News from the Trail

News from the Trail

Trail news

Due to recent heavy rain the section of the Pennine Bridleway known as Tunshill Lane, close to Piethorn Reservoir, has become badly eroded. We ...
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A new map of rides using the Pennine Bridleway and featuring a 110 mile 'Pike to Peak' circular route, linking the famous landmarks ...
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Derbyshire County Council have pulled out all the stops and five weeks after a lorry hit a bridge carrying the High Peak trail, they have replaced ...
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 Barring any unforeseen problems the full length of the High Peak Trail should be back open for the Spring Bank Holiday week.Longcliffe BridgeA ...
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Over 30 new fingerposts have been installed on the Mary Towneley Loop.  The 47 mile long loop was the first section of the Pennine Bridleway ...
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LongcliffeA section of the High Peak Trail is currently closed after a bridge carrying the trail over the B5056 at Longcliffe was hit by a lorry ...
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Following a collision there has been significant damage to the listed railway bridge in Longcliffe that carries the High Peak Trail and the Pennine ...
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Hopton tunnel is currently open and is being monitored for rock/ metal falls. Further work is required to ensure that the tunnel is safe in the longer ...
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Cycle maintenance area
We’ve recently made an improvement to facilities on the High Peak Trail section of the Pennine Bridleway at Parsley Hay. We’ve ...
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We welcome events on the Pennine Bridleway as they are a great way to introduce people to the trail and the fantastic landscapes that it passes through.We ...
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