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A 19.18 mile ride to the Crook n’Lune, near Halton in North Lancashire

A view of the Hindburn Bridge, you can see rest  ride photos which this route is base on at this link.

This is 19.18 mile route, with one cafe stop at the Bridge House Farm Tearooms in Wray, a good stopping point for lunch is the Crook n’ Lune where there is cafe and plenty of places to sit to eat your sandwiches and look at the views. Maps you need for the ride are Ordnance Survey OL 2 Yorkshire Dales Southern & Western  areas and Ordnance Survey OL41 Forest of Bowland & Ribblesdale.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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