After a number of enjoyable trips and a overnight stay to Ashbourne and Dove Dale, we came up with some great images of the stunning scenery.
Interesting facts from Peak District National Park website:
Did you know?
- The Peak District’s best-known dale and its ‘Princess of Rivers’ was first made famous for its fishing by writers Izaak Walton and Charles Cotton in 1653.
- Dovedale’s picturesque scenery was popularised by the Romantic Movement and its fame established by railway tourism and guided donkey trips from the Stepping Stones.
- In the 1930’s, a campaign was launched to make Dovedale Britain’s first National Park.
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