Additional Event Information
Approximately 8.5 miles starting from Hartington Station this very scenic route includes sections of the Tissington Trail before moving onto the tracks and country lanes around Biggin and Hartington. The highlight is a lovely bridleway up Biggin Dale which offers a good canter stretch if all riders are happy to do so. There is fabulous scenery to enjoy throughout the route. With good verges on the trails there are also some opportunities to canter here where pedestrian and cycle traffic permits.
View the route demo video here: https://youtu.be/7DulztF5faE
The Tissington trail is multi-user so it is likely walkers with dogs and cyclists will be encountered.
Trails and tracks are likely to be finished with limestone hardcore or gravel and may be stony underfoot.
There is one short sharp descent down a slightly rocky slope.
Livestock may be encountered both along and beside the route and it may be necessary to pass through them.
Portions of the route utilise green lanes where off road bikes and 4x4 vehicles are occasionally encountered.
There is a small amount of road work on quiet country lanes.
Some gates on this route have narrow or restricted openings.
Parking is pay and display with maximum charges of £7 for horseboxes for all day.
Group sizes are limited to 6 plus guide. All riders must have their own BHS gold or equivalent public liability insurance and all under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
Payment of £35 per person secures your place. For more info please contact by phone, email or Facebook. Bookings can be made using the following link: