This Peak District Map South from SplashMaps is a beautiful map of the Southern section of the Peak District National Park. The weather-proof fabric map is designed for adventure. It features contours, the OS national grid, walking and riding trails, clearly designated and numbered roads and water bodies. Thanks to our signature pub, car park, church and camping symbols navigating to your start and end points is a doddle.
Full coverage Peak District Maps
SplashMaps offer full coverage of this beautiful National Park. Each Peak District map – 4 in our unique 40k scale series – highlights your rights of way and simplifies adventure planning. But, if you love that traditional Ordnance Survey Peak District Map, don’t forget you can design 1:50k or 1:25k Peak District maps in 10 different formats centred on anywhere.
Other Ordnance Survey Peak District Maps
Ordnance Survey Peak District Map at 50k here
Ordnance Survey Peak District Map South at 25k centred on Bakewell here
UK’s original National Park
The Peak District is the UK’s original National Park, formed as a result of the mass trespass on Kinder Scout in 1932. The inspiration for many of Britain’s famous mountaineers and explorers it now hosts some of the country’s finest hiking and mountain bike trails.
Proud to be a Partner of the Peak District
SplashMaps is proud to be a Partner of the Peak District National Park Foundation. We contribute 10% of all sales originating from their site to improving accessibility on the trails.
Map of the Peak District
To map the Peak District detail in a way that captures the most relevant content for cyclists, walkers and runners means combining the best available location data. We use Ordnance Survey’s open data (the same base data as their highly detailed 1:25k Explorer series) and resample it at 1:40 000 to give you the optimum exploration area. To get a full compliment of the pathways we’ve used extra data from OpenStreetMap and overlaid this with the official rights of way data from the local authority to highlight byways and bridleways. This makes our unique destination series style, specifically designed around your favourite activities.
Major Settlements & features:
Ashbourne, Bakewell, Darley Dale, Chelmorton, Booth Hill, Fox Low, Hollins Hill, Sterndale Moor, Over Hill, Head Ridge Head, Over Boothlow, Crowdicote, Alderly Cliff, Longnor, Earl Sterndale, Hill North Top, Sheen Hill, Hitter Hill, Spink, Onecote, Butterton, Warslow, Ecton Hill, Wetton, Narrowdale Hill, Ipstones, Foxt, Kingsley and Froghall, Cotton, Waterhouses, Hoften’s Cross, Musden Low, Thorpe, Fenny Bentley, Kniveton, Hognaston, Hulland Ward, Kirk Ireton, Brassington, Wirksworth, Youlgrave, Stanton in Peak, Birchover, Elton, Baslow, Hassop, Great longstone, Little Longstone, Taddington, Sheldon, Monyash, Arbor Low Stone Circle, Pennine Bridleway, Parwich
National Grid Coordinates (Easting, Northing / Grid Reference):
Lower-left – 401000, 345000
Upper-right – 428600, 372600
Dimensions on map:
27.6km x 27.6km
Size of product (including borders):
72cm x 72cm (approximately)