Explore a diverse range of nature reserves, woodlands, wetlands, parkland and wildlife.
Britain’s first National Park, with countless views to enjoy, hills to hike, stately homes and lovely villages.
Chatsworth home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, is renowned for its rich history and array of art and its garden.
Stanton Moor is an area of moorland and gritstone rocks and home to the Nine Ladies Stone Circle
Hall Leys Park is a picturesque park with a variety of activities including play area, splash pool, skatepark, electric boats and mini railway.
Cromford Canal is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and is a haven for water vole
Belper River Gardens, adjacent to Strutt's North Mill offer a tranquil setting to view the River Derwent.
Belper Rowing Boats can be hired during the summer at Belper River Gardens.
Attenborough Nature Reserve is an outstanding complex of flooded former gravel pits and islands providing exceptional wildlife habitat.
Derwent Gardens comprise thermal springs creating pools, with grotos and alcoves creating unique riverside gardens
Black Rocks is a popular walking and climbing area off the High Peak Trail, with superb views over Cromford and Matlock Bath.
Cromford Canal Narrow Boat Cruises operate the historic narrow boat Birdswood.
High Peak Junction is home some of the earliest railway buildings in the world.
High Peak Trail is a 17.5 mile walking and cycling trail near Cromford
Lea Wood is a semi-natural ancient woodland between Cromford and Whatstandwell.
Middleton Top Countryside Centre on the High Peak Trail offers delightful views.
National Stone Centre is a 40 acre Site of Special Scientific Interest.