Cycle Routes in and around Derbyshire

Sett Valley Trail

  • 5.5 miles
  • 150 ft
  • Gentle

Sett Valley Trail with Kinder Extension

  • 8.9 miles
  • 425 ft
  • Gentle
Peak Forest Tramway Trail

Peak Forest Tramway Trail

  • 3.8 miles
  • 112 ft
  • Gentle

Buxworth Bypasses

  • 6.8 miles
  • 708 ft
  • Moderate

Tissington Trail

  • 26.9 miles
  • 869 ft
  • Moderate

Over Hills Around New Mills

  • 10.6 miles
  • 1358 ft
  • Challenging

Upper Peak Forest Canal

  • 13.3 miles
  • 56 ft
  • Gentle

Chinley Churner

  • 10.9 miles
  • 1519 ft
  • Challenging

High Peak Trail

  • 35 miles
  • 1034 ft
  • Moderate

Monsal Trail

  • 19.2 miles
  • 462 ft
  • Gentle

Goyt Valley Grinder

  • 17.6 miles
  • 1930 ft
  • Challenging

Mills and Brows

  • 14.3 miles
  • 1218 ft
  • Moderate

Hidden Hills in High Peak

  • 23.1 miles
  • 3319 ft
  • Very Challenging

Cat & Fiddle Climbs

  • 26.7 miles
  • 3501 ft
  • Very Challenging

Station to Station Rides

  • 0 miles
  • ft
  • Very Challenging

Blog posts featuring Derbyshire

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Cycling Infrastructure Walking

Kinder Scout cycle parking win for Peak District’s Bowden Bridge

“If the Authority is at all serious about enabling a sustainable future for itself, it needs to ensure that every car park it manages also has secure cycle parking available, in good numbers, as soon as possible.” That’s the challenge I put to the Peak District National Park, and I’m beyond chuffed that they’ve already responded.

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Cycling Routes

Revised route: Goyt Valley Grinder gets more Goyt, more gravel

With its stiff climbs, a spot of gravel and a brilliantly swooping descent, the Goyt Valley Grinder cycle route has long been my favourite quick spin up into the Peak District National Park. But as a stand-alone adventure it felt like it lacked a few extra miles and a final flourish. So now I’ve revised it for 2022, with more Goyt and more gravel!