Peak District Outdoor Activities - Walking, Climbing, Cycling and other sports
Peak District Outdoor Activities - walking, climbing, cycling, mountain-biking, pot-holing, caving, hand-gliding and other sports in the Peak District.
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A cycle ride from Flash to Wincle via Gradbach and Three Shire Heads, following the River Dane and returning via Roache End. Taking in parts of the Staffordshire and Cheshire Peak District.
This route goes from Parsley Hey up the High Peak Trail almost to Sparklow, then branches off on minor roads to the quaint hamlet of Pilsley. From there it follows the Dove Valley down to Hartington and returns by gaining the Tissington Trail to come back to Parsley Hey.
A ride from Parsley Hey along the High Peak Trail to Gotham, then down a minor road to the pretty village of Parwich, returning by minor roads and the Tissington Trail to Parsley Hey.
A short cycle ride from Parsley Hey to the pretty village of Hartington and back, taking the Tissington Trail and minor roads.
A ride from Parsley Hey along the High Peak Trail to Longcliffe and Harboro Rocks, then down to the pretty village of Brassington, on to Bradbourne and Tissington before returning along the Tissington Trail to Parsley Hey.
A fairly easy circuit from Parsley Hey out along the Tissington Trail and back via the High Peak Trail, with a short linking section.
This route starts at Hartington and takes the Manifold and Hamps Trail and minor roads to reach Ilam and Thorpe, and returns via the Tissington Trail
A cycle ride around the Manifold Valley using the Manifold and Hamps Trail, starting at Waterhouses. This takes trails and minor roads around an area of beautiful limestone scenery.
A circuit of Carsington reservoir, on the southern edge of the Peak District. Because this route circumnavigates a reservoir you might imagine it is pretty level, but the eastern leg of the route is actually quite hilly.
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