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Evening all! I have created a route that me and a couple of friends are planning on doing in the summer on some classic bikes, and would like any criticism or changes from yourselves! 

this route, starting pretty much anywhere in manchester, takes you across the peak district, up into the yorkshire dales, across and round the lake district and back home again 


any constructive criticism or things to look out for on our trip would be much appreciated. 

The trip is as follows:

Google maps set to avoid motorways 

Day 1 4hr 30mins 
Start point 
Ladybower inn 
Midhope court - midhopestone
The new inn - penistone 
Greenhow hill
Barden bunk barn 
Stockdale R&J 
Wharfedale riding school 
Ribblehead viaduct


Day 2 5hr 45mins 
Ribblehead viaduct 
Pooley bridge
Hardknott pass
The kings head - thirlmere


Day 3 4hrs 10mins 
The kings head 
Troutbeck bridge 
Far sawery 
Newby bridge
Devils bridge 
Old moor road 
Russells lane 
Bridge house farm 
Stephenson RC
Helks brow
Cross of greet
Robinson C&DT


there are things on this list that are clearly not sight seeing they’re just marker points for ease of using google maps. 

please feel free to use this if you think its any good! 

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