Seven places to see a spectacular sunrise in Derbyshire

The Peak District is blessed with all manner of opportunities to watch sunrises flanked by eerie moors and rugged cliff faces.

Tuesday, 30th April 2019, 4:47 pm
Updated Tuesday, 30th April 2019, 4:50 pm
Sunrise view
Sunrise view

Here's nine stunning places you will experience and soak up the very best sunrises Derbyshire has to offer.

The most photographed sunrise view in Derbyshire is from Mam Tor in the High Peak. And with good reason... it is truly stunning.
With a slightly longer walk involved, the sunrise is very pretty from Ringing Roger, just north of Edale.
The eerie quiet of Stanton Moor at sunrise is just magical. Visit the Nine Ladies stone circle during the summer solstice on June 21 for a unique party experience.
With a stunning view over the Burbage Valley, this of the most popular and beautiful places to see the sunrise in the Dark Peak.
You won't regret your 4am start to see the sunrise from Win Hill, overlooking Ladybower Reservoir.
Once a coral reef hundreds of million years ago, this staggered landscape promises a uniquely beautiful sunrise view. For parking, head to the village of Earl Sterndale, near Buxton.
No matter what the season, this is an amazing place to see the sunrise. With a view for miles!