Walking With The Wounded's Christmas Campaign for 2019
We're proud that Live For The Hills' director Mark Sweeney has been invited to be an ambassador for the Walking With The Wounded Christmas campaign for 2019, Walking Home For Christmas. Find out more about the campaign, excellent work that the charity does and how you can get involved, by reading on. We'll also take a behind the scenes look at the celebrity launch which took place in London yesterday, including former footballer turned adventurer, Wayne Bridge and stars of the forthcoming movie 1917, George Mackay and Dean-Charles Chapman.
Whose footsteps will you follow? Colin Firth or Keira Knightley?
Our Peak District Pride & Prejudice Tours have been hugely popular, with devotees of Jane Austen's novel visiting from all around the world. Two famous productions were filmed around the Peak District national park. The 1995 BBC version, starring Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle, and the 2005 movie version starring Keira Knightley and Matthew MacFadyen. But which one do you prefer? We now offer a separate tour devoted to each version, as well as a third option where those who can't decide can choose their own itinerary based on both.
We're very excited to see what 2019 brings as our range of unique Peak District Tours has expanded and we have brand new tour experiences on offer, with even more being announced soon.
The first signs of spring have started to appear around the Peak District, despite the Beast From The East making an appearance. That's a weather system, of course, not a mythical monster picking off ramblers on the other side of Bakewell. (That's the Pest From The West, you're thinking of.)
Well, as 2017 draws to a close, its a good opportunity to look back at a busy 12 months of Peak District tours and to look at what we have in store for 2018.
We're excited to announce that our new Pride & Prejudice Tours are now available for booking. Immerse yourself amongst the architectural and natural wonders that inspired the book and featured in the film adaptations. Perfect for any modern day Elizabeth Bennets...
...summer. The gentle hum of the bees, the musical choruses of the birds that have returned to the Peak District to nest for the warmer months, the babble of meandering brooks, oh and the quiet thrum of the engine of a VW Caravelle winding its way through the beautiful landscapes.
We're looking forward to a very exciting, busy few months over over Live For The Hills Tours' first summer. It's certainly a great time of year to visit the Peak District.
Spring is a wonderful time of the year to visit the Peak District.
The days are getting longer, the air warmer, and the beautiful colours of the flora and fauna are back in all their glory.
Whether it's beautiful bluebells, delightful daffodils or wonderful wildflowers, the landscape is full of life and colour.
We have a selection of tours available for the season which offer our customers the chance to enjoy The Peak District at its blooming best...
Peak District Scenic Tour
Peak District Photography Tour
Peak District Artisans Tour
Hidden Gems Real Ale Tour
Sweet Tooth Tour
Peak District Romantic Tour
Chatsworth & Bakewell
Historic Peaks Tour
Design Your Own Tour