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|Cycle Route Details|
|Route Name||Seascale to Swaledale|
|Distance : miles (km)||99.96 (160.87)|
|Posted By||S Lord|
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|This route follows the general lines of Wainwright's walking route but overlaps that route exactly only on bridlepaths in the Cleveland Hills and North York Moors.
It is designed to give a taste for the Lake District, Pennines, Yorkshire Dales, Cleveland Hills and North York moors while avoiding the path itself and the headaches of stiles and lots of walkers - all signs that say clearly 'not suitable and often not legal for bikes'.
Part One takes you over the Pennines and famous Tan Hill Inn (camp there) and down into the Yorkshire Dales, stopping for lunch at the Charles Bathurst Inn and heading into Reeth (crosses the walking route) and into Swaledale.
|Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?|
|Numerous campsites, only small shops for much of the route and not many bike shops without diversions.
|Cycling Clubs located in this region|