Tiktok video shows crazy scenes in Peak District as hundreds flock to rammed beauty spot

A Tiktok video has revealed crazy scenes in the Peak District over the Easter Weekend, as scores of families in cars flocked to the beauty spot.

Furious local residents have blamed tourists for clogging up the national park and causing gridlocked roads as the social media video showed winding queues of vehicles blocking narrow streets in the Derbyshire countryside. Others living in the picturesque area even claimed they ‘can’t go out anymore’ and have to have done a ‘big food shop’ the week before holidays.




Tiktok user Lucy Sturgess filmed the chaotic scenes at the national park while out cycling on Saturday and posted the footage online along with the caption: “Cars everywhere in the peak district today!” People reported seeing cars dumped on grass verges with many vehicles receiving parking tickets.

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Locals took to the comments to criticise the crazy scenes and blamed the wave of holiday makers for the horrendous traffic at the popular beauty spot, that saw hundreds of vehicles clog the countryside roads.

“Try living there it’s a nightmare,” one person wrote, as another commented: “It’s really sad I think, whilst it’s good for local business, idiots clog driveways, field entrances etc up and it takes away the “natural beauty spot.”

“Drove by earlier with cars parked everywhere on the verges with dozens and dozens slapped with parking tickets. Bonkers behaviour,” said another.

Winding queues of cars and vans were captioned in the insane footage(Image: SturgeLucy / TikTok)

A fourth person even claimed to stay inside during busy holiday periods, writing: “God yeah us locals can’t go out anymore always make sure to do a big food shop the week before and stay inside!”

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