The Peak District has been given the royal seal of approval by Prince Charles.
Speaking during a visit to the Bakewell area, he said the national park's landscape boasts a certain "magic", the Star reports.
This, he said, makes him value any opportunity he gets to go there and see it firsthand.
"It's an incredibly special part of the world, the Peak District," Prince Charles commented.
Keen ramblers may therefore also find it a great place in which to go walking
and take in some distinctive and beautiful scenery.
Prince Charles was speaking at a special event at Haddon Hall to mark the national park's 60th anniversary.
He hailed the efforts of volunteers in the Peak District over the decades and said he hopes they continue with the "marvellous things" they do for many years to come.
This is not the first time he has commended such work in the national park.
Speaking last year, Prince Charles said attractions such as the Peak District's "wide open moors", "flower-rich dales" and "charming villas" would be "nothing" without the efforts of those who sacrifice their time to look after the region.