Pennine Cycleway (Peak District)

Peak District: Photo From Alan Green

Route Details

  • Route: Derby to Holmfirth via Ashbourne and Buxton
  • Distance: 80 miles
  • National Cycle Network: Routes 6, 62, 67 and 68

Route Description

The Pennine Cycleway is a long distance route between Derby and Berwick-upon-Tweed. The first (or last) stage of the route is between Derby and Holmfirth and is known as the Pennine Cycleway - Peak District. This section includes the popular traffic-free Tissington and Longdendale Trails and links to and includes part of the High Peak Trail (starting in Cromford).

Maps

Sustrans' regional cycle maps cover this part of the route:

Route links

The Pennine Cycleway (Peak District) links to Pennine Cycleway (South Pennines), Derby to York, Trans Pennine Trail West, South Midlands Cycle RouteWest Midlands Cycle Route.

Latitude: 
53.19842344789596
Longitude: 
-1.5209202373047237
Zoom level: 
10
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Map shows the National Cycle Network and local routes in this area.

Region:

The Pennine Cycleway is a long distance route between Derby and Berwick-upon-Tweed. The first (or last) stage of the route is between Derby and Holmfirth and is known as the Pennine Cycleway - Peak District.

Length: 
80 miles