Derbyshire trail users to be surveyed

PEOPLE using popular trails in the Peak District national park are set to be surveyed on how they think the routes could be improved in the future.

A “Trails Saturday” event is being organised by the Peak District National Park Authority on Saturday, August 20, to ask people what they most like about the trails and to get their ideas on what would make them better.

Staff will be collecting the views of walkers, cyclists and horse riders between 10am and 4pm at Ashbourne cycle hire centre on the Tissington Trail; Parsley Hay cycle hire centre on the High Peak Trail; Millers Dale station on the Monsal Trail and Carr Lane car park on the Thornhill Trail, a route which goes from Ladybower dam towards Bamford railway station.

People can also give their views in an online survey, which runs until the end of August.

Check out the Tissington Trail, the High Peak Trail, the Monsall Trail and the Thornhill Trail on Peak District View

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