White Peak Trails by e-Bike

Peak District National Park

The experience

Join a National Park Ranger on a guided cycle-tour by electric bike. Enjoy traffic-free cycle trails and minor roads on the National Cycle Network. Cycle on former railways, passing through the beautiful limestone landscape of the White Peak region. Discover local history and visit the oldest working winding engine in the world, which is part of the UNESCO Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site. Visit an English Estate and enjoy a traditional pub lunch. The tour ends with a visit to an ancient hilltop burial site with fabulous vistas.

Travel Trade Contact

Peak District National Park Authority

Aldren House, Bakewell, Derbyshire

  • Learn about the landscape and cultural heritage from a National Park Ranger, whilst enjoying cycling through the landscape on an e-bike
  • Visit a quintessentially English Estate, an ancient burial tomb site, and the world’s oldest working winding engine
  • Enjoy a traditional English pub lunch

The detail

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8 hours

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Group size

4 - 10 people

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Cost per person


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Fitness level

Moderate – High. 48km (30 mile) ride on power assisted bikes

Parking Facilities

Yes, free of charge.

Refreshments and meals

Light refreshments and lunch included.

Special equipment needed

Suitable clothing and footwear for a day-long cycle tour. No sandals. Waterproofs recommended. Cycle helmets will be provided and must be worn.


May – September.

Accessibility considerations and facilities

Guests need to be competent riding a bike. Not accessible for people with mobility issues.


Basic English required to fully appreciate the tour.

Group information

  • Tour operator rate
  • Ad hoc group rate
  • Tour series rate
Peak District

Peak District National Park

Britain’s original National Park, the Peak District is a land of countyside revolution, stately homes, plateaus and valleys, right in the heart of England.