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Photo listing: tracks (misc)

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Mountain bikes maybe, but forget about road bikes here. Not happening.

A bit rough at this point but perfectly ridable on a road bike. The rest of the road is nice and smooth and a good alternative to riding up the A560.

Descending from Mezna (near the famous Pravcická brána / Prebischtor Gate) to Hrensko avoiding the busy (but smooth) route 21.

Entrance to Long Lane public byway from St Michaels Lane

Salford approach to bridge over Irwell - after mud and overhanging branches have been cleared.

Public bridleway from Apperley Bridge to Guiseley.

Original course of the Chesterfield Canal, the Brindley Loops.

Original route of the Chesterfield Canal, the Brindley loops

Trail linking Warsop / Langwith area with Meden Vale / Cuckney. Quite a sandy surface, only really suitable for Mtb.

Trails linking Spital with Hady.

Path from Palterton to Hillstown

Farm track /footpath that provides off road access from Shuttlewood to Woodthorpe /Markham Vale /Seymour area

Footpath from Palterton to Hillstown, the best off road alternative to the fast road which runs parallel

Trail at Shirebrook Wood

Footpath between Hillstown and Scarcliffe

Gang Lane, Scarcliffe

Well used footpath between Scarcliffe and Stony Houghton

Footpath between Scarcliffe and Stony Houghton, at the side of Roseland Wood

Footpath at Stony Houghton

Footpath at Stony Houghton leading onto Scarcliffe

Bridleway linking the old railway line with Langwith

Bridleway between Warsop and Langwith, was old railway line, quite sludgy at times, can tell the route served a colliery due to the coal dust on the trail.

Bridleway that was former railway line, a good off road route, a few big puddles though.

Singletrack path that links Meden Vale village up with Cuckney / Langwith area

Path at the rear of Meden Vale village..

Path leading to Meden Vale village, from Hazel Gap

Path from Hazel Gap to Meden Vale, great off road access from Clumber Park to Meden Vale with just a couple of road crossings. Good track too.

Byway to Norton from Hazel Gap, a great off road link that connects to the existing cycle network

Ancient holloway through the Welbeck estate on the wonderfully named Drinking Pit Lane. The best off road route to Clumber Park from the Creswell area.

Ballast on Oxcroft branch line

Oxcroft branch line

Poulterwell Lane, where the water runs across the lane from Poulter well and forms the start of the river Poulter

Church Road, otherwise known as Stanfree Lane, links Stanfree with Shuttlewood Road Bolsover, cutting out main roads through Shuttlewood.

Old farm track that served Field Farm at Holbrook, track went to what is now the south entrance to Rother Valley from the TPT

Old railway line that connects Arkwright with the TPT

Farm track looking towards Longcourse Lane, taken February 2021

Bridleway towards Cock Alley

Bridleway on the route of an old railway line

Bridleway, muddy in the dip

Bridleway, was formerly the route of a railway line to Heath.

Longcourse Lane

Stone bridge over old LDECR railway cutting, now filled in on one side

Single-track but plenty of room

path though woods, currently a footpath but used by many cyclists

Path through woods, used by many cyclists

Path towards Shirebrook

Wide track between woodlands, used by cyclists

Track through woodland, used by cyclists to get from Langwith to Scarcliffe

path linking Shirebrook and Langwith with Scarcliffe

Singletrack through edge of woodland

path through woods

Historic market square

Start of the Brunstane Burn path

Approach to Torness

Aquaduct where the Trent and Mersey Canal crosses over the River Dove

Great quiet track through Marston on Dove

The surface is a little forgotten but it's quite a nice ride along the Manchester, Bolton and Bury Canal. Access needs to be improved though.

A slightly wobbly but otherwise usable track between Heywood and Rochdale Road. The views are very nice.

Old lane up to Bentinck Road. The terraced houses were built for Oxcroft Colliery, and the lane was used by the miners to get to work until the colliery closed in the 1970s.

Footpath between hill top/Woodhouse Lane and Chesterfield Road

Blind Lane, quite picturesque with stream down side of road

Blind Lane

Footpath through trees

Bolsover Colliery tip, some nice trails on here, plus great views of the Castle

Trail on Bolsover pit tip

Access to five pits trail from Heath

Footpath towards five pits trail from Heath Village

Footpath towards five pits trail from Heath Village

Footpath from Heath to five pits trail

Ramcroft trail

Ramcroft trail

Disused railway line that provides a great alternative to the footpath through the fields up to Heath from the Stockley Trail

Access to "Ramcroft Trail" then onto Stockley Trail, using side of field that isn't used for crops. Ramcroft trial is an old Railway line that served Ramcroft Colliery until the 1960s, complete with flat concrete topped stone bridge over … [more]

Public footpath up to Heath from Stockley Trail

Footpath towards Stockley Trail from Heath

Footpath down side of field, and alongside of M1 up to Heath from Stockley trail

Footpath down side of field between Heath and Stockley Trail

Footpath through fields towards Heath from Stockley trail

Footpath up to Heath from Stockley Trail

Footpath towards Stockley Trail from Heath (it's a better route to use the farmers track at the side of the field that go through the middle of the field in my experience)

Footpath up to Heath Village from Stockley Trail

Public footpath from Heath to Stockley Trail

Church Road looking towards Shuttlewood Road

Church Road, a decent surface here

Path on Church Road, needs improving to make it easier to cycle on.

Overgrown pathway on Church Road, flatter than the proper path which has deep ruts but needs some TLC to make it easier to bike on. Unfortunately this lane suffers due to motorbike use.

Trail looking towards Duckmanton

Trail to Arkwright

Trail between Duckmanton and Arkwright

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