You know what I love at Peak District? The things I can do there!
If you look at those nice places while doing different activities, I bet you will be wanting for more. Based from my experience, whenever I want to enjoy my time at Peak District, I just do these activities and my experience there is already enjoyable as well as memorable.
The Peak District National Park, perhaps best known as walking country offers a spectacular variety of scenery and routes to be explored. There is something for everyone, may it be for individuals, families and groups or whether you want a challenging hike or a short stroll. And there are four ways in which you can experience the walks: High Moorland, Limestone Dales, Moorland and Valley, Short Walks, Cycle/Walking Trails and The Pennine Way.
There are many campsites in the Peak District. I have tried most of them but what stands out the most for me is the Longnor Wood Holiday Park. The site is very well manicured, in a beautiful location. The staff were extremely helpful, from our arrival until the minute we left. They offered good advice on where to eat, what to visit and the best walks with our dog. The shower facilities were very good, hot showers, spacious washrooms. The site is a good size, not too big, and not too small. There are quite a few things to do on site, such as boules, mini golf, and a variety of boos, DvDs etc to borrow if that’s your thing.
I love cycling at the Peak District because aside from being able to enjoy the beautiful scenery, I get to be physically fit. And because cycling is a form of exercise, it benefits me with good health benefits. At Peak District, there are a lot of events relating to cycle and because I am a bicycling enthusiasts, I mostly join whenever there is one to be held. There are many places in which you can cycle. The Black Harry Trails is the place where I always cycle because of you know, Harry. You get it.
I simply love riding horses and the spectacular scenery as you ride along the lanes is breathtaking. The Northfield Farm Riding and Trekking Centre is one of the best riding venues for Horse Riding. This is where I always do my horse riding at Peak District. I can guarantee you, the best way to see all of Peak District is through Horse riding. If you and your friends are looking for a way to horse ride, The Northfield Farm Riding and Trekking Centre is the best place. The guides are very friendly and chat as you enjoy the leisurely hack. My family are from the area and I know it very well but to travel on horseback on a lovely sunny afternoon is the ultimate experience.
And these activities are what I truly love doing. What more, I get to do these things at Peak District which is so cool!