Derbyshire is excellent walking territory with a huge variety of opportunities to explore our stunning countryside, historic towns and villages, canals, rivers and much more.
We manage and maintain a wide range of specially designed walks and trails and they offer many opportunities for walking.
You can use our trails for walking, cycling and horse riding. Many of our trails follow disused railway lines, so provide easy walking and riding, often suitable for disabled people.
A footpath that runs along the in-filled Pinxton branch of the Cromford Canal from near Codnor Park Reservoir at Ironville to north of Main Road at Pye Bridge.
Ripley Greenway is an off road multi-user route for cyclists, walkers and horse riders. Various items of community artwork are installed along the route.
The Sett Valley Trail is a 2.5 mile recreational trail for walkers, cyclists and horse riders linking New Mills and Hayfield.
The Silverhill Trail is one of the trails that make up the Phoenix Greenways and offers great opportunities for walking, cycling and horse riding.
The Stockley Trail is a 2 mile trail for walkers, cyclists and horse riders which links Peter Fidler Reserve, Carr Vale Nature Reserve and Stockley Pond
The Trans Pennine Trail is a multi-user trail that is great all year round for walkers, cyclists and wheelchair users.
This nature reserve used to be a mineral railway line and is a great place for a quiet walk. You'll see the remains of railway arches and mine buildings.
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