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Curbar Edge and Froggatt Edge now open to riders

8 Apr 2014


Exciting news for Derbyshire Riders!

Curbar Edge and Froggatt Edge, the iconic gritstone cliffs with spectacular views, are now open to horse-riders.

There is a new bridlegate at Curbar Gap (near the car park) so you can now ride northwards along the tops of Curbar Edge and Froggatt Edge on a concessionary bridleway that follows the line of a public footpath for over 2 miles. 

A locked gate across the track near the stone circle is still blocking a short section of the route but this will be replaced with a new bridlegate later this April. Then in August a new bridlepath will be created at the far end of the Froggatt Edge route, giving us safer access onto the public road (A625) that leads up to the Grouse pub and from there to the public bridleways near White Edge. 

Meanwhile, riders can enjoy 2.25 miles of concessionary bridleway along the Edges. 

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