Round trip of the Peak District from Hattersley to Matlock Baths
Snake Pass. RP 7
This route starts from a McDonald's which is easily reached from a lot of towns and cities as it is at the end of the M67 motorway. It uses some of the best roads in the Peak District National Park including the famous 'Snake Pass'. Some of the roads are small and infrequently used meaning that there maybe a little grass growing in the middle of them. The roads have been chosen to offer some of the best views and experiences. The route stops for lunch or a coffee at the famous bikers meeting place of Matlock Baths, here you will find a good selection of restaurants and food shops to satisfy your needs.
I have awarded 4**** for this route - The scenery is fantastic - The roads are excellant - The attractions are good
Matlock Baths. RP 11
Ladybower Reservoir. RP 9
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