Cycling along the villages of the northwertern Peak, across the Edale Valley, into the plague village of Eyam, along the Monsal Trail, through Peak Dale and along the Tissington Trail, this three day cycling holiday criss crosses the Peak District, taking in some of the most picturesque sights to be seen in the national park.
Cycling on smaller road and trails, this cycling holiday gives tremendous views of Kinder Scout, Mam Tor, Edale, Hope Valley, Monsal Head, Peak Dale, and the many sights on both ther Monasal and Tissington Trail. We also pass through New Mills, Hope, Hathersage Miller's Dale, Buxton on our way to Ashbourne. This Peak District cycling holiday is a gorgeous short break that begins just 30 minutes from Manchester on the Train, but like all of our tours can be started froem either end.
* All prices per person based on two people sharing.
|DAY 1||Glossop - Hathersage||27 miles|
|DAY 2||Hathersage - Buxton||26 miles|
|DAY 3||Buxton - Ashbourne||25 miles|
Starting in Glossop this tour heads south to New Mills with great views on Kinder Scout on our left. From New Mill we head towards the national park along an old canal to Whalley Bridge and Chapel-en-le Frith, where we enter the park. We then head towards Edale, passing Blue John Cavern, onto Hope and the over to Hathersage for our first night on the tour
Day two sees us leavin Hathersage and heading south through Grindleford and Eyam, the famous plague village of the Peak District. Further south still we pick up the Monsal Trail, follow it to Miller's Dale. We then follow a local road to Peak Dale, which leads us down in Buxton, the highest market town in all of England, and our stop on day two
Day Three and we leave Buxton on our way south to pick up the Tissington Trail. On the trail we pass through Hurdlow, Parsley Hay, Hartington, Alsop, and Tissington - with its marvelous stately home and then onto Ashbourne and our destination for this trip.