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: Theddingworth, Harborough
Place type: Village
Location: Grid Ref: SP 6656 8575 • X/Y co-ords: 466567, 285757 • Lat/Long: 52.4657,-1.02160788
County/Unitary Authority: Leicestershire
Region: East Midlands
OS Explorer map: 223: Northampton & Market Harborough
Women's Tour Stage 2 Hinkley - Bedford...
Other route: 124.2km, Difficulty: Energetic
rutland and the lake
Walking route: 104.1km, Difficulty: Moderate
Enterprise to home via canal and Sainsburys Narborough Rd...
Walking route: 5.3km, Difficulty: Leisurely
27 miles bike
Walking route: 43.7km, Difficulty: Leisurely
Other route: 35.4km, Difficulty: Leisurely
18 miles bike ride
Other route: 29.5km, Difficulty: Leisurely
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Pagetts Cottage, in STOKE ALBANY
Sleeps: 2, Bedrooms: 1
Charming single-storey pet-friendly cottage near great village pub, lovely walks and cycle tracks. Perfect Stoke Albany cottage for romantic retreat surrounded by beautiful countryside.
Stables Cottage, in UPPINGHAM
Sleeps: 6, Bedrooms: 3
A spacious, refreshingly decorated cottage based near a stable in the tranquil village of East Norton. Astonishing views. Large bedrooms. Modern kitchen/diner.
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.