The Peak District Calendar 2021

Enjoy beautiful views of the Peaks every day while keeping yourself organised

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!

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The Peak District Calendar features

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The Peak District Calendar January

January’s photo in the 2021 calendar is at Ladybower Dam looking at the plug hole with a snow covered Bamford Edge in the distance


The Peak District Calendar February

February’s photo is taken from the top of Thor’s Cave looking out over the green vistas of the Manifold Valley.


The Peak District Calendar March

March’s photo in The Peak District Calendar is on Carhead Rocks with the famous Knuckle Stone in the foreground looking out towards the village of Hathersage.


April’s photo is watching some glorious God rays descend on Hathersage from up on Stanage Edge (famous for Keira Knightley’s Pride & Prejudice scene).


The Peak District Calendar May

May’s is taken from Whinstone Lee Tor looking back down to Ladybower Reservoir and across to Nether Moor.


The Peak District Calendar June

June’s photo in the 2021 calendar is on Millstone Edge as the sun comes down over this classic purple Peak District heather moorland scene.


The Peak District Calendar July

July’s photo in The Peak District Calendar is from Crow Chin which is a lesser explored and more remote section of Stanage Edge with an abundance of heather moorland.


The Peak District Calendar August

August’s photo in the calendar is of one of The Peak District’s most iconic features, The Salt Cellar rock formation situated on Derwent Edge.


The Peak District Calendar September

September’s photo is looking back over to Lose Hill and Ladybower Reservoir from Abney Moor.


The Peak District Calendar October

October’s photo in The Peaks Calendar is taken at Lumsdale Falls to give this beautiful autumnal Peak District waterfall scene.


November’s photo is at Carhead Rocks watching the sun set over the edge warming the brown autumn tones of the bracken.


The Peak District Calendar December

December’s photo in The Peak District Calendar 2021 is a snow covered Edale basin with the road of Mam Nick weaving a path through the snow.

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