Join a local expert on a foraging walk in Macclesfield Forest, in the quieter south west of the Peak District National Park. where you will learn about and gather wild botanicals to flavour your own bespoke gin.
The history of the Peak District is etched in the gritstone crags that line the valley. This world-famous rock has formed the favoured vertical playground for generations of climbers. Follow in their footsteps under the guidance of a local expert.
Enjoy a 15km expert-led ride along the Tissington trail on unique British steel bikes, followed by an exclusive tour of Tissington Hall with the owner Sir Richard Fitzherbert. Sample a traditional English Afternoon Tea in the Hall.
Experience the wild side of the Peak District during a walking tour to the mountain-top crash sites of famous 1940s military aircraft. Enjoy a two-course lunch at the Yorkshire Bridge Inn and delight in the stunning views of Derwent Dam.
Discover the fascinating history of the Plague Village of Eyam. Enjoy a home-made Afro-Caribbean lunch in a farmhouse kitchen. Find out about the area from an expert guide. Enjoy stunning views and visit quintessentially English villages.
Meet the team behind the scenes of the impressive Haddon Hall, a 900-year-old fortified manor house. Spend time with some of the specialists who will relate tales of famous visitors and describe the filming that has taken place at Haddon Hall.
An underground adventure to discover Blue John Stone, a rare, semi-precious mineral found at only one location in the world – in these caves in Castleton, Derbyshire. Create 3 Blue John items under expert guidance to take away with you.
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.
Join a National Park Ranger on a guided cycle-tour by electric bike. Enjoy traffic-free cycle trails and minor roads on the National Cycle Network. Cycle on former railways, passing through the beautiful limestone landscape of the White Peak region.