Its National Park’s status highlights its beauty, heritage and protection, and there are a variety of activities to participate in which include cycling, horse riding and climbing. There are also a number of cycle hire centers so you do not even need to own your own bike to cycle through the park whichever cycle route you choose. Some of the hire centers even offer mobility scooters, electric and wheelchair bikes to hire allowing every member of the family to cycle.
With the picturesque scenery and the various activities available for you to involve yourself in there is no reason not to visit the Peak District on your next camping trip.
However no family camping trip with either the children, dogs or both would be possible without the use of a trailer and/or a roof rack. Both are great for transporting your camping equipment, but what product you choose really depends on personal preference.
A trailer generally allows you to transport more equipment however it also requires a tow bar to allow you to attach the trailer to your vehicle.
Trailers also allow you to transport other items throughout the year when required, for example transporting rubbish to the tip. They make a useful investment for any family which isn’t limited to holiday time.
Roof racks allow you to attach either a roof box or bike racks, whichever best suits your needs and roof boxes do not affect your vehicle’s manoeuvrability.
If you have lots of camping equipment and bikes to take then the use of a trailer and a bike rack allows you to transport all of your equipment with minimum fuss.
Whether you choose a trailer, roof box/bike rack, Indespension provide a useful all-encompassing range of options, whether you’re packing for a cycling holiday or camping trip in a beautiful area like the Peak District, or just want to store extra luggage on a long journey.
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