Need some help with what to pack for your weekend away walking in the Peaks then see our recommended list of useful things to pack. It is your responsibility to take whatever you feel is necessary.
The good news is that you do not need to carry everything, only what you will need for your planned days out and about, and the rest can be left securely at your Peak Venues property.
Layering up is essential during the colder months in the Peak District, and a good breathable material is recommended, as well as wearing light-coloured, loose-fitting clothes in natural fabrics, so you don't overheat in the warmer months.
- Hiking shirt or t-shirt
- Walking Trousers
- Long Sleeve Base Layer
- Windproof Jacket - You will be exposed to the elements at times so a good, quality jacket that is windproof is essential on this trip. One with a fleece liner and is waterproof, with a hood which is handy in the rain!
- Fleece top
- Buff or neck gaiter
- Hat – A lightweight cap for warmer months and a beanie hat for chillier weather
- Merino Wool Socks
- Waterproof Trousers
- Sunglasses that shield your face and eyes from the sun ( a good UV protection)
See our Peak District Weather Blog for information on the Peak District weather and see current live weather updates and our Walking Page for walking ideas