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The Yorkshire Wolds

The Yorkshire Wolds is a crescent of rolling chalk hills extending from the Humber estuary at Hessle to the magnificent cliffs of Flamborough Head and Bempton. Cycling give you the freedom to explore and to really enjoy this hidden corner of England at your own pace, away from the small market towns and scattered villages with only skylarks and a hare or two for company.

Bempton Cliffs and Rudston24 miles, circularDownload

Sledmere Country18 miles, circularDownload

Thixendale22 miles, circularDownload

Millington Dale and Warter18 miles, circularDownload

South Dalton, Lockington and Lund21 miles, circularDownload

Burton Agnes and Kilham24 miles, circularDownload

North NewbaldDownload

Great Wold ValleyDownload

The Cinder Track(Scarborough to Whitby)22 miles, linear

Overview

Scarborough to Whitby Map

The Trail

Water Wold 15 miles, circular

Countryside ride discovering the rolling Yorkshire Wolds and its villages.

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Wetherby Railway Path– Wetherby to Spotfforth and Thorp Arch

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Spen Valley Greenway8 miles, linear

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Yorkshire Dales Cycleway130 miles, circular

The cycleway is a circularroute visiting most of the major dales in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and can be started at any point.  Further information

 

Wheels through the Wolds 11 miles, circular

Gentle ride through rich and rolling farmland.  Further information
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Bowland by Bike – In andaround the Forest of Bowland(North-east Lancashire and North Yorkshire)

No two routes are alike in terms of scenery, attractions and physical effort. This leaflet details five recommended cycle routes in and around theForest ofBowland Areaof Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) which covers 310sq.miles of rural north-eastLancashireandNorth Yorkshire.

The Roses Border Ride35 miles, circular

Tour of Pendle Hill15 miles, circular

Salter Fell to Cross o’Greets31 miles, circular

Grizedale and Bleasdale27 miles, circular

Rivers Lune and Wyre  30 miles, circular

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WATERSIDECYCLING

Gargrave10 mile, circular.  Further information

 

FAMILYCYCLING

Family Rides in the Yorkshire Dales(short-cuts for tired legs)

Ilkley to Bolton Abbey5 miles, linearDownload

Into Dentdale  8 miles, circularDownload

Lower Wharfedale  6 - 16 miles, circularDownload

Exploring Swaledale  15 miles, circularDownload

Gargrave  8 miles, circular  Download

Settle17 miles, circularDownload

Skipton and Bolton Abbey6 miles, linearDownload

The Howgills  14 miles, circularDownload

Upper Wharfedale  7 - 23 miles, circularDownload

Dalby Forest 6 miles, circular

Short ride through Dalby Forest.  Further information
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Ride along the Leeds and Liverpool Canal at Gargrave 5 miles, linear

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