Peak District Goldeneye Cycling Map
The Peak District is a remarkable place – from the north, the upturned horseshoe of high, gritstone moors and crags of the Dark Peak extend southwards to the east and west of the contrasting limestone plateau of the softer pastoral landscape of the White Peak itself incised by the valleys of the Derbyshire Dales. These differing landscapes offer some of the best country lane cycling in Britain.
In the Tissington, Manifold and High Peak Trails, the White Peak has some of the longest converted railway tracks in the country. A great way for families and inexperienced cyclists to enjoy traffic-free cycling.
The Peak District Goldeneye Cycling Map
• Matt laminated for foul-weather protection
• Ideal scale for touring (1:100,000)
• 16 circular routes overprinted on the Map
• Traffic-Free Family Cycling Trails: Five Pits Trail, High Peak Trail, Manifold Track, Middlewood Way, Monsal Trail, Sett Valley Trail and the Tissington Trail.
• National Cycle Network routes: The Pennine Cycleway, NCN 68, The Trans Pennine Trail, NCN 62 and the Derby to Burton link, NCN54, all cross the Peak District. • 9 Cycle Hire Centres
More information here: Cycling in the Peak District and Derbyshire