Are you looking for the perfect gift idea for a family member or friend who loves the Peak District National Park?
There are plenty of beautiful and creative gift ideas that you can buy for someone special or if you’re like me then treat yourself. With Christmas approaching why not have a look through for some ideas for gifts.
Here is a selection of 10 different Peak District gifts that everyone will love. It includes some independent UK companies, a few UK Etsy sellers who are brilliant for creative gifts as well as other places too.
Let me know if you know any other Peak District gift ideas that should be on the list!
Peak District patches
One great gift idea is our charity patches that are now available via our shop.
The patches are unique to the Peak District and we are looking to grow the collection (once we are up and running). The first design has been created and is in production, visit the shop to see which design is first!
Read more about the Peak District patches and our chosen charity. Sign up below to be notified when new designs are available or to let me know which design you’d like to see next.
Adventure Pins is another family team so it’s great to buy from an independent business. The two brothers Chris and Dom create beautiful pin badges of the UK National Parks. I mean the Peak District is the best, of course, but they do have badges for the other National Parks too!
The brightly coloured pin badge of the Peak District captures the national park perfectly. It includes rolling hills, gritstone rocks and a finishing touch of millstones on the design. All these are iconic to the Peak District landscape, if you’ve not spotted any millstones yet take a look near Stanage Edge and Padley Gorge.
The brilliant thing about these pins is that for each one £1 goes to the UK National Parks Foundation (charity no. 1182566).
Each enamel pin comes on a presentation card, with both a metal and rubber clasp so you can securely fit on either backpacks or clothes. Making a lovely gift for someone to put wherever suits them.
The pin badges are available direct from the Adventure Pins website. It’s FREE shipping for all the pin badges and you get an extra 20% off if you order 3 or more pins!
If you have a friend or family member who is getting into walking this might be a brilliant gift for them. I’m a big fan of giving gifts that are useful and a Peak District map would be brilliant, plus maybe a compass to go with them! This Silva Expedition compass is the one I use.
The Peak District area has two maps that cover it, the Dark Peaks and White Peaks areas. You can buy the maps individually via Amazon – OL1 map or OL24 map. Or as a lovely gift, you could get the Peak District map set available via Ordnance Survey.
A wonderful print of the Peak District from a different perspective, this stunning line drawing brings together the popular and iconic hills in the Peak District. Including Kinder Scout, Mam Tor, Parkhouse Hill, The Roaches and more!
As you can imagine, I have this print hanging in my lounge at home 🙂
The prints are available in three different sizes so you can pick the perfect one for you.
The beautiful prints are created by Becca Rankline and are available from Etsy Alineinthesky. You can check the availability here.
Only a true Peak District lover would have the towel, so if you know that person then this is a wonderful gift.
A giant travel towel complete with the High Peak map of the Peak District, including Kinder Scout and Jacob’s Ladder. Perfect for UK adventures and maybe even weekend camping trips in the Peak District
The towel can be bought online from the Ordnance Survey. View the design and check the availability here.
For those who love to treat themselves with beautifully scented skincare products, this gift set is a lovely present.
A selection of hand and nail cream, lip balm and an outdoor face balm, with a Peak District twist. The sets also comes in a compostable gift box and yarn from a local Peak District business, so you’re not supporting one but two local businesses!
The gifts are available from Etsy seller PeakSkincare. See the items and check the availability here via Etsy.
100 places to visit and scratch off in the Peak District.
On the maps there are loads of Peak District favourites from the highlighted the top 10 waterfalls, the top 10 reservoirs, 25 points of interest including historical sites, caves, viewpoints and forests and over 50 peaks to climb.
Everything that’s named on the map is free to visit too! Can you visit them all?
The poster is A2 size and is printed on high quality silk paper in the UK.
The map is created by Nathan and is available via Outdoor Scratch Maps. Visit the website here.
Peak District print featuring Mam Tor and the Great Ridge
A classic Peak District view from Mam Tor along the Great Ridge, looking towards Lose Hill. If you’re not done this route yet you can see this stunning view for yourself on this walk – Mam Tor to Lose Hill from Castleton
The prints are available in three different sizes and framing options are also available.
The art print was created by Julia Seaton and is available via Etsy seller JuliaSIllustration. You can see the print and check the availability here via Etsy.
I hope this has gift guide has given you a few gift ideas for Peak District presents.
There are some wonderful items and I’ve tried to include a mix of independent sellers via Etsy which is a fantastic online platform for small businesses. However, if you know of any more Peak District gifts that you think should be included or you’re a local business in the Peak District, please get in touch (email best).
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