15 Pictures That Prove The Peak District Is The Prettiest Place On Earth

Right on your doorstep as well

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When you live somewhere you have a tendency to overlook the amazing places that are right on your doorstep while dreaming of far off exotic places. There is no bigger example of this than the Peak District which is such a short drive from Manchester. 

To remind you all of just how amazing this part of the world is we thought we collate some of the most stunning photos proving what an amazing and stunningly beautiful part of the world the Peak district actually is.

All you have to do now is grab a couple of friends and head up there this weekend for a big long walk.

1. You can clim up above the clouds in this part of the world...

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2. Find yourself a little place to stay in the wilderness

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3. The place looks evening more stunning Autumn

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4. So few people live here but the tiny villages are just stunning

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5. You'll come across stunning bridges like this

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6. And the flowers and shrubbery bloom like this

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7. The place becomes even more beautiful in winter 

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8. Even the animals up here are super friendly

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9. Around every corner you'll find another stunning piece of nature

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10. And there are plenty of places to stop and admire the view

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11. There really are very few places that look this good

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12. Sunsets are a little bit special up here

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13. Make sure to stop and take it all in

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14. So get in the car this weekend and plan a trip up to this majestic part of the world

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15. Trust us, you won't regret it

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Niall Harbison

Niall founded Lovin' Dublin with a few fairly simple aims: discover new places to eat in Dublin and share simple recipes cooked up in his kitchen.

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