21.9 miles
Distance
2,126 ft
Climb
-2,103 ft
Descent
1,106 ft
High Point

GPX of the 5 Dales Route from White Peak MTB by Vertebrate Publishing- 'This long, hard and varied route is best done in the summer, when the superb woodland singletrack can be enjoyed in all its swoopy finery. The views from Beeley Moor are superb, while the last hairpins on the climb of Rowsley Bar, scene the National Hill Climbing Championship are a great aerobic work out. However this is just the beginning, the route keeps heading into and back out of dale after dale, sometimes on super -fast descents, sometimes on singletrack climbs, hard tarmac slogs or just good old honest farm tracks. A brilliant ride- one of the best in this book, taking in all that the heart of the White Peak has to offer.'

Detailed Description
5 Dales route- White Peak MTB is a 22 mile less popular red route located near Black Rock. This mountain bike only route can be used one direction and has a moderate overall physical rating. This route climbs 2,126 ft with a max elevation of 1,106 ft then descends -2,103 ft.
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  • Riding area
  • Primary Activity
    Mountain Bike
  • Difficulty rating
    Red
  • Route Type
    Loop
  • Bike type
    AM
  • Direction
    One Direction
  • Physical rating
    Moderate
More Stats for 5 Dales route- White Peak MTB mountain bike route
  • Altitude min
    315 ft
  • Altitude start
    319 ft
  • Altitude end
    341 ft
  • Grade max
    -43.9%
  • Grade min
    103.7%
  • Distance climb
    12 miles
  • Distance down
    10 miles
  • Distance flat
    2,703 ft
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