The Cat and Fiddle Road in the Peak District is a beautiful and scenic drive that is not for the faint of heart. This winding road stretches for 11 miles and reaches an elevation of 1,690 feet, making it the second-highest road in the country. It is a popular route for motorcyclists who seek a thrill, but caution should be taken due to the sharp turns and steep drops.
The road gets its name from the Cat and Fiddle Inn, which sits at the summit and is the second-highest pub in England. The inn has a rich history and has been a popular spot for tourists and locals for over 200 years. Now well known for creating the finest Gin and Forest Whisky in Yorkshire.
The surrounding landscape is breathtaking, with stunning views of the surrounding hills and valleys. The road is also a popular spot for cyclists, hikers, and horse riders so please be wary when travelling through.
While the Cat and Fiddle Road can be challenging to navigate, it is well worth the effort for the views and experience. It is recommended to take it slow and enjoy the journey, stopping at the various viewpoints along the way. Just be sure to bring warm clothing, as the weather can be unpredictable at higher elevations.
Remember, if you travel to one of these destinations please make sure you take loads of pictures and tag us in them on Facebook or Instagram! But most importantly, have fun and ride safe!!
- SMC Team
With the release of the brand new release of the KTM 790 Duke focusing on its ability to be beautifully agile, why not take this for a spin down this incredible road?
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