Ripley Greenway

Grey Squirrel Ripley Greenway is an off road multi-user route for cyclists, walkers and horse riders.
The site was created by the recovery of the disused Ripley Colliery and Ripley branch railway between 1974 and 1977 to give a lined route with nearby areas of open greenspace and plantations at Ripley and Marehay.

The main path was then improved and the Greenway now has a tarmac surface and street lighting from Outram Street south to Lumb Farm. Various items of community artwork are installed along the route.

Facilities available

  • FootpathYes
  • Bridleway/Horse riding trailYes
  • Picnic areaNo
  • Woodland with public accessNo
  • Wildlife areaNo
  • MuseumNo
  • Light refreshmentsNo
  • ParkingNo
  • ToiletsNo
  • Easy access for allNo
  • On-site informationNo
  • Camping/Caravan siteNo
  • Children's play areaNo
  • GardensNo
  • Nature trailNo
  • Events areaNo
  • Cycle pathYes

Contact details

Address
Unknown
Telephone
Call Derbyshire 08 456 058 058
Email
countrysideservice@derbyshire.gov.uk