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Achieving Your New Year’s Resolutions in the Peak District

Achieving Your New Year’s Resolutions in the Peak District

We’re almost two weeks into 2018, so we thought we’d help you on your way to accomplishing your New
Year’s resolutions. Whatever you hope to achieve this year, we’re confident that the Peak District can
help you get there. A view from upon Kinder Scout Kinder
Scout – nickhoward (Instagram)

Exercise More

Walking With infamous mountains, rolling hills and an abundance of country pubs, the Peak
District is the perfect place to get on your walking boots and explore the charming countryside. Even if
you’ve never been hiking before, there are plenty of routes which will allow you to start small
and work your way to the top of Kinder Scout at
your own pace. Here are a few of our favourite nearby routes: Routes: Birchen

Cycling Whether you’re a beginner on a bike or cycling enthusiast, there are hundreds
of stunning trails scattered across the Peak District countryside to suit all abilities. From beautiful
old railway lines to cross-country, mountain bike adventures, there really is something for anyone
looking to spend some of 2018 on two wheels: Trails: Tissington
High Peak
The sun shines through tree on a cold morning Tissington Trail
-salgreenwood (Instagram)
Climbing  The Peak District is an extremely popular
location for rock climbing, with people travelling from far and wide to enjoy the finest rock faces
around. Bring your own equipment and find your own way around the crags, or get in touch with one of the
many local experts who
can help you reach the top, whatever your skill level! Locations: The
Guides: Lost Earth
Beyond The
A stone wall on Stanage Edge Stanage Edge – minimonster123

Travel More

Tours If you want to learn more about the Peak District as you explore, why not do something a
little different on a tour with an expert local guide. You can walk, drive and even fly, all while
uncovering the story of the fascinating National Park. Tours: Vintage
Adventure Tours

Culture The scenery isn’t the only thing that makes the Peak District such an
attractive destination for travelling. There are castles, stately homes and historic houses scattered
throughout the countryside, from Tudor manor houses to classical mansions, medieval ruins to Elizabethan
halls. Stroll in the footsteps of people of the past, as well as many film and television stars who have
been on location here: Chatsworth House
Haddon Hall Bolsover
An outdoor view of Bolsover Castle Bolsover Castle –
freeze__and__cheese (Instagram)
Fine Dining If good food is a must in your travel
itinerary, you won’t be disappointed by the fine local produce that goes into creating amazing
food experiences in the Peak District. All kinds of delicious food and drink are grown, made and sold in
the local towns and villages, including cheese, beer, fish, meat and much more. In fact, the Original Bakewell Pudding Shop is less than a
10 minute drive from The Peacock, and our own menus include fresh, organic
ingredients grown right here in Derbyshire.

New Hobby

Fishing Relaxing, rewarding, refreshing – fishing could be the ideal hobby for you in 2018. The
Peak District has many rivers and lakes which are perfect for fishing, with four flowing straight
through the Haddon Estate, where The Peacock is located. Find your own spot to give it a try (don’t
forget to check fishing regulations for the area!) or master your technique with a guide or tutor.
Explore what fishing experiences we have available at The Peacock.

Photography You can’t go far in the Peak District without coming across a multitude of
amazing photo opportunities. Photographers, both amateur and professional, flock to the National Park to
capture trickling streams, mountain views and quaint country villages. Search Instagram for #peakdistrict, or go to the Visit Peak District Instagram page, to
explore a few, or check out our recent ‘Capturing the Peak District’ blog to see our
favourites from the Autumn. Gardening Want to get out in the garden more this year and need
some inspiration? Many of the aforementioned historic houses and stately homes have beautifully designed
gardens which you can wander around to your heart’s extent. Some of the most impressive are Haddon Hall, the Pavilion Gardens in Buxton and Chatsworth House, which hosts the RHS Chatsworth Flower
annually. Haddon Hall and its garden Haddon Hall -g_cooper
We hope we’ve helped you to find some inspiration for your New Year’s
resolutions and wish you a very Happy New Year, whatever you hope to accomplish.

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