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Esh Winning Circular Via Langley Park Cycle Route



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Cycle Route Details
Route NameEsh Winning Circular Via Langley Park
Distance : miles (km)13.44  (21.63)
Duration(hh:mm)01:18
Difficulty
Posted ByAndrew
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityDurham
County/RegionDurham
Start LocationOsprey Close, Esh Winning
End LocationOsprey Close, Esh Winning
Cycle Steps
From Esh Winning, head on the road towards Cornsay Colliery then turn right and head up the road towards Langley park. Follow the road into Langley Park then pick up the cycle path and follow it all of the way round, past the fishing ponds and picnic area (near Broompark) and continue back to Esh Winning
Your comments?
posted by:DerickRating : difficult :
Hi Rhys,Thanks for pnositg and thanks for you kind comments. Would be great if you could upload some of your routes. The feedback from the site has been overwhelmingly positive. I have also come across the view from one or two people that I shouldn't be doing this on the grounds that it will ruin the tracks by making them too popular. Not sure I follow this logic in the case of Swinley as Gorrick themselves provide maps of the mountain biking areas and the likes of BOB promote Swinley on a much larger scale than I do on this site. These are all sanctioned tracks so I don't think there's anything wrong with giving people some guidance. Pretty much all the people who use this site are looking it up because they already intend to visit Swinley anyway. More riders at Swinley means money for Swinley, which can only be a good thing.As for other areas, I'm not sure. There is plenty to keep me busy in Swinley at the moment. I guess I'm a but more sympathetic to the view that popularising some of the un-sanctioned tracks in the area may be a problem. I'm happy for people to upload nice routes along bridleways etc, maybe even some road rides. It's certainly something I wanted to do () We'll see where it goes though and what the appetite is for expanding the scope a bit in to other areas. Always happy to hear people's views though, positive or negative.


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