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The Weather in Hope Valley
This is the climate diagram for Hope Valley. This year, July will have the highest average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 2° in Hope Valley in January. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
Adventure and relaxation with Hope Valley holiday cottages
Located in the Peak District, Hope Valley offers mesmerising views along with a plethora of historical places and thrilling activities. Typical holiday homes in the area include stone houses and renovated farmhouses.
Stunning historic landmarks
If you are not afraid of scaling heights, reaching the top of Peveril Castle will be fun. The ruins of this 11th c. castle overlook Castleton village and offer awe-inspiring views of the surrounding nature. Peveril Castle is one of the earliest Norman fortifications in the country.
Hathersage is the largest village in Hope Valley and home to the Hathersage Church. It is located near an ancient Danish settlement and is associated with the Eyre family. It is also considered the final resting place of Little John, who was part of Robin Hood’s gang.
Fun Activities for Families
The three rivers in the region - Peak Water, River Noe and River Derwent - flow through several huge reservoirs that form recreational centres. The Ladybower Reservoir, in Snake Pass, offers excellent fishing opportunities. Bicycles for hire are also available to explore the pine dotted slopes of the reservoirs.
Hathersage is home to a heated outdoor swimming pool. The pool offers stunning views of Castleton, Hope and Stanage Edge, and has a great café for snacks and meals.
Discover nature at its best
Peak Cavern in Castleton is a natural network of caves. It is said to be the largest cavern in the area. There is also the Bagshaw Cavern in Bradwell which was discovered in 1806 by lead miners, another large, mostly natural cave system.
Put on your walking shoes and head from Mam Tor to Losehill, along the ridge that divides Hope Valley and Edale Valley. You will enjoy stunning views in both directions. From here, head down to Hope, the main village in the valley, where there is a Saxon cross, numerous shops and an old cattle and sheep market.
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