The Peak District Calendar 2022

Calendar now available to begin dispatching from 15 November onwards. For returning customers there has been a slight increase in the price this year to reflect the uplift in paper prices this year.

The Peak District National Park is one of the most beautiful places in the UK as well as being one of the most accessible outdoor destinations. Known and loved by millions of people for the rich experiences, inspiration and adventure that is offered by the Peak District. The calendar has been produced by Tom Hodgson Photography to share Tom’s love of the Peak District and stunning vistas it produces. Each month has plenty of space for adding in events and even incorporates what3words to show the location each photo was taken so you can go and visit the scene too!

The Peak District Calendar features

The calendar is a produced from quality materials using leading printing technologies proudly supplied by Precision Proco.

January

January’s photo in the 2022 calendar is a remastered photo taken a while ago looking at the gate to the start of The Great Ridge above Castleton.

February

February’s photo is the lovely nature reserve of Wyming Brook.

March

March’s photo in The Peak District Calendar is on above Hathersage looking over Callow Bank and back towards Higger Tor

April

April’s photo is a sunny woodland floor filled with bluebells.

May

May’s is taken from above Thor’s Cave looking back over the Dovedale valley

June

June’s photo in the 2022 calendar is on Whinstone Lee Tor looking back up the top section of Ladybower Reservoir.

July

July’s photo in The Peak District Calendar is from Carhead Rocks with the famous Knuckle stone in view, a favourite little spot of mine.

August

August’s photo in the calendar is of one of The Peak District’s most iconic pieces of water, Ladybower Reservoir, known for it’s links to The Dambusters and the bouncing bomb.

September

September’s photo is looking back along Bamford Edge as the sunset catches the ridge in a cloud formation adding a little extra drama

October

October’s photo in The Peaks Calendar is taken at Derwent Edge looking back towards The Salt Cellar sitting amongst a plethora of purple heather.

November

November’s photo is at Millstone Edge looking back towards Over Owler Tor with some beautiful bright heather in the foreground.

December

December’s photo in The Peak District Calendar 2022 is looking back at water being blown into Stanage Edge on winters evening.

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The Peak District Calendar ships throughout the UK and also internationally to all countries around the world. Every year this calendar can be founded jet setting off around the globe to happy customers.

Peak District Greeting cards

Why not order some Peak District greeting cards with your calendar.

Greeting cards

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