If you’re looking for longer routes or tips on how to combine a couple of Peaks & Puddles routes together, an additional page of Longer Combined Rides is available for supporters.
The page includes maps, a quick introduction and basic tips for each combined route. GPX, TCX and FIT files for each combined route are also available in the Cycle Routes GPX Collection.
A Peaks & Puddles + page
This is an exclusive extra page for Peaks & Puddles supporters.
Support the website for £10 to access everything…
Become a Peaks & Puddles + supporter for a one-off contribution and you’ll get access to all these exclusive extra pages — plus downloadable, phone-friendly Pocket Guides and over 70 GPX navigation files to take along for the ride.
• Cycle Routes Pocket Guide Collection
• Cycle Routes GPX Collection
• Access to all P+ website route guides
• One-off contribution, supporting my work and website running costs
What to expect
You’ll be provided immediately with the link to a hidden page where all these extra downloads and guides (marked P+) can be accessed. Return any time to access new and updated content just thanks to that single contribution. As an extra bonus, I’ve made sure “Plus” guide pages are completely ad-free.
Thanks for your support!
I’m reserving these extra original routes and pages exclusively for supporters. The one-off contribution supports my work and website costs, with miles of cycling inspiration in return. This online guidebook is still growing, I’m nowhere near done yet, so it’s a great investment in my future plans. Thank you!
The all-important disclaimer: While great care and attention has been put into gathering these routes, ensuring details are accurate and determining their suitability, all information should be used as a guide only and is not a replacement for using your own judgement or research when setting out on new adventures. Peaks & Puddles cannot be held responsible for any problems you may encounter.
Always ensure your equipment is safe for use and that you are well prepared, carrying everything necessary including access to a good map. Follow the Highway Code and the Countryside Code at all times. Respect the landscape, the wildlife and the people you encounter. But most importantly, have fun!