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

9th February 2014: A ride to Beacon Fell

The cake photo at Cafe d’Lune in Conder Green where the ride started from.

A view of the inside of Cafe d’Lune.

Another view of Cafe d’Lune.

Regrouping at Cleveley Bridge.

John at the top of the climb in Barnacre.

The church at Claughton.

The sign say it all!

A farm building near Little Bannister Hey.

A tree in a field

The lunch time view at Brock Mill.


The view from Beacon Fell, looking to wards East Lancashire.

The South Lakes Group at summit of Beacon Fell.

A view of one path down from summit of Beacon Fell.

Heading down Snape Rake Lane.

Heading across bridge over the River Brock.

Heading towards the tarmac on the other side of the Brock Valley.

Following the permitted bridleway down to Calder Vale Church.

A view of the mill pond at Calder Vale.

A view of Calder Vale.

The cake photo at the Apple Tree Store Cafe.

You can click here to download  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.

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Click here to see ride photos of the 16th February ride of the South Lakes Group to Scout Hill or click here to check out other photo galleries on the ‘Where’s the Brew Stop?’ Websites

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