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 of the iconic Thorpe Cloude and the Dove dale Stepping Stones
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.