The Peak District

Gerry Legister By Gerry Legister, 24th Aug 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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The countryside is a cluster of stones and enchanting mythical places of outdoor interests, to make history come alive from Saxon times; which has left its emblematic mark on the framing of narrow winding roads.

Breathtaking composition

Perched on the edge of a cliff in the peak district, with its rusty hedges and sky scraping loges, this is a breathtaking view form high up in the top of the cliffs legendary gorge. The intense scale of this landscape is phenomenon, the misty vapors are accentuated by a fresh waterfall, which in the rainy season can be heard far away thundering down into deeper depths.

Peak district is to the north of Wakefield with a panoramic view over incredible lush green pastures, of Yorkshires Nature Reserve bush land, and the quest is to see as much as you can from a ramblers point over the sparkling meadows in the distance. The peak district is a national park that holds a special place in the heart of our heritage. It is a place where you can enjoy long walks in the warm afternoons, and in the morning, hold your breath in for a view of the lovely scenery.

Peak District is where natural beauty meets the rugged rocks pointing to the sky like needles piercing through the cavern of vessels; the deceptive paths are covered in limestone, the magnificent moorlands embrace picturesque towns and villages, making the historical appeal a tourist attraction not to miss. The peak district is located in the northern part of England, covering parts of Derbyshire, Yorkshire and Cheshire.

Peak District provides numerous attractions to be seen in stately homes, countryside cluster of stones and enchanting mythical places of outdoor interests, to make history come alive from Saxon times; which has left its emblematic mark on the framing of narrow winding roads, leading into fringes of mill towns and mining industry, surrounded by quaint poignant churches.

A fireplace can be the best place to be in winter to warm the chilly evenings, while in summer the smell of fresh nature comes through the staircases of our senses to appreciate the great pleasure that is given to us, what a marvelous picture of natural beauty breathtaking composition. the striking finger reaching lines stretch high into the mountains.

In this part of the Peak district, Restaurant and shops dominates the base for exploring, dining, and having an open air forum outside the pub, some hotel lodges and old homely cabins have open-plan kitchens. With walkway that links separate lounge areas.
And the mezzanine can lead out onto a deck with stunning walkways; the other one into different dimensions of the magnificent verandas.

The boundary of Buxton sprawl into rolling hills of picturesque Dales, to make charming villages become a part of the heritage, this attracts hordes of tourists and climbers trying to climb the Pennies hills, the district lends itself to a long line of national interests.

Individual caves like purpose built pubs built in hillside, provide the cool retreat in which to enjoy a lunch. Nature also has its other pursuits with bird-lovers, looking for the rare sights soaring on thermals and interacting with each other, all together it’s a place of quiet retreat.


Countryside, District, Historic Places, Medieval City, Mountains, Natural Beauty

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author avatar Stella Mitchell
25th Aug 2013 (#)

very interesting
Bless you

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