Fight Climate Change in the Peak District

Peak District National Park

The experience

Do your bit to help combat climate change by heading off the beaten track and getting hands-on in the Peak District moors. On an exclusive guided walk, learn about the benefits of moors, or ‘peatlands’, and enjoy stunning scenery whilst looking for unique moorland animals, including mountain hares and curlews. Find out why these moors were labelled “the most polluted landscape in Europe” and how restoration work is helping to reverse their fortunes. Then help the restoration work, by planting vital carbon-storing sphagnum moss. In the UK, peatlands store more carbon than any other habitat, so we must look after them!

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Moors for the Future Partnership

  • Help to fight climate change by planting vital moss on the majestic moors
  • Enjoy a guided-walk off the beaten track seeing unique flora and fauna
  • Learn about the history and ecology of the UK’s first National Park

The detail

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2-3 hours

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Group size

8 -16 people (Minimum of 8. Larger groups may be supported on request)

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Cost per person


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Fitness level


Parking Facilities

Yes, additional charges apply.

Refreshments and meals

Not accessible for wheelchair users or people with mobility issues.

Special equipment needed

Walking boots/ shoes and suitable clothing for the weather conditions. Waterproof layers are recommended. Bring refreshments.


August – March. Advance booking required, 28 days.

Accessibility considerations and facilities

Not accessible for wheelchair users or people with mobility issues.


Basic – Intermediate English required to fully appreciate the tour.

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.