MOUNTAIN RANGES OF THE UK

There are many mountain ranges in the UK and each one offers a unique mix of wildlife, vegetation, climate, natural resources and appeal to the millions of users who visit them every year. But what do you know about them? How big are they? How long are they? And what do they look like? We have built up these fact files of information for you to find out more. Read on and discover.
Geography topics for you to learn and enjoy

Peak District

alpine animals

Length (km)

Area (sq. km)

96
2972
SQ. KM
KM

Mountain range

Geography topics for you to learn and enjoy
Geography topics for you to learn and enjoy
mountain animal
mountain animals for kids

Interesting fact

The Peak District became the UK's first National Park in 1951.
Famous for its local delicacy, the bakewell pudding, not to be confused with the bakewell tart known in the rest of the cuntry.

Interesting fact

list of mountain animals

Location map

Kinder Scout

Highest peak

M
636

Height (m)

England

Country

Yes

National park status

Yes