Climbing through History

Peak District National Park

The experience

The history of the Peak District National Park is etched in the unique gritstone crags that line the valley edges. This world-famous rock, besides being an integral part of the area’s industrial heritage, has formed the favoured vertical playground for generations of climbers and scramblers. Follow in their footsteps by climbing, scrambling and abseiling under the expert guidance of a local instructor. Suitable for all abilities to discover a different view of the Peak District.

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Peak Mountaineering Ltd.

  • Try climbing, abseiling and scrambling for the first time or develop existing skills with local experts
  • Enjoy spectacular views of the Peak District National Park
  • Learn about the history and geology, flora and fauna of this unique area

The detail

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8 hours (shorter options available on request)

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Group size

4-32 people

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Cost per person

£85 per person

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Fitness level


Parking Facilities

Large free of charge car park for cars and buses. Free pick-up available from local stations.

Refreshments and meals

None included but can be arranged by prior agreement at additional cost.

Special equipment needed

Suitable clothing (warm layers, waterproof jacket and trousers) and suitable footwear (sturdy shoes or walking boots). All specialist equipment will be provided.


1 March – 31 October. Advance booking required.

Accessibility considerations and facilities

Not accessible for wheelchair users but people with mobility issues can be catered for as the location is close to a car park. Please ask for more details.


Intermediate English required to fully appreciate the experience. Can be provided in German and French by prior arrangement.

Group information

  • Tour operator rate
  • Ad hoc group rate
  • Tour series rate
Peak District

Peak District National Park

Britain’s original National Park, the Peak District is a land of countyside revolution, stately homes, plateaus and valleys, right in the heart of England.