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We go for many walks in the countryside - this one stands out for the beauty of the dales. The well-marked trail takes you in stunning countryside with enough challenge, with a few side trails for those who want to scramble. A bit stony in...More
These two trails are linked together and linked in the title of this review.
Arguably the Tissington trail receives most publicity forming the lengthy trail from Ashbourne towards Buxton.
However the High Peak trail is spectacular leading from Parsley Hay to Middleton.
Views are breathtaking,...More
Walked a few miles at the north of the trail. The views from the trail are stunning, so it was a wonderful place to walk the dogs on a clear morning. It's a clearly marked trail and so it's impossible to get lost. We had...More
Great for dog walking and children to run along. The roundhouse at parsley hey is particularly interesting. You do have to be mindful of cycles coming up rapidly behind, sometimes they are rather fast. Lovely scenery and beautiful county.
Walked from Cromford canal to Middleton Top and back took about three and half hours without having too rush.Quite a long incline to start with but very good walking conditions under foot as it's a old railway line.
Drove all the way from Nottingham to ride this trail, starting from Crich we headed up the two Beast climbs, just passed Middleton Top we found the sign indicating the trail was closed and there was no alternative route... A waste of time and effort...More
We parked in the car park at Tissington and walked part of the trail. the pathway is quite level and easy o walk on - you just need to be aware of cyclists also using the route. We had excellent coffee at the cafe in...More