Winter in the Peak District: A Pictorial Guide

 

This time of year is loved by some, loathed by others…

But all of the teeth-chattering and hand warming that Winter brings can suddenly be forgotten when you’re reminded how beautiful Winter is, and none more so than the Peak District!

 

It’s not hard to imagine that this time of year gets our photographers rather giddy with excitement- here are a few of their stunning Winter shots:

 

Iced Rocks at Stanage

Iced Rocks at Stanage by Andy Hemingway 

 

Alderman's Hill - Sunrise

Alderman’s Hill by SLP Photography

 

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Mam Tor Misty Fields by James Grant 

 

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Peak District snow scene shot by Matt Oliver 

 

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Sunset at Carhead Rocks by Stephen Elliot 

 

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Mystical shot by Wakes World 

 

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Snow clad shot of the Peaks by Tesni Ward 

 

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Winter shot by Tom Hodgson

 

Two Hearts

 

Above & below: Some very Wintery shots by Villager Jim

 

Snow Box

 

We hope you have enjoyed our pictorial guide to Winter in the Peak District & Derbyshire, and that we have inspired you to come and experience this wonderful time of year in this part of the world.

 

 

If you have taken any seasonal snaps, we would love to see them- so follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

 

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3 thoughts on “Winter in the Peak District: A Pictorial Guide

  1. I was born in this area but moved to Lincolnshire 20 years ago, I do miss the Peaks. You have brought back some wonderful memories, thankyou. Your books are also wonderful going from place to place. Great thankyou.

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