbrook Clough, Edale, Derbyshire
Mam Tor as seen from Grindslow Knoll, Edale, Derbyshire
Lose Hill, Hope, Derbyshire
Win Hill, Bamford, Derbyshire
Ladybower Reservoir, Bamford, Derbyshire
Monsal Viaduct, Derbyshire
Holy Trinity Church, Ashford-in-the-Water, Derbyshire
Sheepwash Bridge, Ashford-in-the-Water, Derbyshire
Bridge over the River Wye, Bakewell, Derbyshire
All Saints Church, Bakewell, Derbyshire
Biggin Dale, Hartington, Derbyshire
Wolfscote Dale, Hartington, Derbyshire
River Dove, Dovedale, Thorpe, Derbyshire, England
River Manifold from Weag

The Peak District covers areas of Staffordshire, Cheshire, Derbyshire and Yorkshire and became Britain's first national park in 1951. Also, the fact that it is well frequented is only partly due to its proximity to places such as Manchester, Sheffield and Derby. It also contains some stunning scenery, some of which you are about to see, and is a haven for hill walkers. The photos that you find here come from every county in the list apart from Yorkshire, though there is the Pennine Way album for that too. 2013 saw me attend to addressing what felt like and undeserved neglect of the area and the album contains only digital photos now that I want to display larger photos than before. Just click on a thumbnail above to see how the larger ones look now. Naturally, this remains a work in progress so there may more improvements here yet.