- 1 How long does it take to cycle the Monsal Trail?
- 2 Can you cycle in Chatsworth Park?
- 3 Can you cycle the Monsal Trail?
- 4 Is the Tissington Trail suitable for road bikes?
- 5 Is the Monsal Trail flat?
- 6 How many tunnels are in the Monsal Trail?
- 7 How much is entry to Chatsworth House?
- 8 Is parking free at Chatsworth?
- 9 Can you swim in Chatsworth River?
- 10 Where is Monsal Dale?
- 11 Is Monsal Trail open?
- 12 Is the High Peak Trail open?
- 13 How long does it take to walk the Tissington Trail?
- 14 How long is the Tissington Trail?
- 15 How long is the manifold trail?
How long does it take to cycle the Monsal Trail?
How long is the Monsal Trail and how long does it take to ride it? The trail is nearly 8 miles to the end from the hire centre. How long it takes is up to you. If you travel at a brisk pace to the end and back with limited stops to enjoy the view you can do it in under two hours.
Can you cycle in Chatsworth Park?
Bicycles are only allowed on the public road (B6012) through the park, on the bridlepath from Calton Lees to Edensor and on tarmac roads on the estate. Footpaths across the moor, east of Stand Wood, are open for most of the year. The Chatsworth House Trust reserves the right to close the footpaths occasionally.
Can you cycle the Monsal Trail?
The Monsal Trail is a traffic free route for walkers, cyclists, horse riders and wheelchair users through some of the Peak District’s most spectacular limestone dales. The trail runs along the former Midland Railway line for 8.5 miles between Blackwell Mill, in Chee Dale and Coombs Road, at Bakewell.
Is the Tissington Trail suitable for road bikes?
Following the route of the former Buxton to Ashbourne railway line, the Tissington Trail runs from Ashbourne to Parsley Hay. The traffic-free trail is ideal for walkers, cyclists and horse riders and is mostly flat apart from a relatively steep incline at Mappleton.
Is the Monsal Trail flat?
Cycling the Monsal Trail
The route is flat, though if you’re heading from Bakewell you’ll be cycling up a very slight incline, so just bear in mind that it will be quicker when you cycle back.
How many tunnels are in the Monsal Trail?
The trail has numerous landmarks including Headstone Viaduct, Cressbrook Mill, Litton Mill and Hassop railway station, and passes through six tunnels.
How much is entry to Chatsworth House?
2020 Chatsworth group pricing
|1 August to 6 November 2020|
|House & garden after 2pm (exc. bank holiday weekends and RHS 11-14 June)||£16.50||£9|
|Last minute house & garden bookings after 2pm (Less than one week to visit exc. bank holiday weekends)||£17.50||£10|
|Garden only (exc. bank holiday weekends)||£12||£6|
Is parking free at Chatsworth?
House car park
If you have purchased a ticket to the house, garden and/or farmyard, parking is included. You do not need a separate car park ticket.
Can you swim in Chatsworth River?
1. Chatsworth, River Derwent. On a long sweep of the majestic River Derwent, this swim is all about Chatsworth House looming in the background and its surrounding park, designed by Capability Brown in the 1760s. The bank slides gently into the water, with a sandy bed that makes getting in and out nice and easy.
Where is Monsal Dale?
Monsal Dale is a valley in Derbyshire, England, in the White Peak limestone area of the Peak District National Park. It is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) (1) and part of a Europe-wide network called Natura 2000.
Is Monsal Trail open?
Monsal Trail – March 2021
A section of the Monsal Trail will be closed for maintenance work, on weekdays only for two weeks, from 8 March, 2021. Remaining parts of the Trail will still be available for use. The trail will be closed to all users in the following area: The full length of Cressbrook Tunnel.
Is the High Peak Trail open?
It’s open every day in June, July and August and at weekends and school holidays from April until the end of October. For more information tel: 01629 533294.
How long does it take to walk the Tissington Trail?
|21.2 km||156 m||4-5 hours – walking, plus return|
How long is the Tissington Trail?
The Tissington Trail runs for 13 miles from Parsley Hay (53.1706°N 1.7828°W) in the north to Ashbourne (53.0196°N 1.7397°W) in the south.
How long is the manifold trail?
Some 8 miles (13 km) in length, it runs from Hulme End (53.1307°N 1.8480°W) in the north to Waterhouses (53.0480°N 1.8654°W) in the south, mostly through the Manifold Valley and the valley of its only tributary, the River Hamps, following the route of the former Leek and Manifold Valley Light Railway, a 2 ft 6 in (762