What to do in and around Hathersage
In the Peak District National Park, there are plenty of places to inspire the enthusiastic walker, cyclist,
climber and mountain biker - and those interested in more unusual pastimes such as hang gliding and caving will
find no shortage of exciting venues at which to pursue their sport. The variety of the landscape offers scope
for all those who appreciate the attractions and challenges of the "great outdoors".
For more details, visit our activities page.
Attractions and sightseeing
The Derbyshire Peak District is renowned for its historic market towns and elegant halls and stately homes including the
world-famous Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall, recently in the public eye as the location for the BBC's production of "Jane Eyre". The area's traditional associations with lead mining,
sheep farming and the textile industry now provide a diversity of museums, full of interest for lovers of history, and endless picturesque villages
and tranquil dales are a delight for artists and photographers.
Find out more and be inspired by our attractions page.
Eating and drinking
The Peak District is blessed with an enviable number of pubs, restaurants and hotels serving excellent food from
many regions with prices to suit all tastes and budgets. Real ales are becoming a speciality in the Peak, too, with new micro-breweries
such as Thornbridge Brewery and Peak Ales making award-winning beers that can be sampled at your leisure in some of the local