Cycling

Downloadable Cycle Trails

  • Derwent Valley

    Grade: Moderate Distance: 18 miles (28.9km) Time: 2 hours
    Set amid a landscape of moorland and vast reservoirs, this cycle ride circumnavigates the Howden, Derwent and Ladybower reservoirs providing some spectacular views.

  • Edale Valley

    Grade: Hard Distance: 16 miles (25km) Time: 4 hours
    Starting at Barber Booth near Edale, this challenging circuit explores the country around the Edale Valley, and displays some of the best views in the Peak District.

  • Hope Valley

    Grade: Moderate Distance: 20 miles (32.1km) Time: 2 hours
    Enjoy a great day out on this cycle trail through the beautiful Hope and Derwent Valleys in the Peak District, Derbyshire.

Derwent Cycle Hire

Cycle hire is available from the Peak District National Park Authorities base at Fairholmes in the Upper Derwent Valley; close to a wide range of both easy going and challenging routes for cyclists.

Pedal Peak District

Discover the benefits of cycling with Pedal Peak District

Discover the benefits of cycling with Pedal Peak District

Run by the Peak District National Park Authority to help you discover the benefits of cycling. Their site provides free information, support and incentives to encourage you to enjoy cycling.

Ride your bike to the Penny Pot and enjoy a hearty brunch © Mat Robinson

Ride your bike to the Penny Pot and enjoy a hearty brunch

Penny Pot Cafe, Edale

With the bike racks outside and hot, hearty food and drink inside, it is the perfect place for a bite to eat.

Cyclist (pedal or motor), walker or visitor, everyone is welcome at the Penny Pot, Station Approach, Edale, Derbyshire S33 7ZA, 01433 670293.

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