We went on trip north to Peak District National Park in Derbyshire after the Wedding together with the newly weds whose parents own a wonderful apartment in the picturesque valley of Cressbrook Mill. I didn’t know anything about it before because I didn’t have any time to read something about it or to look at some pictures and what shall I say? It was totally gorgeous. Not only that the english landscape surprised me in a way I’d never had thought of, but as well because having friends like this and having the opportunity to connect with them, hike with them and have a marvelous time with them was so precious.
On our first day we hiked the Kinder Scout Walk in the brightest sun England has ever seen :-). This is not only a fantastic hike but as well a historic path: In 1932 400 people walked this trail to fight for the right to roam, the so called Kinder Scout mass trespass.
Location: Edale – along Grinds Brook – Noe Stool – Jacob’s Ladder – along River Noe – Upper Booth – back to Edale / Distance: 16 km / Climb: 490 m / Weather: 27 °C, sunny / Camera: Olympus Pen F, iPhone X