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9th March 2008 ride to Ingleton

9th March 2008 ride to Ingleton
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This is interesting little white road that links Claughton to Farleton.
Looking down to Farleton and the Lune Valley.
The cake photo at Bridge House Farm Tearooms in Wray
Nick’s second breakfast, he did say had no food at home, he and Eileen just got back from skiing in Norway the night before!
Outside the tearooms at Wray.
On the bridleway between Nutstile Farm and Entar Farm heading toward Ingleton, the track was bit wet in places!
Lunch by the river at Ingleton
The lunch time view
The start of the public byway from Back Lane to Melling.
Nick looking at the view at the view and eating more food.
The view from the Crook of Lune.
Ride report by Simeon Orme
After meeting at the Denny Beck car park the five of us including Geoff a new member headed up the Lune Valley cycle track towards Caton, just before Bull Beck Bridge we cross over the A683 and follow the lanes through Brookhouse and Caton Green before joining the A683 which we follow for about mile through Claughton before following a nice white road through Farleton before rejoin the A683 for short distance. We soon turn on to the B6480 and then after about mile we follow our usual route into Wray via Back Lane which is nice bridleway, we headed through Wray Village to the Tearoom at Bridge House Farm where Nick order his second breakfast claiming he till hungry and had no food at home, as he and Eileen had just back on Saturday evening from week skiing in Norway.

After putting the world to right, we headed up the Hindburn Valley to Mill Houses, and then followed various lanes through to Low Bentham, we then headed through Low Bentham following the road towards Burton in Lonsdale at Four Lanes Ends we then followed Dumb Tom’s Lane and other lanes to Nutstile Farm where we turn on to our next track which was bit wet in places which we followed to Enter Farm, we all thankful that some locals stop clay pigeon shooting in field beside the track while we pass! We then headed into Ingleton where we stop for picnic lunch beside the River Doe.

After lunch we followed various lanes to Burton in Lonsdale via Thornton in Lonsdale, Far Westhouse, Westhouse and Lower Westhouse. After heading through Burton in Lonsdale village, then crossing over the River Greta we then climb up Spittle Banks before following Back Lane through Old Wennington, then we followed a interesting public byway which was flooded in places which add to enjoyment of the ride, through to Melling where we joined the A683 again which followed towards Hornby, then we headed along the ‘B’ road towards Gressingham, we then followed Fleets Lane pass Fleets Farm then followed Lea Lane through Eskrigge before dropping down to Aughton Road, there some great views along this road of the Lune Valley. We were soon passing through Aughton, we then headed back to Denny Beck via Kirkby Lonsdale Road, Park Road and the Lune Valley Cycle Track.

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