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Welcome

Welcome to the Peak District Green Lanes Alliance (PDGLA). We believe that green lanes should be for walkers, cyclists, horse riders and carriage drivers.

At present offroad 4x4s and motor bikes can legally use many green lanes, even if the surface is peat or turf and easily rutted and damaged.

Ancient byways are being destroyed by offroading throughout the Peak District, including inside the Peak District National Park.

The Peak Park and the highway authorities have the power to stop the destruction. They need support, encouragement and, where necessary, pressure from the public to help them do so.

Latest News

DCC to consult on a TRO for Jacob’s Ladder – at last

Stoney Middleton parish council has been asking DCC for 25 years for action to deal with the damage, danger and disturbance being caused by motor vehicle use of the lane in the village called Jacob’s Ladder. PDGLA has been supporting Read More…

Washgate TRO now in place

The long awaited Peak Park Traffic Regulation Order on Washgate came into effect on 21 July. Apart from occasional use by two motor bike trials which have been exempted from the Order, use of the route by motor vehicles is Read More…

Peak Park to consult on a TRO for Wetton

The Peak Park Authority is to consult on a Traffic Regulation Order for a green lane in Wetton. It is one of the few routes in the National Park used by 4x4s and motor bikes which is still green and Read More…

Monksdale Lane closed to motor vehicles

Monksdale Lane, Tideswell ┬áis now a bridleway. The bridleway Order has been confirmed and use by recreational motor vehicles is now illegal.Many thanks to PDGLA and Peak Horsepower colleagues who did the work on the public inquiry and to the Read More…

Brushfield update

The Peak Park Authority has put bridleway and ‘No motor vehicles’ signs up on Brushfield. All motor vehicle use is illegal and can be prosecuted.