Cycling for all in the Peak District
The Peak District National Park is a fantastic place to cycle, with routes suitable for all ages and abilities.
Name: Lightwood, North East Derbyshire (S8 8BG)
Place type: Woodland Or Forest
Location: Grid Ref: SK 3792 8191 • X/Y co-ords: 437926, 381915 • Lat/Long: 53.3328,-1.43196666
District: North East Derbyshire
County/Unitary Authority: Derbyshire
Region: East Midlands
OS Explorer map: 278: Sheffield & Barnsley
White Peak Challenge | WhitePeakChallengeWalk
Walking route: 42.4km, Difficulty: Energetic
Walking route: 283.6km, Difficulty: Leisurely
Peter and Imogen from Grindleford
Walking route: 12.3km, Difficulty: Moderate
Other route: 52.6km, Difficulty: Energetic
3 Legs - Day 1
Walking route: 23.6km, Difficulty: Leisurely
Baslow to Calver
Walking route: 24.9km, Difficulty: Moderate
Use the map type in the top left to choose OS Explorer for walking maps, or OS landranger for cycling or driving maps.
The Old Robin Hood, in HOLMESFIELD
Sleeps: 15, Bedrooms: 5
Wonderful Grade ll listed former coaching inn on edge of Peak National Park, close to village of Holmesfield. First class accommodation, outstanding views. Games room, hot tub. Bakewell 10 miles.
The Loft, in MILLTHORPE
Sleeps: 7, Bedrooms: 3
Magnificent detached conversion with unusual layout near Baslow. Character accommodation. Breathtaking views, private hot tub and sauna. Near Chatsworth House. Bakewell 9 miles.
Clematis Cottage, in BASLOW
Sleeps: 4, Bedrooms: 2
A lovely, detached Baslow cottage with original features and character charm. A cosy, welcoming Baslow cottage close to the Chatsworth Estate, beautiful walks and nearby Bakewell.
Afternoon tea hotspots in the Peak District National Park
If you’ve spent the morning walking the many hills of the Peak District, you’ll more than likely be in need of some energy replenishment. There’s a huge variety of eateries to choose from, but we think you can’t go wrong with a traditional afternoon tea.