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PEAK CONNECTIONS

Travel around the Peak District and National Park in a more sustainable way...

One of the most effective ways we can use public transport is during holidays and breaks, when there's more time on our side.

What could be better than letting someone else take over the driving and hassle of parking, while you sit back, relax and enjoy the stunning scenery?

Peak Connections aims to make using public transport as easy as possible so you can leave the car behind. For more information email peak.connections@peakdistrict.gov.uk 

Bus Route 214 & 215

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A direct bus service to Chatsworth from Sheffield and Matlock, an easy way to visit the spectacular house & gardens in the beautiful Peak District.

 
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Chatsworth

You can't help but discover something new on a day out at Chatsworth... improved bus services take you direct to the house entrance.

 
Bus route to Tideswell

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Tideswell-an interesting village to explore with it's quaint alleyways and narrow lanes. Visit the Pot Market and "Cathedral of the Peak"

 
 
Bus Routes X17, 110, 111 & 112

Spend a fun day at Carsington water , browse Ashbourne's thriving market town or embark on the Tissington Cycle Trail .

 
Bus Route 58

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Take the 58 route between Macclesfield, Buxton, Bakewell & Chatsworth you will travel through some of England's finest countryside.

 
Bus Route 6.1

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On this route you can visit the fortified medieval manor house that is Haddon Hall , Peak Rail or Cromford Mil .

 
 
Bus Routes 63 & 64

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Ashover lies 7 miles south of Chesterfield . Explore the village or take a walk to Fabrick Rock and admire the Derbyshire countryside

 
Bus Route 66

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Visit Buxton's Pavilion Gardens , the Crescent, and the Opera House or Eyam - often referred to as the plague village.

 
Bus Routes 70 & 77

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On Route 70, explore Renishaw Hall & Gardens and on Route 77, visit Creswell Crags, the world famous archaeological site.

 
 
Bus Route 170

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Explore Bakewell's thriving market on a Monday, stroll along the river Wye and Upstream is accessed by a walk through Scott’s garden.

 
Bus Route 173

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A taste of the Peak District in a day. Bakewell, Monsal Head, Tideswell and Castleton where you can visit Peveril Castle or one of the caverns

 
Bus Route 222

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This bus is ideal for walkers-instead of doing a circular walk from your car, use the bus to ride out then walk back without retracing your steps.

 
 
Bus Routes 82 & 83

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Visit the 17th century mansion that is Bolsover Castle. Audio tours are available and the castle is open daily during the summer season.

 
Bus Routes 110 & 111

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Route 110/111 takes you on a magical, scenic tour from Matlock to Ashbourne taking in Wirksworth, Hopton, Carsington, Parwich & Carsington Water.

 
Bus Routes 140 & 141

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From Matlock explore part of the Derwent Valley, Matlock Bath through to the village of Crich , home to the National Tramway Museum.

 
 
 

Trains...

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