Walking The Ridge to conquer Mam Tor
As the oldest of all the national parks in Britain, The Peak District has been delighting walkers and ramblers of all abilities for 65 years.
Late sunrises and frosty mornings in winter create chances to capture landscapes looking magical. This photo by GetOutside Champion Steph Sanderson was taken at Bradgate Park, Leicestershire.
The park is home to a large population of deer, ancient woodlands and Old John Tower, built as a mock ruin in 1784. Steph wrote about the park on her blog here, and you can also follow her on Instagram or Twitter. She has recently been looking for days out and micro-adventures around her home in the Midlands, so if you live in the area, make sure you follow her!
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