Peak District MTB Project 22% Form

Project 22% form

Peak District MTB is campaigning to double the legitimate, rideable paths in the Peak District National Park from the current 11% to the national level of 22%. It’s the first, logical step to better access for all. Check out our story here for more info. We’d like to hear from you as to which paths […]

Project 22% FAQs

22% FAQs

What is project 22%? The 22% project is our focus on increasing the rideable rights of way network in the Peak District rom the current level of 11% to match the national average of 22%. Basically, it’s our drive to double the amount of bridleways in the national park. Why not 100%? We do want 100% access, […]

Project 2026 – So you want to upgrade a footpath to a bridleway?

We have been promoting the Project 2026 activity at Peak District MTB to ensure that we don’t lose any Rights of Way and that routes are upgraded (and protected) based on physical and historical information. The BHS promoted website shows routes that have been identified by users that they think should be upgraded to Public […]

Rushup Edge and accessible trails

Over the last few years Peak District MTB have been campaigning against Derbyshire County Council’s proposed work on the Chapel Gate / Rushup Edge byway. http://peakdistrictmtb.org/rushup-watch-have-dcc-strayed-off-the-beaten-track/. One of the initial reasons given for this work was that it would make it more accessible for people with disabilities. Peak District MTB believe this is not justified […]

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