Britain's first and most visited national Park celebrates its 60th anniversary this April. Roly Smith takes a look back over the history of the Peak District, and a look forward into an uncertain future
Three centuries ago there were seven so-called Wonders of the Peak: local attractions which were grouped together in an effort to attract well-heeled visitors to the unfashionably grim southernmost uplands of northern Britain. Mam Tor-the shivering mountain-was one of them, along with Chatsworth and an assortment of caves and wells.
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