Brand new route! Cycle Route Pocket Guide + GPX Download for Hidden Hills in High Peak. Get these handy downloads to take along for the ride, while helping to support the Peaks & Puddles website. The PDF Pocket Guide features simplified turn-by-turn directions, points of interest and an exclusive custom map which also shows recommended linking routes and more. Download in two formats: one for a nifty print-out paper guide, one to swipe through on your phone. Also includes GPX Track files to plan or navigate as you go. ABOUT THE RIDE Hidden Hills in High Peak — 23 miles (37 km), Very Challenging — Head off the beaten track on an astounding loop of constant summits and plummets in the central High Peak, linking often unknown but unforgettable — and sometimes unbelievable — lanes around New Mills, Whaley Bridge and Chapel. This brand new route is available here first as a Pocket Guide and GPX download for just a £1 contribution — helping to keep the website online and free for everyone, encouraging even more people to get out and explore our area by bike. DOWNLOADS INCLUDED • PDF Pocket Guide for printing (A4, double-sided) • PDF Pocket Guide for mobile devices • GPX Track route file: Hidden Hills in High Peak • GPX Track route file: Hidden Hills in High Peak (Please No Peaslows) ABOUT THE POCKET GUIDE The Pocket Guide is presented in two PDF formats: one designed for scrolling through on mobile devices, one designed for printing on A4 paper. Print it double-sided and the guide will fold up neatly to a quarter of the size, perfect to stick in a back jersey pocket. Each version includes simplified turn-by-turn directions and a custom-designed map, plus points of interest and trivia. The maps are created by myself especially for each guide, based on Open Street Map data but drawn from scratch to include both useful linking routes and potential alternative route options (where possible), which are also briefly described in the directions. ABOUT THE GPX FILES The GPX route file(s) are the complete “GPX Track” type of file with thousands of entries to draw the correct route map. They can be imported onto a GPS device for turn-by-turn directions along the way or into online mapping services (eg Strava Route Planner, RidewithGPS) to view the route in detail. This is a useful guide to file formats: ridewithgps.com/help/export-file-formats If you're interested in TCX files too, let me know — I haven't provided these yet but can easily do so if there's demand. COLLECTIONS Get the complete collections and save: • Cycle Routes Pocket Guide Collection: ko-fi.com/s/957f8805c3 • Cycle Routes GPX Collection: ko-fi.com/s/3bd738948d THANK YOU! Your support is helping to pay the bills, cover costs and keep the FREE online route guides free for everyone.