South Lakes Group

Your Local off-road cycle touring club

For cyclists who love off-road leisure cycling in the South Lakes and the Yorkshire Dales

Part of the ‘Where’s the Brew stop? The off-road cycle touring website’ The site about off-road cycle touring routes, cyclist’s cafes, local group events, the South Lakes Group and good photos

28th July 2012: A ride to Winskill Stones via the Settle Loop of the Pennine Bridleway.

The cake photo at the Bridge House Farm Tearoom where the ride started from.

Regrouping on Dubgarth Hill on Eldroth Lane.

Meadow Cranesbill in the foreground and Ingleborough in the background on Black Bank Road.

Heading along the bridleway towards Craven Ridge Lane Ends

Looking back up the bridleway near Craven Ridge.

The view looking down into Settle from Lodge Road near Lodge Farm.

A bit further along the bridleway, heading up towards the Pennine Bridleway.

The view looking back on Lambert Lane.

Norman in the lead as we head up Stockdale Dale.

Looking back down into Stockdale.

Lunch time view, with Malham Tarn in the background.

The pack lunch.

The view of the Settle Loop, as we follow it around and pass Black Hill

Heading down to the tarmac, near Langcliffe.

Red Clover at side of the Pennine Bridleway as we followed it down to Stainforth.

Its worth locking up the bikes and having small walk to look at Catrigg Force.

We pick the wrong day to check out this Tearoom, closed for a Wedding.

It could worth thinking about as afternoon brew stop in the future.

The view from the bridge Little Stainforth.

Cake photo one at Elanine’s Tearoom in Feizor.

Cake photo two at Elaines Tearoom in Feizor.

A lot of local cyclists forget about Forest of Bowland as cycling area with the two National Parks on the door step, the photo was taken at Harden Bridge when cross over the border of the Yorkshire Dales National Park into the Forest of Bowland.

Honeysuckle in the hedgerow as we head back to Wray.

The view of the River Lune near Bull Beck Bridge, as I was riding back home to Halton.

You can click here to download the GPS route files of the route. To find out where we going next checkout forthcoming events page and don’t forget to post comment on our forum. Also checkout the What’s New Page to see what’s new on the site and you can also signup for site’s free weekly newsletter. You may find more photos taken on this ride by other members posted up on the South Lakes Flickr Group

Click here to see the ride photos of a ride to Glasson by members of the Orme Family or click here to check out other Rough-Stuff Fellowship photo galleries on the web.

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