The two mile Peak District route which stretches from Hassop to Headstone Viaduct is a traffic-free route, through the picturesque of the old Midland Railway line, which is ideal for wheelchair users and people pushing buggies.

The best routes in Derbyshire as county named among areas with most accessible walks in UK

The county has been named one of the best areas for walks in the UK, according to a new study from outdoor clothing and camping equipment retailer Millets.

Friday, 27th August 2021, 3:13 pm

The county was found to have 36 accessible walks across the county – with 19 suitable for those pushing buggies and 12 routes ideal for wheelchair users.

Find out where the 10 most accessible routes for people with buggies and wheelchair users in Derbyshire are by reading the list below.

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