Moors for the Future Partnership has been tasked with repairing the damaged sections of path to three iconic paths in the Peak District.
Cut Gate Bridleway connects Ladybower and Langsett reservoirs.
Nearby 'North America' is part of the Cut Gate loop popular with walkers and riders.
The Great Ridge, from Mam Tor to Lose Hill in the Hope Valley affords some of the most dramatic views in the Peak District
Sounding like something out of The Lord of the Rings, the ‘Bog of Doom’ – as it’s become known to mountain bikers who dread falling into axle-deep wet peat – is a dark sight to behold.
People’s natural tendency to avoid the wettest sections of the path is leading to gradual widening and erosion, damaging the moor. But with the Mend our Mountains campaign, we will revert the Bog of Doom to the ‘Bog of Bloom’!
We hope that we will be able to start work on both projects in mid- to late 2019. This will depend on a number of factors including the bird-breeding season, shooting season and consents from land owners.
Learn about how we manage footpaths and techniques we use for restoring them
Working together to bring life back to South Pennine and Peak District moorlands