Peak District National Park Photography by Adam Sherratt
The Peak District was the first of the UK's National Parks, designated in 1951. Selected for it's beautiful and diverse landscapes, the peak District contains a mixture of uplands, small peaks, and moorlands. The Peak District is mostly within Derbyshire, but covers Cheshire, Greater Manchester , Staffordshire, West Yorkshire and South Yorkshire.
As well as diverse landscapes the Peak District National Park is also home to a diverse and abundant wildlife community. Popular species include mountain hares, owls, Red and Fallow Deer, Owls, and other birds of prey.