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"Cycling in the Peak District - Off-Road Trails and Quiet Lanes" is a guidebook for the leisure cyclist, mountain biker and family rider. It is for the cyclist who values fun, good views and lunch stops over grimaces, a racing heartbeat and aching legs. It is a book of enjoyable cycle rides/5(17). Buy More Cycling without Traffic: The Midlands and Peak District by Cotton, Nick (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(8). The Peak District is perfect for cycling, with everything from challenging off-road mountain biking routes, to gentle country lanes and traffic free trails. Share your knowledge, news, offers and. Buy Mountain Bike Guide Derbyshire & the Peak District 3rd Revised edition by Tom Windsor (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on /5(4).
Beautiful road descending into Glutten Bridge. This is probably my favourite ride, not just in the Peak District, but probably in England. I like to think of it as a ride through the quiet back roads of the White Peak, the mainly Limestone valleys of the South and West of the National Park. List of sources of information on the Peak District. The best around for Peak landscape history! Up to date and and generally clearly written, although a few more maps and a glossary would make it more accessible for the casual reader (For example, Hey refers to "fothers" of lead, "mullioned" windows and "diapered" bricks without explanation). This 6km long grit stone escarpment is the largest in the Peak District and is a popular destination for rock climbers and walkers. Rolling past Stanage Edge The narrow rolling roads are a delight to ride, keeping the power down on the short ups and maintaining momentum, all whilst looking out across the Hope Valley from the elevated position. Pedal Peak District was the Peak District National Park Authority’s premier cycling development project, funded and supported by the Department for Transport and Cycling England, from December to 31 March The project was fully supported by Derbyshire County Council, High Peak Borough Council, Derbyshire Dales District Council.
There are lots of places throughout the Peak District where cycling is very easy and accessible to do. Whether you want to be close to one of the famous easy going trails, such as Tissington, or Monsal, where a cycle is a must to thoroughly enjoy a meandering bike ride or something a little more harder. Thanks, in part, to the efforts of the Peak District National Park Authority, 65 miles of traffic-free routes traverse the region, not to mention miles of cycle routes across Derbyshire, more Author: Paul Bloomfield. Peak District Cyclists [Gold C Peak] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Best Books of the Month. It is of course the hills which make the Peak District. That means cycling here can be arduous if that's what you are looking for, though with the right choice of route, it need not be. As well as the designated cycle trails mentioned below, there are many less steep, but quiet roads with stunning scenery to enjoy. For example, the Hope Valley is certainly busy, but there are parallel roads.