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Ride around Inglebrough

Found a local ride listed in an old edition of MBUK (340) on Viewranger which was a circular route of Inglebrough, so I thought why now give it a go.

Now due to issues with a change of car I could not not use my roof rack and my bike would not fit my old rear rack, so I had to get a lift over to Ribblehead. Thus the ride I did is not exactly the same as the ride in the magazine, .gpx included. I had to start from Ingleborough but then instead of doing a circular route I had to ride back to Hawes.

Distance: 27.75 miles
Time: 3 to 4 hours
Provides great views of the 3 Peaks of Yorkshire. The riding isn’t too technical but offers a good variation of climbs and descents. Both on and off road.
Viewranger details from MBUK340

This loop is supposed to start at the car park in Ingleton but as mentioned I did not take that option, instead I started about half way around the loop about a mile past Selside on the B6479 at a layby. As you can also see from the photos the glourios hot weather we have been having seems to have turned into a damp and misty day but hey thats what windproofs and waterproofs are for.

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MTB – Past Snaizeholme towards Ribblehead

Video of a XC loop route from Hawes, past Snaizeholme and Cam towards Ribblehead.

Distance: Approx 20 miles
Time: Approx 2.5 hours
Starts with a long climb on sometimes rocky track, may need some bike carrying. Followed by a fantastic descent on a resurfaced Bridleway.

10 minute video of most of the route.

Loop takes you from Hawes along the B6255 taking the bridleway at the top of the hill, where the road bends after about half a mile. What Continue reading

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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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