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Cycle path in Pull Woods

Pull Woods road crossing looking south.

Cycle path crossing road in Pull Woods. Not obvious going north that you cross the road. Can turn left and rejoin the cycle path later.

Unsigned left turn on cycle route towards Wray Castle. More obvious coming the other way.

Start of Pull Wyke woods cycle route. Note the surface is crushed slate and there are some steep sections, so if you are on a road bike or heavily loaded, you may prefer to keep to the road.

Start of Lake shore path on West side of Windermere

Start of lake shore cycle path signed as part of NCN6, on west side of Windermere.

Bridge on cycle path at Pull Wyke

Start of cycle path parallel to B5286. Off the road but poor quality crushed slate path, so no good for racing bikes or others with thin tyres.

End of cycle path at Troutbeck Bridge. No cycle path or lanes south of here to Windermere, along a steep and busy road.

Start of NCN6 section from Troutbeck Bridge to Langdale Chase via Brockhole

Cycle path Coniston to High Yewdale, parallel to A593 road. Shows how the route fords streams using surface only suitable for bikes with fat tyres. Fords have bridge bypasses. Cycle route is surfaced with crushed slate waste. Tourers wi ... [more]

Bridge over Brathay just west of Skelwith Force. Bridge was purpose built to create the cycle route at this point.

Knipe telephone box with no phone but has everything else

Shap to Burnbanks (near Haweswater Reservoir) a contour cycleway/road no unauthorised motor vehicles. This shows where it crosses the road to the Filter House and Swindale Head

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