Visit Peak District

Visit Peak District

We are proud to be partners with the official voice for tourism in the Peak District and Derbyshire – Visit Peak District.  From rugged moorland to rolling hills and dales, and lush meadows to leafy forests; the Peak District has some of the country’s finest scenery just waiting to be explored.  Add in a little fresh air, maybe a dash of adrenaline and perhaps a lunch of local produce in a cosy pub and you've got a sure-fire recipe for a memorable break!

What better way to experience the area's stunning and diverse landscapes than by getting involved in one of the many outdoor activities on offer.  The Peak District & Derbyshire is prime walking country and the more relaxed pace allows a greater appreciation of the region's superb scenery – and with such an enormous range of terrain, walks and trails for visitors of all abilities, the only problem you'll have will be deciding exactly which one to take – and which Hi-Tec boots to wear!

Hi-Tec are proud to be supporting the 2011 Peak District & Derbyshire Walking & Outdoors Festivals because walking through some of the England's most outstanding scenery is one of the biggest joys of a visit to the Peak District and Derbyshire. With five separate festivals to choose and with a wide variety of themes, there's something to suit all ages and abilities.

Have a blast and enjoy the great outdoors at more than 100 events and walks on a wide range of themes during the Peak District Walking & Outdoors Festival, from April 23 to May 8 2011.

Enjoy the Border Country on foot, discovering the pretty village of Ashover, exploring the beautiful bluebell woods in the Moss Valley, walking along the Chesterfield Canal and cruising back into Staveley, during the Peak District's Historic Border Country Walking Festival, from 14 to 22 May 2011.

The National Forest Walking Festival has a great range of walks for all ages and abilities, from a 25 mile ramble to a one mile Family Fun walk.  Join our guides to explore the varied landscape of The National Forest across parts of Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Staffordshire, from 21 May to 1 June 2011.

Walkers will once again be stepping out in the popular Autumn Footprints, Amber Valley and Erewash Walking Festival, taking place from the 10th to the 25th of September 2011.

The compact friendly city of Derby has a fascinating history, vibrant culture and rich heritage, providing the perfect setting for the Derby Walking Festival, from September 17 to October 15 2011.

Hi-Tec are also pleased to be sponsoring both the 2011 Peak District and Derbyshire Visitor Map and the 2011 Camping & Caravanning Guide – downloads coming soon!

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