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A 33.87 cycle ride around the northern part of Lake Windermere

Following the bridleway down to Trout Beck from the A592, you can see rest of the ride photos which this route is based on at this link.

This route is 33.87 miles long, starting and finishing at Kendal Leisure Centre, there are seven off-road sections, with two cafe stops at Wilf’s Cafe in Staveley and at the Cafe at Wray Castle. The map you need for this ride are 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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