The A5012 road is a main road in the south of the English county of Derbyshire.
Around 9 miles (14 km) in length it connects two primary north-south routes, the A6 at Cromford and the A515 between Buxton and Ashbourne. It passes through Pikehall and Grangemill and alongside Ible.
The eastern part (Grangemill to Cromford, set in a deep valley) is known as the Via Gellia - named after its builders, the Gell family, who held lead-mining interests in and around Wirksworth.
The road has a poor safety record and is ranked the third-worst in Britain by EuroRAP.
Coordinates: 53°07′24″N 1°39′30″W / 53.1234°N 1.6582°W