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Stockley Trail


Stockley Trail is a two mile multi-user trail for walkers, cyclists and horse riders. Running parallel to the River Doe Lea from Carr Vale, near Bolsover to Bramley Vale. At the northern end in Bolsover there is a car park situated off the A632 at the bottom of Bolsover Hill adjacent to the Peter Fidler Reserve which the trail runs through. At the southern end of the trail you will find the Glapwell Countryside Site. This country park was reclaimed in the 1980s and now boasts a range of facilities. These include access to the Doe Lea Local Nature Reserve and the Glapwell MTB Trail. Access to the southern end of the Stockley Trail is from Stockley Lane off the A617 next to the Plug and Feathers Public House. There is a car park along the lane and the trail is a few hundred metres further along. The MTB Trail is a 2km blue grade trail built and maintained by Bike Track. Ideal as a family loop or a training venue, the trail is mainly undulating with one short sharp climb and a good fast bermed descent.

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