The UK’s first national park, the Peak District offers some of the most diverse landscapes in the country. From limestone gorges in steep valleys to open moors and gritstone edges, the Peaks really do have everything that a rambler could possibly wish for. It’s no wonder so many great writers have found inspiration here: William Wordsworth, Jane Austen and Charlotte Brontë, to name just a few.
The Windgather Rocks are among the most distinctive sites in the Peak District. Right on the Derbyshire-Cheshire border, this gritstone crag juts sharply out of the moors, offering some of the best views across the Cheshire Plain. Standing on the jagged peak, you can’t help but imagine yourself as a bold and daring explorer, gazing out over undiscovered country. But beware of the cold winds up there – there’s a reason they’re called the Windgather Rocks!
This tea towel would make the perfect gift for any lover of the Peaks, reminding them of the times they’ve stood atop these wind-swept rocks.