Hit the Hills @ Bamford, Hope Valley, Peak District






– May 11th – 13th Sold Out; 18th – 20th Sold Out

– Aug 3rd – 5th; 10th – 12th; Aug 31st – Sept 2nd

– Sept 7th – 9th

– Nov 2nd – 4th

– Dec 14th – 16th



Can’t make those dates? Please get in touch and we’ll sort some more out!


mountain biking mam tor

Come and ride some phenomenal trails from Bamford, in the Hope Valley; it’s a great base for a weekend of mountain biking in the Peak District. Hit the Hills has booked some awesome accommodation; it’s a bunkhouse with a boozer up the road and great access to some classic Peaks cycle routes from the door.  


The trails are fast, loose, steep, rocky and sometimes a combination of the lot! You can do a short blast, maybe a massive all day epic or something more sensible. 


mountain biking peak district
Mountain bike routes in the Peak District: Jacobs’s Ladder, Cut Gate, Doctor Gate, Rushop Edge, Stanage Edge , Mam Tor, The Beast, Chinley Churn, Hagg Farm and more…. This is one of the best mountain biking destinations in Britain. 


– Doctor’s gate, Rushup Edge & Mam Tor – 45km

 Bradwell Edge & Cavedale – 21km

– Cutgate out and back from Bamford – 34km

– Kinder Scout from Bamford – 42km


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bunkhouse peak districtThe Details:


Where: Bamford, Peak District

Public Transport: Bamford train station is a 1 minute walk – Birmingham 2 hrs, Newcastle 2:20hrs, London 3hrs and Bristol 3:30hrs

Accommodation: 22 bunk beds in 3 rooms: 2×6 & 1×10; communal washroom with showers, drying room, dining area and bike storage.

Riding: Varies from easy to epic and from quaint to ridiculous

Cost: £119 per person per weekend

Included: 2 course dinner Friday; Breakfast & packed lunch Sat & Sun and 3 course dinner Saturday

Not included: Guiding, drinks, bike hire, tools or spares

Boozer: The Anglers Rest is 2 minutes away

What to bring: Sleeping bag, map and bike paraphernalia




Check out the guests feedback from the first Hit the Hills weekend.




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