Peak District National Park is located in England, in the Pennine Alps. This stunning location boasts steep limestone valleys to the south and has dramatic gritstone ridges and stark moorland to the north. Therefore, it is an ideal spot for rock climbing, with a wide variety of options. At just over 600 meters, Kinder Scout is the highest peak in the park and a popular landmark. Additionally, this region is also famous for its amazing caves and caverns. Choose one of the certified guides at Explore-Share.com and plan an unforgettable rock climbing adventure in the Peak District.
Temperate maritime climate with warm summers and cool winters. Average summer highs are approximately 19°C, average winter lows are 4°C.
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The closest international airport is in Manchester. Trains, buses or driving are all options to get to the Peak District.
Spring, summer and autumn are the best seasons to go climbing in the Peak District.
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