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High Peak is one of the boroughs of Derbyshire. While it may be the most sparsely populated, it is certainly the most beautiful as it covers the majority of the Peak District National Park. This stunning landscape is a rural paradise for ramblers, hikers, and rock climbers of all abilities. The Pennine Way is the perfect starting point for the many moors and mountains that are just begging to be explored. Don’t miss a visit to the historic Peveril Castle that overlooks the village of Castleton and its stunning valley.
Not just a wilderness, High Peak is also home to many picturesque towns and villages. Buxton is a beautiful old spa town with a vibrant arts and cultural scene. While Glossop is known as the gateway to the Peak District so is the perfect place if you want access to all the usual amenities, such as shops and restaurants.
The southern portion of High Peak is well connected to the county capital of Derby, while the northern part of the borough is better connected to the bustling metropolis of Manchester. Many of these locations are even suitable for commuting. If you’re moving in the area, make sure you choose one of reallymoving’s highly qualified, partner removal companies so that they can navigate the steep country roads of High Peak on your behalf.
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