Matlock Moors is open 365 days a year, dawn until dusk.
Matlock Moors is located approximately two miles north of Matlock.
There is no official car park at Matlock Moors, however there are a number of pull-ins and laybys.
There are no designated accessible parking spaces at this forest, have you seen our Easy Access trails page?
There are no waymarked walking trails, and no easy access route.
Comprising of seven coniferous woodlands, Matlock Moors is not short of great walking and horse riding opportunities.
Horse riders are welcome to explore our network of paths in Farley and Bottom Moor (Matlock Moors) with a valid permit.
Permits can be bought by purchasing a Membership, which includes your horse riding permit plus other benefits.
The permit allows you to ride in a variety of woodlands including Wharncliffe Woods, Sherwood Pines, Blidworth Woods, Haywood Oaks and Farley and Bottom Moor (Matlock, Derbyshire).
Advice on riding in each wood can be obtained by contacting the local team.
The revenue from the permit goes back into improving our equestrian facilities and services in the above woodlands.
Walking on Matlock Moors is the perfect way to get some fresh air and explore some of the area's most beautiful landscapes.
Matlock Moors has a range of paths that run through the area.