Importance Of National Park

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National Parks:
Peak District –
Peak District is located in the central England and it is “the first of Britain’s 15 national parks’ which was found in 1951. This national park covers 555 square miles of land in the central England, which spreads over 5 counties, which are: Derbyshire, Cheshire, Staffordshire, Yorkshire and Greater Manchester.
There are 10 million visits made per year as it is one of the most popular National Parks in England. Also, this national park offers 1,600 miles of public footpaths and track and which 64 of them miles are accessible for people with special needs. There are plenty places to explore in the Peak District such as: incredible views, market towns and villages, historical houses/halls and some of the annual traditional events, for example one of the upcoming events is Well Dressing which is a unique event in Derbyshire – which took place on the 28th April 2017 until the end of August.
There are 4 main visitors centres available which are spread across the Peak District and they are: Castleton, Bakewell, Edale and Upper Derwent. In there visitors can find information about public transport, accommodation and more information about the national park. There are many visitor attractions and opportunities available in the Peak District which meet range of visitors motivation. For example, one of the traditional opportunities in the Peak District is The Monsal Trail
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