Maps

Online mapping

Plan your cycle journey online using Cyclestreets planning tool here. A choice of quickest/quietest, gradient profiles and turn by turn directions.

Paper maps

The Campaign publishes its own printed cycle map of Chesterfield. These are available free of charge at the Tourist Information Centre, near the Crooked Spire. When the Campaign has a stall we always have a stock of maps available. Contact the secretary if you are not able to pick one up in Chesterfield. Download a pdf file of the map here.

Ride Leaflets

No 1 Hipper Holmebrook Triangular Trail

No 2 Hipper Valley Trail

No 3 Holmebrook Valley Trail

 

Other online maps

Cycle Stands and Lockers in Chesterfield

Interactive map of Chesterfield town centre showing cycle routes and parking

Printable map of the Stonegravels Way

Cycle Derbyshire Map

Schematic map of Chesterfield Cycle Network - downloadable pdf file or jpg image

 

LEISURE ROUTES IN DERBYSHIRE, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE AND SOUTH YORKSHIRE

Carsington Water: A hilly 8-mile circular route around a Severn Trent Water reservoir.  Mainly off-road with a short section along quiet roads.

Five Pits Trail: A 5.5 to 7.5 mile trail which also connects with the Teversal Trail via the Silverhill Greenway.

Monsal Trail: A 8.5 mile route from Bakewell to Wye, following part of the old Midland Railway and taking in a number of tunnels that were re-opened to walkers, cyclists and horse riders in May 2011.

Robin Hood Way - Creswell Crags to Clumber Park: A picturesque 6.5 mile off-road route through long stretches of woodland finishing at the National Trust's Clumber Park.  Crossing National Cycle Network Route 6, the ride can also be diverted southwards towards Sherwood Forest and Sherwood Pines for a longer ride.

Sherwood Pines Forest Park: A selection of routes is available within the park including 3-mile family trail (suitable for trailers), 6-mile adventure trail, plus off-road mountain bike and descender tracks.  The park also connects with Vicar Water Country Park and National Cycle Network Route 6, offering much longer rides as well.

Teversal Trail: An easy 4-mile circuit along disused railway tracks, with an additional branch leading close to Hardwick Hall.  Connects with the Five Pits Trail via the Silverhill Greenway for an extended ride.

Trans Pennine Trail - Chesterfield to Rother Valley Country Park: An easy, level route along the canal tow path and disused railway line.  Around 10 miles, with a branch off to Poolsbrook Country Park and Arkwright Town.

Upper Derwent Valley: Starting from Fairholmes Visitor Centre, a 12-mile circular route around Derwent and Howden Reservoirs.  Additional bridleways adjoin the route for an extended ride.

White Peak Trails and Cycle Routes: Covering Tissington Trail, High Peak Trail, Carsington Water, Manifold Track and Dove Valley.  An extensive network of trails including a circular route of around 30 miles.  Long sections follow disused railway tracks and have good surfaces with gentle inclines.

 

MAPPING FOR OTHER AREAS

The Campaign maintains a stock of cycle maps for many of the local areas around Chesterfield, contact the secretary if you would like any of them. We usually have maps for Derby, Sheffield, Nottingham - South and North, Mansfield area and some more distant places. Cheltenham was the first town to produce a new kind of cycle map - one which grades every road according to how cycle friendly it is. The Warrington map has been produced in this way, an online version is available here. Is this a better map than the traditional cycle map?

Sheffield

Click here to download Sheffield map .  This is a very large map - if you want to print a smaller section, zoom into it on your screen then select 'Current View' in the Print dialogue box.

London

Transport for London produces free maps with free postage for the whole of London. Visit the website for details of ordering.

Troyes, France

Chesterfields twin town in France, Troyes, has a purpose built cycle route out into the countryside past a large lake. There is a page about it on the local departments website here.

Additionally we have two pdf files of information;

Velovoie

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