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Explain how different types of UK rural areas meet the motivations of different types of visitors and analyse the opportunities provided by one rural area to meet a range of motivational needs

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´╗┐Sammy Djaroud Rural Tourism National Parks Peak District The Peak District is surrounded Derbyshire, Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Staffordshire, South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire. The Peak District is extremely popular with tourists from all over the UK and overseas. Tourist visits the Peak district to explore the wonderful mountains and caves that the place has. The Peak district gives people a chance to participate in many activities such as cycling and climbing. Lake District The Lake District, also commonly known as The Lakes or Lakeland, is a mountainous region in North West England. People visit it for the outstanding lakes that it has to offer. Tourists get a chance to go on boat trips and explore the area further. The Lake District offers a good opportunity for tourist to capture some phenomenal scenery. Waling is seen as very important in the Peak District as it gives a unique sense of tranquillity. Snowdonia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snowdonia Snowdonia is located in wales near Gwynedd and Conwy. The English name for the area derives from Snowdon, which is the highest mountain in Wales standing at 3,560 ft. People visit Snowdonia to enjoy the wonderful scenery and forests that it offers. Snowdonia is one of the wettest areas of England which makes it extremely green. The highest mountains in Snowdonia are the following: the Snowdon Massif; the Glyderau; and the Carneddau. ...read more.

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This particular area is very popular with visitors from all over the UK. Wildlife lovers in particular love visiting this Lodge Hill as it gives them a chance to explore and study their chosen animal. Abbey St Bathans Woodlands A range of woodland types are present within the SSSI including dry sessile oakwood with birch and juniper, mixed oak-elm-hazelwood with ash and flushed birch-alderwood. The woodlands have historical continuity and contain a large number of mosses and liverworts. This is located just south-east from Edinburgh near the North sea. Scientists are working on maintaining Opportunities Traditional eg walking The Lake District offers great opportunities for walking. It has a range of sights to visit and explore. The Lake District is the largest national park in England and is home to Scafell Pike. The Lake District National Park has walks for every ability from ambles around lakes to high ridge walks, with a bit of scrambling - climbing over rocks without a rope. They run map reading sessions; this is aimed to improve mad reading and allows visitors to navigate around the Lake District by foot. There are hundreds of walking routs ava lable. Modern pursuits eg. mountain biking The Ideal location for mountain biking is the peak district. It offers phenomenal views and great areas of natural beauty to explore. The Peak District is very well maintained and protected. ...read more.

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In terms of what motivated people to go the Peak District, it has wonderful rivers that flow elegantly and contain various species. Some of the world's most experienced climbers and cavers learned their craft on the dramatic rock faces and amid the honeycomb of caverns in the Peak District. In the Peak District, they offer beginners clear instructions on to Rock climb. The Peak District has some of the best climbing mountains in the country. Visitors are motivated by getting the thrill and adventure. Usually people, who like these kinds of sports, are very brave and audacious. This kind of activity is usually dominated by people aged 18-30 as it requires the person to be at the best of their physique. Camping has grown in popularity recently. More and more people are choosing to go camping to the Peak District to enjoy nature. The camping experience in the Peak District is exceptional and very unique. Many people from all ages have camped in the Peak District and describe their experience as being adventurous. Many students who chose to do the Duke of Edinburgh award sleep a night in the Peak district. Students are motivated by the survival techniques they learn and also learn how to be independent. These are very important factors that contribute into making a person successful in future life. During their night stay. They will have to do some orienteering. This shows the Peak District is very educational and is teaching the new generation very important life lessons. ...read more.

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