Area: 1437 sq km
Britain's very first National Park, the Peak District, still remains a popular choice for walkers, climbers and cyclists alike. Bordering Derby, Huddersfield, Manchester, Sheffield and Stoke-on-Trent, the park has a huge catchment area of potential visitors. This needn't mean the area is particularly crowded; however, with its huge 1,437 sq km expanse ensuring that anyone tackling even the most popular attractions – such as Kinder Scout – should still find it to be suitably uninterrupted.
Visitors and local residents participate in many outdoor activities including long distance trails, hill walking, mountain biking, horse riding and rock climbing. Some of the area's large reservoirs also allow visitors to partake in water sports such as canoeing, sailing and fishing.
The Peak District National Park weather page provides a 5 day weather forecast for many places within the Park and the surrounding area, featuring 3 hourly updates on weather conditions for rainfall, temperature, wind speed and wind direction.
Weather Warnings and alerts for the Peak District National Park are also displayed during periods of severe weather from the 5 day weather forecast available for each location by clicking on a marker on the map. We warn the public and emergency responders of severe or hazardous weather which has the potential to cause danger to life or widespread disruption through our National Severe Weather Warning Service. Weather warnings are displayed for rain, snow, wind, fog and ice. For more information please view our weather warnings guide page.
Weather hazards over 300m
Sorry, forecast is available in English only.
|Blizzards||Heavy snow||Storm force winds|
|Gales||Severe chill effect||Persistent hill fog|
|Thunderstorms||Heavy persistent rain||Strong sunlight|