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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5. Phil's Ladybower Reservoir Circular Walk
The circular five-mile walk is perfect for people using wheelchairs as it is largely on well-made paths with no stiles or kissing gates and some gates. The route features one half of Ladybower Reservoir and Derwent Dam.
6. The Monsal Trail
Derbyshire has the 9th most accessible walks in the UK according to a new study.
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7. High Peak Accessible Trail
Wheelchair users and people with buggies can easily access the four and a half mile High Peak Trail which starts in Matlock, going along the old High Peak Railway line in the Peak District.
8. Dovedale Accessible Walk
Located in the Derbyshire Dales, the route takes walkers along the River Dove offering beautiful views of the countryside and ideal for wheelchair users.