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The Peak District is one of the most popular National Parks in Britain with millions of visitors each year. It’s easy to see why some many choose to visit as there are so many things to see and do in the park that you will have more than enough to keep you occupied on a short or long Peak District holiday.

Most of the activities on offer are outdoors to take advantage of the stunning countryside that surrounds you. One of the most popular activities in the national park is walking and hiking. There are so many different foot paths taking in a variety of different terrain and countryside that will make you come back again and again to try out all the different trails. The area is also hugely popular for climbing. The peak District contains some of the very best climbs to be found in Britain and attracts both novice and experienced climbers from far and wide. If you are a novice climber and fancy giving it ago keep your eyes peeled for schools and instructors who can give you a climbing experience in a safe environment. Cycling is another popular outdoor sport with some great cycling trails taking in a variety of different terrain providing a great experience for all cycling fans.

If you fancy something a bit more sedate then you are in luck as there are plenty of relaxing pursuits in the Peak District. Feel the excitement as you take in a day at the races or see the sight of the park from the air in a breath taking helicopter ride over the Peak District. If a helicopter is not your thing why not take a relaxing balloon ride instead and glide over the hills. For those you want there feet firmly on the ground why not head out and try to spot some of the many birds and wildlife that make the Peak District there home. There are many, many other great activities to be had throughout the national park and with some fine hotels and Peak District cottages providing great accommodation it could make for a very memorable holiday.

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