The publication is A4 (210 x 297mm) in size and is printed on extremely tough, waterproof paper. On one side is the mountain bike map and on the reverse are the text descriptions of the suggested routes.
All the off roads in the area are shown and includes surface descriptions, technical gradings, indicators for how tough the hill climbs are, spot heights along the trails and useful features such as gates, pubs and cafes.
This magical area of the Peak District includes wild hidden valleys, great views, varied off road - from nerve jangling rocky singletrack descents, testing climbs, stony and grassy tracks, to valley passes and river crossings. Plus you have the highest village in England, the meeting of three counties at the scenic Three Shire Heads and an area which is abundant in wildlife.
The Mountain Bike Routes
It shows all the off roads in the area with surface descriptions, technical gradings, uphill indicators, spot heights and useful features such as gates, cafes and pub locations.
These are our suggestions which are arrowed on the map and described on the reverse. They are aimed at intermediate to experienced mountain bikers.
An old Packhorse Way. Bumpy off-roads descents, tricky ford crossings, classic uphill off-road climbs (just steep enough and with enough obstacles to see what prowess you have!). Blueberry lined paths, tiny lanes, a hollering singletrack descent, remote valleys, fantastic views, and a long downhill white knuckle finale with possibly 'heart in your mouth' moments!
This reverses some of the off roads used in Wallabies' Revenge, includes other trails, idyllic lanes and dead end roads to give a very different ride to Wallabies Revenge.
Use the map to adapt the mountain bike routes as required - eg shorten or lengthen, or to make your own route up.