Cut Gate Path mountain bike trail is in the Peak District in Derbyshire. It is a classic technically challenging natural trail. It's an out and back trail and can be ridden either North to South or South to North. It's a tough trail so don't be too disheartened if you are walking at times.
The trail is technical singletrack in a remote, exposed setting. Expect lots of rock, steep descents and tough technical climbs. There is also some man made stuff thrown in and it's renowned for the challenging technical steps at the bottom near Cold Side. It can get boggy in wet weather.
- Hit The Hills - has a detailed description of a 40km route as well as a GPX route along with turn by turn instructional directions. You can start from Bamford or Ladybower Resevoir or from Langsett.
- Mountain Bike Rides - has a 58km epic connecting the two classics of Doctor's Gate & Cut Gate Path. They have turn by turn descriptions as well as GPX maps to download. Starts from the Ladybower Reservoir.
- Check out the GPS routes in the Resources section below and in our dedicated GPS trail section.
- Eyam has lots of café's, pubs and bed and breakfasts. There are quite a few free car parks along the edge of the reservoir including the Fairholmes visitor centre.
- If you have ridden the Cut Gate Path mountain bike trail then please share your experiences with the community and post your routes, pictures, videos and reviews to the listing.