Teversal and Pleasley Trails
- a circular route on former railway lines on the Nottinghamshire/Derbyshire border
- two sites of special scientific interest (SSSIs) and five sites of importance for nature conservation
- ample free parking
- visitor centre open every day between 10.30am and 3.45pm (subject to volunteer availability)
- dogs welcome on a lead or under close control.
Since the final railway closure in 1978, the expansion of nature on the trails has come to support a mosaic of habitats including calcareous grassland communities. This grassland is among the few remaining areas of limestone grassland in Nottinghamshire and is of regional importance.
On a trip to Teversal and Pleasley Trails:
- observe the species present including tor grass, yellow oat grass, field scabious, hawkweed and quaking grass
- drop into the visitor centre for advice on routes and refreshments.
Nearest Town/Village: Teversal, Skegby & Pleasley
Access Point: Teversal Trails Visitors Centre, Carnarvon Street (off Fackley Road), Teversal
Grid Reference: SK 479 614