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High Peak Tourism Strategy

Approved in February 2023 the Tourism Strategy identifies the Council's vision, key priorities for growth and action plan for tourism delivery in High Peak over the next five years.

During this time High Peak will establish itself as a coherent, connected destination within the iconic brand of the Peak District.

The Strategy has been developed with engagement from a wide range of public, private and third sector stakeholders to set out a refreshed vision for driving sustainable, innovative, resilient and inclusive sector recovery and growth. It will help the Council to capture new markets, using the area's cultural and natural assets to fuel growth and capitalise on the staycations and people's desire to escape to "the great outdoors".

The four key priorities identified for growth in the strategy are:

Towns & Villages - creating destination hubs and reasons to linger.

Cycling & Walking - developing routes, trails, packages and events.

Creators & Makers - supporting events, workshops, courses and opportunities to buy.

Accommodation - extending the range and type.

Monitoring and evaluating progress of the Strategy will be carried out in two ways:

  • evaluating the outputs of each Action Area
  • monitor and evaluate the five key performance indicators in the Strategy

To find our more about the High Peak Tourism Strategy please view the below document

High Peak Tourism Strategy [3MB]