Peak District Photography Tours & Workshops

Photograph England's finest landscapes

The Peak District is situated in the heart of England, covering parts of Derbyshire, Cheshire, Greater Manchester, and Staffordshire. It is known for its distinctive limestone plateau, deep valleys, and moorland areas. The park is divided into two main regions: the Dark Peak, characterised by its rugged, peat-covered moorland, and the White Peak, known for its limestone valleys, gorges, and picturesque villages. Each part offers some truly unique photographic opportunities and on our Peak District photography tour and workshop we will show the best views.

Reasons to join our Peak District photography tour

Diverse Scenery

At over 555 square miles the Peak District boasts a diverse range of landscapes, including rolling hills, valleys, grit and limestone edges, expansive moors, ancient woodlands, and serene rivers.

In 1951, the Peak District became the first national park to be founded in the UK.

Peak District photography tours and workshops
Peak District photography tours and workshops

Spectacular Rock Formations

In particular, the Peak District is popular among photographers for its unique and fascinating rock formations. The most iconic are the Salt Cellar, Crow Stones, Knuckle Stone, and the Kit Kat Stones, all providing the landscape photographer with stunning subjects to shoot.

The Dark & White Peaks

The Peak District is split between what is know as its grit stone edges (the Dark Peak) and limestone dales (the White Peak) amidst a myriad of rolling hills and peaks.

The most famous gritstone edges are Stanage, Curbar, and Burbage and because of their elevation, they all provide some of the most spectacular views of the undulating hills and valleys in the UK. 

Peak District photography tours and workshops
Peak District, England

Rivers & Waterfalls

It’s not all sweeping landscapes and mountains though. The Peak District is home to several beautiful waterfalls, such as Kinder Downfall and Lumsdale Falls. These natural features offer opportunities for capturing the movement of water and the surrounding foliage.

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Group Size

Max 6


3 days / 3 nights


Bamford Edge
Carl Wark
Carhead Rocks
Chrome Hill
Curbar Edge
Higger Tor
Mam Tor
Over Owler Tor
Padley Gorge
Plus a few hidden gems along the way 


Three nights accommodation at Premier Inn Chesterfield West with Breakfast

Dedicated 1-2-1 photography tuition 

Transport between workshop locations