Every Peaks & Puddles cycle route navigation file now and in the future, for a one-off fiver to support the website. Includes every recommended ride, popular trails, longer combined routes AND more new routes in the future. Unlocks a hidden page on the website with easy download links in GPX, TCX and FIT formats. + WEBSITE ROUTE GUIDES This purchase also gives access to the in-depth website route guides marked “P+”, reserved exclusively for Peaks & Puddles supporters. BUY ONCE, GET ACCESS & UPDATES FOREVER Files are provided both in a single .zip and as individual downloads, from a hidden page on the Peaks & Puddles website. The link is provided automatically, immediately upon purchase. Even better: the collection will be constantly updated. So every time there's a new route, it'll be added to the download page. Once unlocked, you can access the hidden page again any time to download the latest files. DOWNLOADS INCLUDED Recommended Rides (& Other Route Options) • Beginners Brickworks • Beginners Brickworks (Climbing via Kerridge) • Beginners Brickworks (Both Ways) • Biggin and the Big Long Dale • Biggin and the Big Long Dale (The Whole Dale) • Biggin and the Big Long Dale (No Big Hills) • Buxworth Bypasses • Cat & Fiddle Climbs • Cat & Fiddle Climbs (Trentabank Tumble) • Cat & Fiddle Climbs (Goyt Start) • Cheshire Mountains of Macclesfield • Cheshire Mountains of Macclesfield (Sutton Cross) • Chinley Churner • Chinley Churner (Sett Valley Starter) • Chinley Churner (Extra Churn) • Goyt Valley Grinder • Goyt Valley Grinder (Dolly Diversion) • Hidden Hills in High Peak • Hidden Hills in High Peak (Please No Peaslows) • Lyme Lanes • Lyme Lanes (Avoiding the A6) • Lyme Loop • Mills and Brows • Mills and Brows (Missing Marple Ridge) • Mills and Brows (Branch to Hayfield) • Over Hills Around New Mills • Over Hills Around New Mills (Aspenshaw Alternative) • Peaks and Perry Dale • Peaks and Perry Dale (Old Road Home) • Sett Valley Trail with Kinder Extension • Tame Vales and Valleys • Wood Lanes off Middlewood Popular Trails • A555 (Hazel Grove to Manchester Airport) • Alan Newton Way • Godley Link Line • High Peak Trail • Longdendale Trail • Lower Peak Forest Canal & Marple Locks • Macclesfield Canal (Marple to Sutton) • Manchester Airport Orbital Cycleway • Manifold Way • Middlewood Way • Monsal Trail • Peak Forest Canal (Complete) • Peak Forest Tramway Trail • Sett Valley Trail • Tissington Trail • Upper Derwent Valley • Upper Derwent Valley (Fairholmes Loop) • Upper Peak Forest Canal Longer Combined Rides • Tame Vales and Valleys + Mills and Brows • Over Hills Around New Mills + Chinley Churner • Chinley Churner + Peaks and Perry Dale • Peaks and Perry Dale + Goyt Valley Grinder • Wood Lanes off Middlewood + Cheshire Mountains of Macclesfield • Alan Newton Way + Middlewood Way • Upper Peak Forest Canal + Peak Forest Tramway Trail • Thornhill Trail + Upper Derwent Valley (Fairholmes Loop) Station to Station Rides • Stockport to Macclesfield • Reddish North to Chinley • Manchester Oxford Road to Buxton • Cheadle Hulme to Goostrey • New Mills Central to Bamford ... Plus these exclusive future routes, not yet published on the website: • Above and Below Werneth Low • Above and Below Werneth Low (Greave Heave) • From Waterway to Railway • From Waterway to Railway (Higher Poynton Return) • Millers Dale for Tideswell Return • Millers Dale for Tideswell Return (Cressbrook Circular) • Old Roads into the Peak • Old Roads into the Peak (Lyme Finale) • Peak Trails from Parsley Hay • Trails Triangle: High Peak, Carsington & Tissington • Wizardly Lanes, Planes and Trains ... And even more to come in future as new cycle route guides are published. You can return to the hidden download page anytime to get new and updated files. Researching these routes and putting them together as a website takes a lot of time and costs money each year to keep online. By asking for a small contribution for this complete collection of over 60 GPX files (and even more to come in future), I'm hoping to make it sustainable: covering website costs, creating new route guides and keeping the Peaks & Puddles website a primarily free resource for everyone: www.peaksandpuddles.com Thank you!