Tuesday, August 27, 2013


You’ve probably read here, or in one of my books, that the Derbyshire Peak District has millions of visitors a year, and is thought to be the second most visited National Park in the world.

This is never more apparent than on sunny Bank Holiday weekends. The tourists do tend to gather in hotspots, though, so it’s easy to find places where they aren’t.

Yesterday I cycled up the Monsal Trail very early before the visitors arrived. It was sunny and quiet and blissful.

On the way to the Trail -


A view from the Trail -


And another -


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