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Brandesburton to North Frodingham Circular Cycle Route



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Cycle Route Details
Route NameBrandesburton to North Frodingham Circular
Distance : miles (km)9.82  (15.80)
Duration(hh:mm)00:54
Difficulty
Posted ByM Blurton
Calories Burned kcal
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityHornsea
County/RegionEast Riding of Yorkshire
Start LocationBrandesburton (off A165)
End LocationBrandesburton (off A165)
Cycle Steps
Starting from the Post Office in Brandesburton, head out of the village northwards. An alternative route is along Church Lane which can be found just past the village stores heading out of the village.

On reaching the A165 there is a small pathway through the trees to a layby. During the week a snack bar can be found parked up in the lay by. Cross the A165 (busy road, be careful) and turn right along a minor road signposted Bewholme. Follow the road for 1 mile until you reach an industrial estate. There is a cafe sited on the industrial estate, Catfoss Cafe, open weekdays until 2pm (http://www.catfoss-biker-cafe.com/). Turn left after the industrial estate and carry on until you meet the A165 again. Turn right towards Warley Cross. On entering Warley Cross you will find Warley Cross cafe. Open every day from 8am until 2pm. Carry on carefully along the A165 for 1/2 mile and take the turning left towards North Frodingham. Go through the village until you see a right turn signposted Brandesburton. Turn left and take the minor road for around 4 miles until you arrive back into Brandesburton. Pubs can be found in North Frodingham and Brandesburton. Route is mainly flat with few very gradual gradients.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Cafe on Catfoss Industrial Estate, and Warley Cross. Snack bar in layby near the start at Brandesburton. Pubs in Brandesburton and North Frodingham serving food throughout the day.

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