Close more tracks in Peak Park

Countryside campaigners in the Peak District are calling for two heavily eroded lanes to be closed to traffic.

The Peak District National Park Authority recently agreed to review its strategy on managing 4×4 use on unsurfaced roads, and has already banned such vehicles from the badly-damaged Chapel Gate track near Edale.

Now, the Friends of the Peak District group has written to the authority to “demand action now” at Long Causeway, near Stanage Edge, and The Roych near Hayfield.

Check out stanage Edge at Peak District View

 

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