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24th February 2007: A ride around the Scorton area.
A view looking across the River Lune from the cycle path.
Another view looking across the River Lune from the cycle path.
A view looking back along the cycle path in Lancaster.
Ride report by Simeon Orme
After meeting at the Denny Beck carpark near Halton, the three of us headed up Denny Beck Lane and then cross over the A683 and then followed Grimeshaw Lane, then after crossing over the M6, we then followed the bridleway pass the Prison coming out near Lancaster Moor Hospital. We headed out of Lancaster following Newlands Road, then Langthwaite Road before following Little Fell Road towards Lancaster University. We then followed public byway through the hamlet of Barrow Greaves where we crossed the River Conder via stepping stones, we then continue along Kit Brow Lane and then Langshaw Lane into Galgate, where we stop at the Silk Mill Cafe for our morning cafe stop.
After our cafe stop, we headed through Galgate before following the lanes towards Street, then after passing through the hamlet of Street, we continue along Long Lane and Higher Lane to the start of the bridleway through Grize Dale, we stop for some lunch by Grizedale Reservoir.
After lunch we continue along the track down Grizedale before joining Higher Lane again which we followed towards Scorton before joining Tithe Barn Lane which we followed into Scorton. We then followed lanes through Scorton, Forton and Cockerham before joining the cycle track at Glasson which followed through Lancaster back to Denny Beck.
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