Trails

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  • Black Harry Trails

    The Black Harry Trails, almost 20km of open countryside suitable for hiking, cycling and horse riding, providing visitors with a mixed range of picturesque scenery. Black Harry Trail Map pdf Access to The Trails The Black Harry Trails can be accessed from the village of Stoney Middleton, Bakewell, or directly from the Monsal Trail. The trails… Learn more

  • Coombs Dale nature trails

    Violet mountain pansy

    The Coombs Dale nature trails highlight this superb limestone valley on the very edge of the carboniferous limestone massif. Despite being one of the least known dales in the Peak District; it is situated at the Eastern edge of the village (only a few hundred yards from Calver crossroads). Access to the dale is via a… Learn more

  • Coombs Dale walk

    An interesting hike through one of the Peak District’s least known and most attractive dales, Coombs Dale; a site of special protection for its rare flora and fauna. Leading to Black Harry Lane named after the early 18th century highwayman who preyed upon travellers across these lonely moors. The Ghost of a Scottish peddler adds… Learn more

  • Cycle the Black Harry Trails

    Black Harry Trail

    The Black Harry trails provide an opportunity to discover the unspoilt Peak District around Stoney Middleton. They offer excellent views and a variety of well draining tracks, some steep slopes and rough ground but also plenty of smooth rides The following route is provided by Peak District Cycleway Black Harry Trail Map pdf If you fancy getting away… Learn more

  • Heritage Trails of Stoney Middleton

    Heritage trails of Stoney Middleton map

    The heritage trails of Stoney Middleton will lead you on a remarkable journey of discovery, two short walks in and around the village. Taking in all its rich and fascinating heritage, quaint back streets, listed buildings, old cottages, famous crags and caves, as well as panoramic vistas of the stunning Peak District National Park, past industries, fascinating… Learn more

  • Jacobs Ladder

    Jackobs Ladder

    The picture captures Jacobs Ladder as it once was. The path leads from the village to Eyam up a track found by following the road past the Bathhouse and the cemetery. It is an ancient pack horse trail and was probably cobbled, this is evidenced from the stones that still remain on the track. Today the track… Learn more

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  • Mountain Biking in and around Stoney Middleton

    Track to Eyam from Stoney Middleton

    The trails in and around Stoney Middleton are all suitable for mountain bikes. The routes are steep in places and would therefore offer some challenges. They are quiet and traffic free, and offer some excellent scenery of the National Park.   Here is a good mountain bike circuit around Stoney Middleton provided by A Taste of… Learn more

  • Promotional video by Just Dynamic from Hallam University

    Sheffield Hallam University Venture Matrix organisation have been interested in the Stoney Middleton heritage project for sometime. In the autumn of 2013 a group of students who called themselves Just Dynamic took the challenge as part of their studies and came to Stoney Middleton. Their task was to create a short promotional video of the… Learn more

  • Promotional video by Steelideas from Hallam University

    Sheffield Hallam University Venture Matrix organisation have been interested in the Stoney Middleton heritage project for some time. In the autumn of 2013 a group of students who called themselves Steelideas took the challenge as part of the studies and came to Stoney Middleton. Their task was to create a short promotional video of the village,… Learn more

  • Stoney Middleton walk to Eyam and back

    Splendid views and regular reminders of the terrible hardships endured by the neighbouring village of Eyam, make this a very special walk. The first part of the walk leads you down to the River Derwent for a short stroll along the riverbank, before turning west at Froggatt Bridge and climbing steadily up towards Eyam. Walk… Learn more