The Cat ‘n’ Fiddle road (A537) links Macclesfield and Buxton running over the heart of the Peak District. Named after the Cat and Fiddle pub which lays at the summit. This road has been made famous by motorcycle driving enthusiasts due to the many bends this road holds. This is also classed as one of the most dangerous roads in the UK
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Roads / Distance / Timing
- 12 Miles
- Aprox 20 min
Warnings / Tips
Sheep on road at some points of the trip, so take care
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Due to the many accidents which have happened along this route, speed limits of 50MPH have been put in place. Police will also set up speed camera’s along this route to catch out speeding motorists.
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