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A 46.7 mile ride up the Lyth Valley to Staveley starting from Tewitfield in North Lancashire

This route is 46.7 miles long and mainly on road with two tracks, there two cafe stops at the Farleton View Tearoom at Wath Sutton and Wilf’s Cafe in Staveley. Map you need on the ride is Ordnance Survey 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.

A view of Brigsteer Causeway up the Lyth Valley, you can see more photos of  the South Lakes Group ride this route is base on at this link.

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