Coronavirus (COVID-19): Public events on Authority properties suspended until April 2021
Please be aware that due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, no events will be permitted on Authority land and properties until April 2021. Further updates will be given at this time.
Your National Park is a protected landscape providing spectacular views, iconic wildlife, fascinating archaeology and beautiful moorland villages. From walking, fell running and climbing to air sports, cycling or simply enjoying peace and quiet reflection surrounded by nature, the area offers many opportunities for outdoor recreation that are beneficial to health and well-being.
Interest in such activities has grown enormously in recent years and an increasing number of commercial organisations and charities now organise large scale events within the National Park.
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Grindleford Gallop 2021
The Gallop is an annual walking and fell running event run by Grindleford Primary School PTA to raise essential funds. It is usually held the second Saturday in March and follows a 21 mile circular route with starting and finishing in Grindleford.
Running event by Grindleford Primary School PTA
Hayfield May Queen Fell RAce
Village fell race forming part of the Hayfield May Queen festivities and the Three Days in May - three fell races over one weekend. 4.7km, 200m ascent. Open to runners aged 12 and over.
Running event by Hayfield May Queen Fell Race
White Peak Festival of Running
Full marathon/half marathon/10K running events starting at 1100 from Thorpe/Friden/Haraborough Rocks and finishing at Cromford Meadows.
The runners will register from 0800 at the HQ at Cromford Meadows and will be bussed to the 3 starting points.
Running event by White Peak Festival of Running organised by Matlock Athletics Club
Matlock Athletics Club (www.matlockac.org.uk)
Peak District: Pick Your Path
A sponsored charity walk in aid of Marie Curie, starting and finishing in Monyash at the village hall. This is the third year of the event which uses a combination of public footpaths and the Tissington Trail. there is an 11, 20 and 26 mile option.
Walk event by Marie Curie
Peak District Ultras
The Peak District Ultras are three races wrapped into one epic weekend of running in the Peak District National Park, based in Castleton. 100, 50 and 33 miles routes.
Running event by Peak Running
Uk's Hardest Hundred Sportive: Peak District
A 100mile & 100km cycling loop starting & finishing in Bakewell.
Cycle event by Sportive Breaks