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Welcome to the Itinerary Planner. Use this tool to build your own journey or choose from an exciting range of specially selected tours.

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  1. Alpacas Trekking Brackenfield
    Get up close and personal to lovely alpacas. The experience includes an induction where you’ll find out how to handle an alpaca as well as the different types of alpacas followed by a walk around our farm finishing up with a chance to sit with the alpacas and have a look at the latest babies that arrived earlier in the summer
  2. Fischers Baslow forgaing
    From flowers that taste like pineapple to leaves that taste of aniseed, enjoy a culinary journey with a professional forager, before returning to the famous Fischer’s at Baslow Hall restaurant on the Chatsworth Estate for a delicious 3-course lunch in stunning surroundings. The lunch will be hosted by you, with a menu inspired by your day, enjoying truly local, seasonal and fresh wild ingredients.
  3. Lemurs at peak Wildlife Park
    For an unforgettable encounter with your favourite animal - one-to-one with a professional zoo-keeper, this is the closest you can get to endangered animals in natural surroundings, alongside keepers who know them best.
  4. Losehill House Hotel
    Treat yourself to a 4-star break with panoramic views over Win Hill and the Hope Valley.
  5. Hoe Grange Holidays e-bikes
    Hidden in the Peak District hills, Hoe Grange Holidays offers accessible, eco-friendly self-catering log cabins and glamping pods with E-bikes for hire.
  6. Pure Outdoor climbing
    Get to grips with the Peak District’s famous gritstone edges on a climbing taster day with Pure Outdoor
  7. Journey underground to discover Blue John Stone, a rare, semi-precious mineral found at only one location in the world – in the caves of Castleton. Work with the Treak Cliff Cavern family and staff to get hands-on with this unique stone. Discover its history before producing three items to take away; an item of silver jewellery, a window hanger/decoration, and a polished slice or chunk (which can be found by searching in the mines).
  8. Keep your eyes peeled and cameras at the ready for a unique photography and nature experience including a walk through one of the wildest parts of the Peak District National Park. The Peak District is the only place outside of Scotland and on this A unique photography and nature experience you can learn how to photograph them in their natural habitat.
  9. Take on the dizzying heights of Mount Cook's high ropes course! Reach up to 40ft on the climb up our High Ropes tower, and compete against your friends and family to see who can conquer the course Gladiator Challenge, who dares take the Leap of Faith, and tackle Jacobs Ladder with team work!
  10. Enjoy a quiet break "away from it all" in a cosy cottage, converted from characterful farm buildings.
  11. Mulino glamping pods
    Mulinopods three secluded glamping pods are nestled on a farm with fantastic views over the valley towards Carsington Water.
  12. Kenwood Hall Hotel
    A luxury hotel and spa, Kenwood Hall sits in an idyllic country setting within 12 acres of beautiful parkland, providing a perfect backdrop for short breaks in the Peak District.
  13. Live For The Hills offers private tours of the Peak District National Park it's the best way to explore the iconic locations and unique scenery of the national park at your own pace.
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  14. Buxton Crescent Hotel spa pool
    Buxton has attracted visitors for its 'healing waters' for thousands of years and Buxton Crescent was the centrepiece of the Fifth Duke of Devonshire’s plans to establish a fashionable Georgian spa town. Today, you can enjoy state-of-the-art spa treatments in this stunning and newly refurbished hotel. Take a dip in the original thermal pool fed by mineral water from an ancient spring and soak up the hotel’s fascinating heritage – just a stone's throw from great activities in the National Park.
  15. Combine a relaxing stay with a spot of fishing. The Peacock is the hub for the Haddon Estate fisheries, the Derbyshire Wye is famous for being the only river in the United Kingdom with wild rainbow trout as well as wild brown trout.
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  16. Celebrating the area’s rich history of innovation, the Museum of Making at the Derby Silk Mill within the Derwent Valley Mills UNESCO World Heritage Site will be a contemporary space telling Derby’s 300-year history of making to inspire new creativity on what is widely regarded as the site of the world’s first factory.
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