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Stage 6: Settle to Sedbergh – Pennine Cycleway

Difficult
03:12
29.3 mi
9.1 mph
2,325 ft
2,900 ft
Expert bike ride. Very good fitness required. Mostly paved surfaces. Suitable for all skill levels.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
18.9 mi
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Yordas Cave

Bike Touring Highlight

19.3 mi
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Dentdale

Bike Touring Highlight

20.9 mi
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Deepdale Climb (White Moss)

Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

25.2 mi
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Dent

Bike Touring Highlight

29.3 mi
Destination

Tour Profile

Waytypes

Singletrack: 438 yd
Path: 0.29 mi
Street: 0.58 mi
Road: 28.2 mi

Surfaces

Unpaved: 0.54 mi
Cobblestones: 164 yd
Paved: 25.6 mi
Asphalt: 2.93 mi
Unknown: 288 yd

Weather Forecast

komoot planned a bike ride.

August 17, 2019

Comments

  • komoot

    Rocky crags, cavernous underground labyrinths, ancient woodland, former metal mines, cascading waterfalls, trickling streams and sweeping moors – the Yorkshire Dales is known for its wild and windswept landscapes. Stage six of the Pennine Cycleway will guide you through some of the areas' most spectacular landscapes.

    Within a few miles of setting off, you will enter the Ribber Valley, a lovely section of the route through the dales. If you are on a mountain bike, you may want to consider the original cobbled track between Austwick and Clapham rather than following the cycle path along the main road.

    From Clapham, you will cycle country lanes through green countryside and dry-stone lined fields towards Ingleton, lovingly known as the Land of Caves and Waterfalls.

    A climb will take you into Dentdale, a stunning Yorkshire dale with an underground network of caves and the babbling Kingsdale Beck.

    The route continues to climb up to the highest point in Lancashire before descending down a long and winding road into Deepdale, where you continue to be spoiled by spectacular scenery.

    Along the way, you will pass the sleepy villages of Dent and Gawthrop whilst following the River Dee as it carves through the landscape, before arriving at Sedbergh. Brimming with interesting bookshops, this pretty town has dubbed itself “the book town of England.” After browsing through the varied literature, you will easily find comfortable accommodation to spend the night.

    • August 17, 2019