Pennine Bridleway Cycling: Lancashire and the Yorkshire Dales

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Handy guidebook for anyone cycling the Pennine Bridleway National Trail. Over 140km of mountain biking riding through Lancashire and the Yorkshire Dales are covered, along with an anti-clockwise route round half of the Mary Towneley Loop. 11 circular day MTB routes in the Yorkshire Dales using the Bridleway are also included.
Cycling the Pennine Bridleway guide from Cicerone Press covering the 145-km / 90 mile route through Lancashire and the Yorkshire Dales, with stage-by-stage descriptions, OS Landranger map extracts, route profiles, information about local facilities and services, etc.

The guide covers the current northern section of the Pennine Bridleway route, from Summit (near Littleborough, Rochdale) across the Yorkshire Dales to Ravenstonedale, near Kirkby Stephen in Cumbria. Also covered is half of the Mary Towneley Loop at the southern end of this section, plus 11 additional circular day rides.

Each stage of the route has a detailed description and is accompanied by an information panel showing the % off road, OS grid coordinates for the start and finish, distance and ascent, grading, etc, plus map extracts from the OS 1:50,000 Landranger series and elevation profiles. Also provided are map numbers for the alternative, more detailed presentation of the terrain by the OS Explorer maps at 1:25,000, all available from Stanfords’ website.

An introductory section provides general information and advice; appendices offer route summary tables, tables with local facilities, accommodation recommendations, etc.
More Information
Weight 0.270000
Author Keith Bradbury
Availability IP
Department Cycling
Format Paperback PVC Cover
ISBN 9781852846558
Pages 208
Published 16/02/2017
Publisher Cicerone Press
Section Cycling Guides
Series Cicerone Great Britain & Ireland Cycling Guides
Size Unfolded 12x17.5cm
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