On April 17th 1951 The Peak District became Britain’s first National Park. Today it is the second most visited national Park in the world.
The Peak District National Park is divided geologically into two areas, the dark Peak in the North and The White Peak in the South. The Dark peak mainly consists of Heather moors and peat bog covering dark grit-stone.
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Bunkhouses in The Peak District
Several edges, Stanedge Edge being one of the most famous, protrude from the moors making the area hugely popular with climbers. The dark Peak is also home to the start of Britain’s first National Trail – The Pennine way.
The White Peak gets its name from the Limestone bedrock it lies on. The White Peak tends to be Greener than the Dark Peak with woodland, waterfalls and rolling hills making this picturesque area hugely popular with walkers.
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Each green house symbol represents a bunkhouse, hostel or camping barn in The Peak District
Simply use the zoom controls on the top left corner of the map and click on the green house symbols (Opens in a new window).
Alternatively, use the list of bunkhouses in The Peak District below the map (Opens in this window).
Note - Some locations have several accommodation providers in close proximity to one another (especially in Towns and Cities).
Zoom in as far as you can to see all accommodation in your chosen area.
If you know of any bunkhouse accommodation in The Peak District that is missing or incorrect then please let us know.
List of Bunkhouses and Hostel type accommodation in The Peak District.
Click on the accommodation name for full details or search using the map above.
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