The Tissington Trail

Noted by The Guardian web site as one Britain’s best bike rides (View here) The Tissington Trail has recently undergone maintenance and upgrades to the paths ways making it even easier for all levels of walkers and cyclists. The nearby Tissington Trail follows the route of the last of the railways to be built in the Peak District in 1899.

Along the route there are various facilities in eluding car parking and picnic areas. It has great views with sections of the route being at over 1,000 in height but is still suitable for wheelchair users.