Cycle Routes in and around Derbyshire

Buxworth Bypasses

  • Moderate
  • 6.8 miles
  • 216 m

Hidden Hills in High Peak

  • Very Challenging
  • 23.1 miles
  • 1012 m

Tissington Trail

  • Moderate
  • 26.9 miles
  • 265 m

Station to Station Rides

  • Moderate
  • 0 miles
  • 0 m
Peak Forest Tramway Trail

Peak Forest Tramway Trail

  • Gentle
  • 3.8 miles
  • 34 m

Over Hills Around New Mills

  • Challenging
  • 10.6 miles
  • 414 m

Chinley Churner

  • Challenging
  • 10.9 miles
  • 463 m
High Peak Trail

High Peak Trail

  • Moderate
  • 35 miles
  • 315 m

Monsal Trail

  • Gentle
  • 19.2 miles
  • 141 m

Upper Peak Forest Canal

  • Gentle
  • 13.3 miles
  • 17 m

Goyt Valley Grinder

  • Challenging
  • 17.6 miles
  • 588 m

Sett Valley Trail

  • Gentle
  • 5.5 miles
  • 46 m

Cat & Fiddle Climbs

  • Very Challenging
  • 26.7 miles
  • 1067 m

Kinder Valley Explorer

  • Gentle
  • 8.9 miles
  • 130 m

Mills and Brows

  • Moderate
  • 14.3 miles
  • 371 m

Blog posts featuring Derbyshire

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Closures Cycling Walking

Upper Derwent Valley cycle loop closed for up to three months

Update February 2023: After extending the closure into 2023, Severn Trent Water now confirms “the route is now open however there are large timber trucks using the route, please be careful when using the tracks.” From today, Monday 12th September 2022, a large section of the route around the Upper Derwent Valley reservoirs is due to be closed to all users. For up to an estimated three months, it won’t be possible to complete a loop of the Derwent and Howden reservoirs.

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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.