Google makes virtual Peak District trails
The Peak District has become the first national park to have its trails and hard-to-reach locations captured on Google Street View.
The Peak District National Park Authority hopes more people will be inspired to visit the park after experiencing the landscape online.
National park volunteers recorded 360 degree images by using Google Trekker equipment - a backpack fitted with a cluster of 15 camera lenses.
Filming took place over the summer.
Jim Dixon, chief executive of the Peak District National Park, said: "It is our ambition that, by being on Google Street View, more people will enjoy the wonders of this protected and special landscape.
"Once people see it, I am sure they will be inspired to come and stay for a few days to explore first-hand what they have experienced online."
Google Street View previously only allowed people to view the Peak District from roads.
However, the Trekker equipment is designed to capture locations the Street View car and tricycle cannot reach.
It was deemed impractical to film "every inch" of the 555 sq mile (1,440 sq km) park, so highlights were selected.
The Peak District became the UK's first national park in 1951, and Google said making it virtually accessible was in the park's "true pioneering spirit".