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.

Carsington Water, a Severn Trent Water reservoir in Derbyshire, England
Carsington Water

Carsington Water is a Severn Trent Water reservoir in Derbyshire, between Ashbourne and Wirksworth. It has a visitor centre, sailing club, fishing, and cycling and walking trails.


 good for children good for exercise good views
The High Peak Trail, former Cromford and High Peak Railway
High Peak Trail

The High Peak Trail takes the line of the former Cromford and High Peak Railway betwen Parsley Hey and Cromford, in the Derbyshire Peak District.


 good for children good for exercise good views
The Longendale Trail, a Derbyshire Peak District cycle trail
Longendale Trail

The Longendale Trail, a Derbyshire Peak District cycle trail, follows the track of the former Woodhead (Sheffield to Manchester) railway up the Longendale valley.


 good for exercise good views
The Manifold and Hamps Trail. A Staffordshire cycle track
Manifold and Hamps Trail

The Manifold and Hamps Trail is a Staffordshire Peak District cycle track which follows the old light railway which once ran along the valley.


 good for exercise good views
The Monsal Trail is a Peak District cycle trail
Monsal Trail

The Monsal Trail is Derbyshire Peak District cycle trail which follows the path of the former Midland Railway from Wye Dale to a point beyond Bakewell, mostly following the River Wye.


 good for exercise good views
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Sett Valley Trail

The Sett Valley Trail is a cycle trail which follows the line of the former railway between Hayfield and New Mills, Derbyshire.


 good for exercise good views
The Tissington Trail, a Peak District cycling trail
Tissington Trail

The Tissington Trail, a Derbyshire Peak District cycling trail follows the former railway line between Buxton and Ashbourne.


 good for exercise good views

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