drupal statistics module
3rd March 2017 ride to Galgate

3rd March 2017 ride to Galgate
Daffodils on St. George Quay in Lancaster
The cake photo at Cafe d'Lune in Condor Green.
The view looking up the Condor Valley from the cycle path
Gorse in flower at side of cycle path near Glasson
Teasel seed heads at side of B 5290 near Glasson.
Primroses at side of lane near Ward Houses
Primroses at side of lane near Ward Houses
Wind Turbine near Hazelrigg
Gate post at side of Little Fell Road
Daffodils in Halton
For me it was quick ride down cycle path from Halton Station into Lancaster where I  stop to take some photos of the daffodils out in flower on St George Quay, The weather forecast was not promising as followed the cycle path down the Lune Valley to Condor Green where stop for a coffee and cake at Cafe d'Lune.

After my brew stop, the weather still did look promising with dark clouds over the hills of Bowland Fells where I was planning on riding to and I  do have job during week where do get soaking when we to work in the rain so I decide to cut ride short, has had plenty things to do at home, as I hope you notice from redevelopment work on the website.

So I followed the cycle path into Glasson, then followed the B 5290 out of Glasson heading towards Condor Bridge which use to cross over the River Condor, then short section on the A588 before following the lane from Condor Green to Galgate.

In Galgate, I cross over the A6, then followed the lane out Galgate and then headed through Ellel, stopping in Ward Houses to take photo of first Primroses of the year that were out in flower.

After photo stop, there was a bit of climbing to do, has rode through the hamlet of Hazelrigg, then headed along Little Fell Road before following Quermore Road down into Caton where got back on Lune Valley cycle path, which followed back to Halton.

I was quite surprise to find that I done just over 20 miles, for those of you thinking of doing this ride, I think it work best if start from Condor Green and do the tarmac sections of ride first.

You can click here to see photos of 11th March walk to Parkend Moss in the Lyth Valley or you can click here to down load the gps route files of the route of ride from Condor Green or you can check out forthcoming events on the Diary of cycling 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.
comments powered by Disqus
'Where's the Brew Stop? The off-road cycle touring website'.

About off- road cycle touring routes, cyclist’s cafes, off-road cycle touring, local group events and good photos.

For cyclists who love off-road leisure cycling in Northern England

We use cookies to ensure that we give you best possible experience on our website. By continuing to use the website we assume that you agree to our use of cookies.



Ride report by Simeon Orme
- Ride report -