This is a classic ‘coast to coast’ cycling touring adventure done as a short break or longer holiday, challenging in both distance and terrain
Tagged: Yorkshire Dales
A beautiful June day. The sort of day which makes you wonder why you ever booked that holiday to Mallorca. There can be no better place to be than the Yorkshire Dales when the sun is beating down, the summer flowers in their infancy adorning the roadsides and the cottage...
Picture, if you can, a dank day at the beginning of January. The festive season consigned to boxes in the attic, the holiday period well and truly over and months of work ahead with the summer holidays a far too distant promise somewhere on the distant horizon. Malhamdale is shrouded...
In July 2014 the world famous cycle race, the Tour de France, started in Yorkshire. The first two stages covered some of the most stunning scenery in the country
The Yorkshire Dales Cycle Way is a superb but challenging 210km (130 mile) circular route visiting most of the major dales in the Yorkshire Dales National Park
The Way of the Roses is a relatively new coast to coast cycle route from Morecambe on the north west coast of the UK to Bridlington in the east
The Abbeys Amble is a long-distance path in North Yorkshire, England. It is a circular walk of 103 miles (165 km), starting and ending at Ripon Cathedral.
The Bracken Way is a route which was originally set out by some walkers and lovers of the Yorkshire Dales, and named after their Border Collie “Bracken”.
This outstanding circular walk of 100 miles in length, starts and finishes in Horton-in-Ribblesdale, and encompasses the major dales and outer fells of the Yorkshire Dales