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Great for cyclists and walkers

A great use of an abandoned railway track with refreshment points on the way, Pubs and tea rooms... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Bilbotraveller
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Nottingham, United Kingdom
Brilliant cycle ride

Great for cycling walking and horse riding,opportunity to turn around at different points. Pub... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
J2674SBhelenk
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Colchester, United Kingdom
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Peak District National Park, England
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Reviewed 4 days ago

A great use of an abandoned railway track with refreshment points on the way, Pubs and tea rooms just a short walk from the trail.

Thank Bilbotraveller
Reviewed 1 week ago

Great for cycling walking and horse riding,opportunity to turn around at different points. Pub called The Old Dog, greatstopping point

Thank J2674SBhelenk
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The magic of the high Peak Trail is the wonderful rolling vistas. The section from the Mininglow Car Park north to Hurdlow is especially enticing. To the east are are fine trees that mark the line of an old Roman road and to the north...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

An excellent day out for anyone who would like to see the countryside in the Peak District. We went from Parsley Hay all the way to Cromford Mills absolutely lovely. The bikes we hired were so good it made the cycling really easy and fun....More

Thank Nicola R
Reviewed 1 week ago

I loved my two days on the trail ... earlier in the week I ran from Ashbourne almost to Tissington (slight uphill all the way out) and today I combined the Milldale - Dovedale hike with the trail, crossing over Thorpe village. Wonderful walking ......More

Thank Lorna K
Reviewed 1 week ago

Went here to with our dog walked over 4 miles, nice and flat lovely country side to look at and plenty to see.

Thank Jane H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Having seen a brochure of the village my friend and I visited the village. It is at one end of the trail and is a pretty peacefull spot. It is easy to stroll around and there is a tea shop, an old fashioned sweet shop,...More

1  Thank Troubles2016
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were walking but there were cycles available for hire at reasonable cost. A nice cafe and loos. Ample parking and miles of picturesque pathways to travel at your own pace. Will return to do some more

Thank PDPachus
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Enjoyed this relatively easy cycle trail surrounded by beautiful countryside. Never far from somewhere to stop for a snack and a drink. Good gravel surface makes it comfortable for cycling but also lovely for walking along too.

Thank 118Christine
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Great for a family cycle route. Nice coffee stop at the beginning/end. Good cycling path. Lovely countryside along the way

Thank Jayne9982
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zeph b
4 May 2018|
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Response from Tryingtobeawriter | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I would say better to do parsley hay to Ashbourne as this is downhill, however when it comes to the gradient it doesn't really matter as it isn't very challenging/noticeable until you get to the stone quarry.
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