We want everyone to be able to visit and be inspired by an Accessible Peak District.
Access guides are available for all our visitor centres.
Our car parks, provide dedicated disabled parking bays and free parking for Blue Badge holders.
Miles without Stiles routes are particularly suitable for those who are less mobile, disabled or have young children.
We have 20 routes across the national park and are working on 20 more.
Our cycle hire centres provide a range of equipment for all abilities
- Ashbourne Cycle Hire Centre - Access Guide (5MB)
- Bakewell Visitor Centre - Access Guide (3MB)
- Castleton Visitor Centre - Access Guide (5MB)
- Edale Visitor Centre - Access Guide (2.5MB)
- Parsley Hay Cycle Hire Centre - Access Guide (5MB)
- Upper Derwent Visitor and Cycle Hire Centre - Access Guide (3MB)
- Annual Report 2020 (1.5MB)
- Annual Report 2019 (2.4MB)
- Annual Report 2018 (1.1MB)
- Annual Report 2017 (117KB)
- Annual Report 2016 (1.7KB)
The following organisations can help you to enjoy all that our area has to offer:
Community Transport Schemes operate trips and tours and other services in and around the Peak District. These are operated with fully accessible 16-seat vehicles which can accommodate wheelchair passengers and are available to elderly and/or disabled residents and visitors to the area:
- Ashbourne (including Derbyshire Connect) - 01335 300670
- Bakewell & Eyam - 01629 641920
- Derbyshire (CT4TC) - 01773 746652
- Sheffield - 0114 2766148