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MTB Ride touching 4 Dales

Today took a longish ride from Hawes which touched on Wensleydale, Widdale, Dentdale and Garsdale.

Distance: 25 milesGPX-50(1)
Time: 3 hours

Mainly off road, some tough climbs made up for by a great off-road descent to Newby Head and a steep drop down to Garsdale Station on the Coal Road.

From Hawes ride towards Bainbridge on the A684 then after about a mile trun up to Burtersett. Follow the road up through the Village aand after another mile of climbing, you come to a “crossroads” where the bridleway crosses the road, it on the corner and you can`t really miss it. Turn right and continue climbing. This track climbs for over a mile, keep going through to 2 gates before a flat section and then a descent down to the Beggermans Road, near to Fleet Moss. Follow this road for about 3/4 mile and take the single track road to the right signposted to Cam. This single track tarmac road carries on for about 2.5 miles. Once at the top follow the road to the left past the bridleway, don`t take this bridleway turning back to Hawes and Snaizeholme. After another 1/4 mile you come to set of gates and a cattle grid. Just before this is a field gate and a signposted Bridleway to the right Newby Head Road 2.5 miles. Go through the gate and follow the track across the top of the Fells, the track starts to become gravelled. You start to descend and pass though a small gate.

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Random Winter Pictures

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A Walk up Inglebrough

Had walk up Inglebrough today. Set off from the Chapel le dale Church car park. The straight up the front of the mountain following the now mainly Stone flagged path. Very misty on top could not see any views, but on the way down having followed the ridge round the mist did clear a bit to get a view of the Ribblehead Viaduct. Then back past the Hill Inn for a swift pint. Great pub for walkers and bikers!!

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