When out and about in the Peak District National Park or the Derbyshire countryside, it seems that there’s a beauty spot and photo opportunity around every corner- but listed below are some of the best-loved spots of the area…
These are some of the best places to take photos in the Peak District, so get that camera ready and snap some amazing landscape photography so you can look back and remember your Peak District trip forever.
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Alport Heights is a hill near Wirksworth in Derbyshire. It is a popular picnic site, since it has extensive views to the South, and is the first hill over 1,000 ft within easy reach of Derby, it is in the care of the National Trust.
Axe Edge Moor is the major moorland, west of Buxton in the Peak District The moor is the source of the River Dove, River Manifold, River Dane, River Wye and River Goyt.
Lay by on A53 road. Axe Edge Grid Ref: SK 034 697.
Black Rocks is a weathered outcrop of Ashover grit which can be reached by a short, but steep climb, from the car park.
Dovedale is a renowned beauty spot -although it is actually around 2-3 miles long! The River Dove flows through Milldale, Wolscote Dale and Beresford Dale. Famous for its stepping stones, Lionshead rock, caves and literary connections.
Friden is a hamlet in the civil parish of Hartington Nether Quarter, Derbyshire, England. It is located 11 miles south-east of Buxton just off the Newhaven to Cromford Via Gellia road and lies within the Peak District National Park.
Derbyshire Bridge Ranger Centre in the Goyt Valley. The bridge is so called because it was in the past on the county boundary between Derbyshire and Cheshire.
This has to be one of the most famous walks in the Peak District, not only is it the highest point in the Peak District, it also has rich history as being the location of the 1932 Mass Trespass which paved the way for the right to walk on Access...
One of the most popular & most photgraphed beauty spots in the Peak District, with absolutely fabulous dales scenery, with the combination of the winding river Wye in the steep sided dale with the wooded slopes of Fin Cop & the viaduct.
Parkhouse Hill and Chrome Hill are a pair of distinct and unique hills, located on the north side of the River Dove, close to the Staffordshire border.
Once a railway station in the middle of nowhere, now at the junction of the Tissington and High peak Trails. Between Buxton and Ashbourne, high on the Limestone Plateau of the White Peak, Parsley Hay is a popular starting place.
Situated north of Hathersage, Stanage Edge is a popular place for walkers and for rock climbing with stunning views of the Dark Peak moorlands and the Hope Valley. The gritstone edge stretches for approximately 4 miles.
Impressive gritstone edges and craggy rocks loved by walkers and climbers. It groups together two main gritstone outcrops - Ramshaw Rocks famous for the Winking Man rock formation and 'Hen Cloud' offering stunning panoramic views.
The Lumsdale Valley is a small wooded gorge of outstanding natural beauty tucked away high above Matlock. With its crumbling stone ruins, waterwheels, ponds and waterfalls, nature has melded with the industrial remains of the past.