EBike Adventure in the National ForestCountryside & Nature
Escape to the National Forest for a gentle EBike adventure. Discover beautiful countryside, full of history and hidden gems, undiscovered by mass tour
You'll love this because
The changing landscape as you cycle along the peaceful tracks and lanes through the National Forest
Exploring along the way. Mileage is kept low, leaving you plenty of time to enjoy your journey.
The region is the birthplace of beer. Just perfect after a day's exploring!
What you will do
Enjoy the many delights of the National Forest, with its varied landscape. We move your luggage between the handpicked, comfortable inns, B&Bs and boutique hotels, whilst you explore. Sights include castles, stately homes, canals, marinas, craft workshops, heritage railways, gorgeous gardens, hidden Forest art and more. Peaceful, unspoilt market towns are perfect for a wander, with plenty of places to sample the local food and ale.
B&B in handpicked, small comfortable accommodation luxury electric bike hire, with GPS Daily route guide, to follow at your own pace Local Ordnance Survey map On-road assistance if required
What I might need
Current COVID restrictions mean we are unable to provide helmets and hi-vis at present - please bring your own if required English weather can change - bring clothes for all seasons.
For a full refund cancel within 24 hours of booking, or at least 14 days before the Experience is scheduled. If you cancel 13 - 7 days before you'll receive a 50% refund. Read full Terms & Conditions here.
WHERE TO MEET
4 Narrow Ln, Ticknall, Derby , DE73 7JR
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