The countryside around Hartington is simply stunning and the village proves a popular base from which walkers and cyclists explore this corner of the Peak District. Many books and websites provide useful walking guides to the area.
Some are listed below.
Peak District National Park – Tissington Trail – walking and cycling routes along the former railway line passing Hartington at Hartington Station where there is Pay and Display Parking. See the link for more details ad a downloadable pdf map of the trail.
Peak District National Park – High Peak Trail – passing closeby Hartington where it joins the Tissington Trail between Parsley Hay and Hartington Station. More details of the walk on the link.
Let’s Go Peak District website walks : Hartington Dales 5 miles
Let’s Go Peak District website walks : Dales of the River Dove 8 miles
Let’s Go Peak District website walks: Dragon’s Back 6.5 miles
Visorando Walks: many of the next three links overlap
Hartington Town Quarter Walks, 19 in total
Hartington Nether Quarter Walks, 17 in total
Hartington Middle Quarter Walks, 20 in total
Cycling in and around Hartington is easy along the National Cycle Routes and the Tissington and High Peak Trails but can extend to the more adventurous Explorer Cycle Routes and to the extended routes which can be tackled over several days. Hartington has both the National Cycle Network Routes 548 & 549 passing by the Hartington Hall Youth Hostel.
visitpeakdistrict.com cycle rides – Cycling Around Ashboure Range of cycle rides with difficult ranging from Easy to Difficult
Manifold Valley Hills and Dales – starting and finishing at Parsley Hay Cycle Hire
All walks and cycle routes on this page are provided by external website providers and are there as a guide to what is available in the area, not a recommendation. hartingtonvillage.com can accept no responsibility for the nature nor for the accuracy of the content provided by external websites. Users of these external weblinks do so at their own risk.