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3rd March 2007: A ride around Parkamoor and Grizedale Area

- Mike Nott photos of the ride - Ride report -

Brian at the top of climb out of Eea Valley.

Looking back down lane on the climb up from Cartmel.

At the tearoom at back of Southern Lakeland Nurseries and Garden Centre.

Heading along cycle path from Low Wood to Greenodd

A view of the foot/cycle bridge over River Leven at Greenodd.

The view of the public byway from High Nibthwaite.

The view of the public byway from High Nibthwaite.

The view looking back down the track into Crake Valley.

The view looking through the woods down to Coniston Water.

A lunch time view photo one.

A lunch time view photo two.

A lunch time view, photo three.

The view looking along the public byway towards Parkamoor.

A view of the group in Grizedale Forest.

Heading down Moor Lane.

Regrouping at the bottom of Moor Lane.

On the public byway to Thwaite Moss.

The view looking back up the Rusland Valley.

Regrouping at Newby Bridge.

Regrouping stop at Newby Bridge

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Back at the car park in Cartmel