AboutThe Tissington Trail provides a flat, traffic-free cycle route through the beautiful Peak District countryside. The picturesque, traditional Derbyshire village of Tissington is an easy three-mile cycle ride away with the end of the trail being a further 10 miles. A short ride through the tunnel (complete with railway sound effects) brings you out in Ashbourne town centre where a range of pubs, cafés and shops are available. Ashbourne is famous for its Shrove Tuesday football match where the two halves of the town play one another at football with the goals three miles apart! The Centre has a range of books, maps and cycling related products on sale and the friendly and knowledgeable staff are on hand to offer help and advice.
An emergency cycle repair service is also offered although this may not be available at all times. Car parking (pay and display - free to blue badge holders) is available on site along with refreshments, picnic tables and toilets (including disabled facilities).
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Booking & Payment Details
- Credit cards accepted (no fee)
- Dogs accepted
- Public toilets
- Children welcome
- Picnic site
- Parking with charge
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilets
Map & Directions
Ashbourne Cycle Hire is situated at the southern end of the Tissington Trail just outside Ashbourne town centre. It is accessed easily via the A515 from Buxton, the A52 from Derby or the A523/A52 from Leek
Accessible by Public Transport.