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View from Low Wood looking west over Windermere to the Langdale Pikes

Skelwith Fold looking west to Langdale Pikes

New deer-proof fencing and gate on this byway

Mountain bikes only on the bridleway at the top of Wasdale!

New signposts for cyclists in Eskdale

New signposts, I think, on the Eskdale cycle route

Gate on cycleway along the Esk valley

Footpath and bridleway signs in the Lake District have been replaced with symbols showing who can use the trail.

Cyclists accidentally off the bridleway along High Street - they soon got back on track

Cyclists accidentally off the bridleway along High Street - they soon got back on track

Hugely improved footpath across peaty bog below High Street

Bridleways above Patterdale

Temporary access to Fitz Park, Keswick, for cyclists towards Crosthwaite Road, pending post-Storm Desmond repairs

Bridleway towards Helvellyn, with notice saying they're aware of damage caused by Storm Desmond and will try to fix it soon...

Bridleway to Glenridding, showing post-Storm Desmond repairs

Castlerigg stone circle, on NCN route 71 on the edge of Keswick

NCN route 71 at the Castlerigg stone circle

On the day that the A591 reopened, this shows part of the temporary route for bikes and an hourly shuttle bus provided during the closure (since Storm Desmond in December 2015 to May 2016).

Cycleway under Station Road, Keswick, closed since Storm Desmond (December 2015)

Footbridge in Keswick, closed since Storm Desmond (December 2015)

Footbridge in Keswick, closed since Storm Desmond (December 2015)

Cut-through in Keswick

Asphalt path leading to the Keswick Railway Path (NCN route 71)

Bridge under the Keswick Railway Path (NCN route 71) with access to the left on both sides of the bridge.

Two ramps down from the Keswick Railway Path (NCN route 71).

No damage to this bridge on the Keswick Railway Path (NCN route 71)

Details of the bridges washed out by Storm Desmond on the Keswick Railway Path (NCN route 71)

Details of the bridges washed out by Storm Desmond on the Keswick Railway Path (NCN route 71)

Stepped access here to the Keswick Railway Path (NCN route 71)

Bridleway on the Muncaster estate

Footbridge across the railway from the Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway terminus.

Windermere ferry which links Bowness with the cycle route along the west side of the lake.

Langdale Pikes seen from Regional Route 37, Elterwater, Cumbria.

Byway/bridleway sign by Haweswater

Bridge on track by Haweswater

Bridleway (and Roman road) on High Street

Ford on bridleway just north of Grasmere

Bridleway just north of Grasmere

Bridleway just north of Grasmere

A couple of rather low cycle stands near Dove Cottage

Junction of bridleways in Borrowdale

Bridleway in Borrowdale

Bridleway in Borrowdale

Bridleway in Borrowdale

Cycle parking with authentic National Trust signage on each one.

Route from footbridge to central Keswick

Unsurfaced access to footbridge to Fitz Park, Keswick

Cut-through in Keswick

No cycle facilities at the Cumberland Pencil Museum

Keswick Bikes (new larger premises)

Whinlatter Bikes, Keswick

NCN route 71 signs at the start of the pedestrianised shopping zone, Keswick

Cycle parking at Booths, Keswick ('the Waitrose of the North')

Access to footbridge to Fitz Park

Footbridge from Fitz Park to central Keswick

Cyclists Dismount sign at start of pedestrianised shopping zone, Keswick

Road closure by underpass to the lake, Keswick

Left turns allowed for cyclists

Biking Holidays with KE Adventure, Keswick

Path to underpass to the lake, Keswick

Road closure at underpass to the lake, Keswick

Link to the Railway Footpath, Keswick

Cyclists on footpath in Fitz Park, Keswick

Cyclists on riverside path, Fitz Park, Keswick

Sign to BMX track - on what is meant to be a riverside footpath in Keswick's Fitz Park

Road bridge and footbridge from Fitz Park to central Keswick

Lowish bridge on riverside path, Fitz Park, Keswick

Ramped access to bridge from Fitz Park to central Keswick - why not officially allow cyclists to use this route?

Ramped access to footbridge from Fitz Park to central Keswick

Footbridge from Fitz Park to central Keswick

Stepped access to the Railway Footpath, Keswick

Beware Runners on the the Railway Footpath, Keswick

The Railway Footpath, Keswick, to the right passing the old station platform (now part of a hotel)

the Railway Footpath, Keswick

Group of cyclists at the start of the Railway Footpath, Keswick

NCN route 71 should presumably be on the road, not the footway, from the Railway Footpath into central Keswick

Sign to the start of the Railway Footpath, Keswick - this is now NCN route 71, not 7, it seems.

Location uncertain, but the centre line on the A591 has been moved so that there's more space to overtake cyclists in the uphill direction.

Cyclists on the Old Corpse Road south of Wast Water

Cyclist on the Old Corpse Road south of Wast Water

Bridge on byway south of Seathwaite

Byway below Great Gable

Gate on bridleway on National Trust land above Wastwater

Bridge on the Old Corpse Road byway above Wastwater.

Former route of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway (above the section that's still in use)

Branch off former route of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway

Cyclists on stepping stones, Boot

Cyclist refusing to use the ford, Eskdale

Cycling along the Esk

Bridleway north of Boot

Byway north out of Boot

Byway down into Boot

Former route of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway - this section not being opened up as a walking and cycling route.

Former route of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway - now being opened up as a walking and cycling route.

Former route of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway - now being opened up as a walking and cycling route.

Former route of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway - now being opened up as a walking and cycling route.

Path on former route of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway (above the section that's still in use)

Bridge on former route of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway (above the section that's still in use)

Path on former route of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway (above the section that's still in use)

Bridleway and ford in Eskdale

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