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Founded in 1951, the Peak District was the first national park in England. The area spans over 550 square miles and its terrain consists of rolling hills, farmland and moorland. The park is a popular destination among hikers, with multiple campsites, climbing locations and caves. Fans of two wheels can cycle on traffic-free trails, visit local villages and enjoy the views. Peak District also attracts thrill-seekers with locations suitable for paragliding and hang gliding.