British Heart Foundation lends its voice to our cause

Many of the members of Peak District MTB are keen participants in the British Heart Foundation (BHF) Peak District Ride. We contacted the BHF to better understand if the works currently being undertaken by DCC on the high moorland trails would have any effect upon the event in the future. The response was quite unequivocal: […]

Whinstone Lee Tor Resurfacing – UPDATE

Last week we posted some news on track resurfacing on Whinstone Lee Tor but there has been a little confusion about exactly where this maintenance will be taking place. To confirm, it is the footpath from Whinstone Lee Tor up towards the Salt Cellars, from grid reference SK198874 to SK196893. Being a footpath there is […]

Whinstone Lee Tor Resurfacing

The Whinstone Lee Tor permissive path that runs along Derwent Edge is to be resurfaced beginning mid-October. The land owner and farming tenant have commissioned Moors for the Future Partnership, based in Edale, to carry out the work on Moscar Moor along a 2.5km stretch which will be a combination of gritstone aggregate and pitching […]

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Stanage Long Causeway – Talking Pays Dividends

A quick recap of the situation at Stanage and the Long Causeway: the starting position before anyone engaged with Derbyshire County Council (DCC) was that DCC saw the need to resurface the causeway along and up towards Stanage pole. This may have been the result of a Section 56 notice, but we have no confirmation. […]

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