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



1st April 2013: A ride up the Lune Valley to Sedbergh

The cake photo at the The Cariad Coffee House in Kirkby Lonsdale.

Heading along Laitha towards High Casterton.

The view looking across the deep ford across the River Lune at Low Beckfoot.

The view looking down the River Lune towards Kirkby Lonsdale from the ford at Low Beckfoot.

A view of the pack horse bridge near Beckfoot Farm.

The view looking back towards Beckfoot Farm on High Beckfoot Lane.

Looking back on High Beckfoot Lane after passing Kirkby Lonsdale golf course.

A bit further along High Beckfoot Lane.

A view of the ford at end of High Beckfoot Lane near Treasonfield.

A view of the track between Betweengates Lane and the A683.

A view of  Low Lane as we headed towards Abba Farm.

The view looking across the fields as we headed toward Low Waterside from Middleton Hall Bridge

Looking back up the bridleway towards Low Waterside.

Old farm machinery in a field at side of the bridleway.

A view of the bridleway as we headed through the woods up to A683.

Looking back down the bridleway from Holme Fell.

A view of Abbot Holme Bridge.

The view looking up the River Dee from Abbot Holme Bridge.

A lunchtime view in Sedbergh.

A view of the ford across the River Rawthey between A683 and Holme Open Farm.

A view of bridleway as we headed from Killington to Beckside.

A view of the bridleway looking back to Beckside, as we followed it up to Aikrigg.

Another view looking back down the bridleway into the Lune Valley as we head towards Aikrigg.

A signpost on the Old Scotch Road.

Love or hate them its a view of the new Wind Farm above Old Hutton.

A view of the bridleway between the Old Scotch Road and the B 6254.

The deer at Kitridding where the Tearoom was not open on Bank Holiday.

Looking at the view from the bridleway from Town End Farm to Whin Yeats.

Yes we had to lift it.

Late afternoon sunlight in the woods as followed the bridleway towards Burton-in-Kendal.

Trees at side of bridleway.

A view looking towards the Lakes from Slape Lane as we follow it towards Burton-in-Kendal.

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