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Hot Air Balloon Rides Over Clover Fields

Near Hartington, Clover Fields Caravan Park
SK17 9PU

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Our third and final launch site in Derbyshire is at a caravan site, a short distance from Buxton. Another private venue, The Clover Fields Caravan Park has a fabulous take off field that we can use.

On balloon flights from this venue we usually travel in a southerly direction, following the river Dove back towards Ashbourne. En route you may see Arbor Low, the 'Stonehenge' of the Peak District, dating back more than 4000 years!

The venue we fly from on any given day is determined by the wind direction, and deciding which launch site will give us the best flight. Balloons cannot be steered! Consequently, passengers need to attend whichever venue we determine to use - please click the button below for more details.

Hot Air Ballooning in Derbyshire

Derbyshire, located in the heart of England, is a county renowned for its stunning landscapes, rich history, and vibrant cultural heritage. From the rugged peaks of the Peak District National Park to the historic market towns and picturesque villages, Derbyshire offers visitors a diverse range of experiences.

One of the most iconic features of Derbyshire is the Peak District National Park, which covers much of the northern part of the county. This vast expanse of rolling hills, heather-clad moors, and dramatic gritstone edges is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, offering opportunities for hiking, cycling, rock climbing, and wildlife watching. The park is home to some of the UK's most famous landmarks, including the imposing rock formation of Stanage Edge, the picturesque villages of Castleton and Bakewell, and the historic country estates of Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall.

In addition to its natural beauty, Derbyshire boasts a wealth of historic attractions and cultural landmarks. The county's capital city, Derby, is home to a rich industrial heritage, with landmarks such as the Silk Mill Museum and the Derby Cathedral showcasing the city's historic significance. Nearby, the charming market town of Buxton is famous for its elegant Georgian architecture, historic spa baths, and annual arts festival.

For those seeking outdoor adventures, Derbyshire offers a range of activities to suit all interests and abilities. The limestone caverns of the Peak District provide a fascinating underground playground for exploration, while the Derwent Valley offers scenic walks along the riverbank and opportunities for water sports such as kayaking and canoeing.

Derbyshire's picturesque villages are also worth exploring, with their quaint stone cottages, cobbled streets, and traditional country pubs offering a glimpse into the county's rural heritage. From the historic market towns of Ashbourne and Matlock to the charming villages of Eyam and Tideswell, each has its own unique character and charm.

Foodies will delight in Derbyshire's culinary offerings, with a wealth of local produce and traditional dishes to sample. From hearty Derbyshire oatcakes and Bakewell tarts to award-winning cheeses and locally brewed ales, there's something to tempt every palate.

Overall, Derbyshire is a county of contrasts, where rugged landscapes meet historic landmarks, and traditional villages blend seamlessly with vibrant cities. Whether you're seeking outdoor adventure, cultural exploration, or simply a peaceful retreat in the countryside, Derbyshire offers a warm welcome and an unforgettable experience for all who visit.

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