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10th August 2014: A ride to Arnside, photos taken by Simeon Orme

The cake photo at Farleton View Tearoom where the ride started from.

Regrouping at end of public way from Hale.

Following the permitted bridleway across Thrang Moss.

Looking back down the bridleway as we headed across White Moss.

A view looking across White Moss.

A map of route the permitted bridleway.

Tree leaves at side of the permitted bridleway.

Heading along the permitted bridleway towards Occupation Road.

John’s new bike.

Information board for Gait Barrow National Nature Reserve.

The lunch time view across Hawes Water.

Heading along bridleway towards Challen Hall.

The view from the start of the bridleway over Arnside Knott, looking towards Arnside Tower.

Following the bridleway through the woods over the shoulder of Arnside Knott.

John stopping to look at the view at the summit of the bridleway.

Inside the Beach Walk Cafe in Arnside.

The cake photo at the Beach Walk Cafe in Arnside

The view looking across the River Kent towards the Kent Viaduct from Arnside.

Tree in fields near Over Kellet.

You can click here to download the gps route files of the ride or you can find out about where the South Lakes Group is going next by checking out the Diary of cycle club Events. Also checkout the What’s New Page to see what’s new on the site and you can also signup for site’s free weekly newsletter. You also click here to see photos of the 17th August ride to Grange-Over-Sands.

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