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Cat and Fiddle is a road between Buxton and Macclesfield and it is named after the Cat and Fiddle pub on
the summit of Peak District National Park. The pub is the second highest pub in England (the Tan Hill Inn
being the highest).
The route is famous for its scenic views across the national park and for its numerous bends. The route is
very popular among motorists, but on the other hand, it has been classified as one of the most dangeous
roads in UK. So, enjoy the scenery and ride carefully!
Opening times of the pub are given in their home page.
Enjoy your ride and consider stopping at the Cat and Fiddle Inn for a coffee or tea!
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