Derbyshire Scenes is a division of
Derbyshire Heritage Walks (Adrian Brown)

Derbyshire Scenes Home Home Other Services Derbyshire About Us FAQs Contact Us

Peak District Towns and Villages
Sometimes called the "Capital of the Peak District", Bakewell is the only town situated actually within the Peak District National Park. An important market town and centre of agriculture, it is most famous as the home of the Bakewell Pudding, and for the annual Bakewell Show.

Bakewell Bridge
Litton is one of the many small villages that can be found within the Peak Distict National Park. Just to the east of the village, at the top end of Cressbrook Dale, stands the rock outcrop of Peter's Stone, so named because some think it bears a resemblance to the dome of St Peter's in Rome.

Peter's Stone, near Litton

Peter's Stone, near Litton

Wardlow Mires, near Litton

This website is © Derbyshire Heritage Walks, 2013.

Cookie policy

Like almost every other website on the Internet today, this site does use cookies. The only thing they are used for is as part of Google Analytics, so that we can tell how successful this site is at attracting visitors and which pages they look at most. If you don't want cookies on your system, then please don't view this site any further, as we can't change the underlying technology used by Google Analytics. We also suggest that you clear your cookies after leaving this site.