The latest access arrangements at Lyme are now available and can be viewed below. Please feel free to share. You can download a high resolution version for printing here.
The National Trust Lyme Estate near Disley is a popular spot with multiple user-groups, but has limited official access for cycling. We’ve previously reported on the excellent consultative efforts by the National Trust, cyclists and the user groups, lead by National Trust Cycle Trails Transition Officer Graham Clark. This advocacy effort continues to deliver broader access for cyclists on the estate, which is no mean feat due to the complex land management issues.
This improved access for cyclists is part of a bigger drive for improved access generally at Lyme. Have a look here at the plans to improve car parking and the Timberyard areas at Lyme in the coming years.
This is advocacy in action. Peak District MTB applaud Graham and the National Trust for the excellent ongoing work in opening more options for Peak District mountain bikers.