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9th December 2007 ride to Glasson Dock and Little Dale

9th December 2007 ride to Glasson Dock and Little Dale
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Ride report by Simeon Orme
After week of rain, you can’t blame anyone for not joining me on this ride but the rain held off and even saw some sunshine. I headed down the Lune Valley on the cycle path through Lancaster to Glasson Dock. At Glasson I followed the lanes through to Upper Thurnham where I followed the A588 to Cockerham, then followed the lanes through to Forton, where I cross over the A6 then followed the lanes up to Dolphinholme and after passing through Lower Green Bank I stop for some lunch.

After lunch I followed the lanes over into the Quernmore Valley, after passing through Quernmore village, I head up Rigg Lane then Littledale Road which follow into Littledale and then down to Brookhouse. In Caton I rejoin the Lune Valley cycle path which I followed back to Halton.

Ride report by Barrie Usherwood
We must have just missed Simeon at Denny Beck on the 9th, got there just on 10am. We went up through Caton / Brookhouse and up towards Littledale. On rough track to Crossgill and up to Roeburndale. Across the dodgy bridge for Lunch and then on to Lower Salter. Up the steep hill and on to meet the B road before Hornby. Down the Lancaster Road shortly to Farleton and up the track to bypass the main road. On to Brookhouse and back to the Caton.

Like Simeon said the sun did shine and it was a good ride.

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