The Peak District and Derbyshire is one of the UK's most popular walking and cycling destinations, with footpaths and trails galore. Discover town trails, gentle riverside rambles, high moorland hikes and circular walking routes starting in the Peak District and Derbyshire, plus plenty of accessible walks for all abilities.
Whether you’re looking for road cycling, mountain biking or gentle traffic-free cycle trails, Derbyshire has over 260 miles of traffic-free cycle routes to explore and there are plenty of circular cycle trails in Derbyshire for everyone to enjoy.
Find some of the best walking and cycling trails in the Peak District and Derbyshire below.
Discover the southern gateway to the Derwent Valley Milld World Heritage Site.
Explore rolling countryside taking in the Georgian architecture of Ashbourne and visit traditional estate villages.
Cycle a stunning 18 miles along this iconic traffic route near Bakewell.
Experience Dark Peak villages and gritstone edges on this 13 mile cycle route.
If you’re after a relaxing walk which allows you to soak up some of the Peak District’s natural beauty, without climbing a single hill, the walk to…
This lovely walk takes you out of Bolsover on quiet footpaths, offering wonderful views over the surrounding open countryside.
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