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A 61.8 mile cycle ride to Bannisdale and Grayrigg

The view looking up Bannisdale from Dryhowe Bridge, you can see rest of the ride photos which this route is based on at this link.

This cycle route is 61.8 miles long, starting and finishing at Halton Station, with three off-road sections, with two cafe stops at Farleton View Tearoom at Wath Sutton and The Mews Coffee House in Kirkby Lonsdale. The maps you need on this ride are Ordnance Survey Explorer Map OL41 Forest of Bowland & Ribblesdale, Ordnance Survey Explorer Map OL2 Yorkshire Dales Southern & Western areas and Ordnance Survey Explorer Map OL7 The English Lakes South-eastern area. You can click here to download the route in Tracklogs Format or click here to download the route in GPS Exchange Format or click here to download the route in Memory Map Navigator Overlay Format or click here to download the route which suitable for use with Quo Mapping Software


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