GPS Cycle and Walking Routes


Yorkshire Cycle Routes

Yorkshire is well known for its vast rural countryside and possesses a wonderful array of options for the cyclist.

In this huge county there is plenty to choose from but one of the main attractions has to be the Yorkshire Dales National Park with miles of outstanding unspoilt scenery making it ideal for cycling.
The Trans Penine Trail also runs through the county and has miles of top quality traffic free cycling to enjoy.
Also of interest is the North York Moors National Park with loads of bridleways, paths and cycle tracks through beautiful countryside.

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You can also view an overview map of all the routes in the using the Yorkshire Cycle Map>>

There are several National Cycle Network signed routes in the county many of which have been mapped and can be viewed and downloaded below.
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Route NamePhotoDistanceDescription
Aire Valley Towpath16 miles (26 km)Follow the Leeds & Liverpool Canal and the River Aire from Leeds to Bingley on this waterside cycle or walk. The route follows National Cycle route 66 and passes Kirkstall Abbey, Bramley Fall, Rodley, Calverley Woods, Apperley Bridge, Thackley, Shipley, Hirst Wood and Dowley Gap with both countryside and urban sections to enjoy. View Full Details>>
Anglers Country Park2 miles (2.5 km)Enjoy a peaceful walk or cycle around this pretty country park in Wakefield. The park consists of a large lake and pretty pond with several bird hides for you to observe the wildfowl visitors. These includes herons, coots, mallard, pied wagtail, osprey, widgeon and yellow wagtail. The lakeside path is perfect for a nice, easy stroll or ride. View Full Details>>
Baildon Moor2 miles (3 km)This large area of moorland near Bradford is great for walkers and cyclists. There's miles of good trails and fantastic views of Leeds and Bradford from the elevated position of the moor. View Full Details>>
Barnsley Canal5 miles (8.5 km)Enjoy a waterside walk or cycle along the Barnsley Canal on this easy route near Royston. This section of the canal follows National Cycle Network Route 67 from Shaw Bridge, near Royston, to Walton. The route runs for just over 5 miles passing Rabbit Ings Country Park, Wintersett Reservoir and the woodland of Haw Park. It's a peaceful area with a nice surfaced path ideal for a safe cycle or easy walk. View Full Details>>
Beryl Burton Cycleway2 miles (3 km)Travel from Knaresborough to the village of Old Bilton on this traffic free cycle path. It starts near the town centre and train station in Knaresborough and heads west through Foolish Wood to Old Bilton passing Bilton Hall Farm on the way. The route can be extended to nearby Harrogate along National Cycle Network Route 67. It's a quiet country lane with nice countryside views so it's also suitable for walkers. View Full Details>>
Boltby Forest8 miles (13 km)This large area of coniferouswoodland on the western edge of the North York Moors is very popular with mountain bikers and walkers. View Full Details>>
Burnley to Hebden Bridge16 miles (25 km)This hilly ride follows NCN route 68 from Lancashire into Yorkshire View Full Details>>
Burnley to Settle32 miles (52 km)Follow National Cycle route 68 through Lancashire and the Yorkshire Dales View Full Details>>
Burnley to Skipton25 miles (40 km)This lovely ride takes you along National Cycle route 68 through Lancashire and Yorkshire View Full Details>>
Calder Aire Link17 miles (27 km)This route provides a link from the Bingley St Ives Estate to the Pennine Bridleway Mary Towneley Loop in Calderdale. It is suitable for walkers and cyclists though a mountain bike is really needed due to the nature of some of the terrain on the path. View Full Details>>
Calder and Hebble Navigation Canal6 miles (9 km)This section of the Calder and Hebble Navigation Canal runs along National Cycle Network route 66 from Sowerby Bridge to Brighouse. It's a nice easy, traffic free ride along the towpath with some lovely views of the Calder Valley countryside and the River Calder. Walkers can also enjoy this section of the canal. View Full Details>>
Calverley Woods2 miles (2.5 km)These woods in Leeds have walking trails and cycling trails suitable for mountain bikes. There's lots of good tracks with some decent jumps. The area also includes the adjacent West Wood with its walking trails taking you to bluebell woodland, an old walled garden and hidden grottoes. View Full Details>>
Chesterfield to Sheffield19 miles (30 km)This is a nice route that follows the Trans Pennine Trail from Chesterfield to Sheffield.
The route starts by the Chesterfield Canal and follows it for a few miles before a spell along a dismantled railway. The route finishes in the centre of Sheffield near the train station but apart from the finish is mainly off road. View Full Details>>
Cropton Forest6 miles (9 km)This large area of coniferous woodland on the North York Moors has miles of footpaths and bridleways for walkers and mountain bikers. This route starts from Levisham train station where you can pick up the tracks into the forest. The trails are on nice wide paths with some climbs and fast descents to enjoy. Keep your eyes peeled for deer as you make your way through the woods. View Full Details>>
Dalby Forest5 miles (8.5 km)Enjoy miles of cycling and walking trails in this large forest in the North York Moors. The forest has lots of different cycling trails to try. These range from easy family routes to challenging trails for experienced mountain bikers. You can hire a bike and then pick one of the colour coded trails. The easy green route is a great one for families while the 21 mile red route is a more challenging single track trail. The trails start from the Dalby Visitor Centre on Dalby Forest Drive. There's also miles of country lanes to follow through the forest and its surrounding area. View Full Details>>
Dearne Valley Park2 miles (3.3 km)Enjoy a short walk or cycle around the pretty Dearne Valley Park in Barnsley. You can follow the path alongside the River Dearne, around the pond and through the peaceful woodland. The park is located just a mile from Barnsley town centre. View Full Details>>
Doncaster to Barnsley19 miles (30 km)This lovely route follows the View Full Details>>
Doncaster to Sheffield31 miles (50 km)This lovely route follows the View Full Details>>
Driffield to Bridlington20 miles (32 km)This ride takes you along NCN route 1 to the Yorkshire coast View Full Details>>
Esholt Woods2 miles (4 km)Enjoy footpaths and mountain bike trails in these woods in the village of Esholt near Shipley. There's a car park at the western end of the woods, just north of the village. From here you can pick up the trails heading east through Jerrison Wood and Spring Wood. Highlights include pretty bluebells in the spring and a path along the Guiseley Beck in the eastern end of the woods. View Full Details>>
Fitzwilliam Country Park2 miles (3.5 km)Enjoy a short walk or cycle along the network of way-marked paths in this pretty country park in the Wakefield area of Yorkshire. The parkfeatures open grassland, woodland and ponds. Look out for wildlife including Water vole, Skylarks and Buzzards. View Full Details>>
Five Weirs Walk6 miles (9.5 km)This cycling and walking trail follows National Cycle Route 6 along the River Don from Sheffield City Centre to the Meadowhall Shopping centre. The route starts atLady's Bridgein Sheffield City Centre, and heads over the Cobweb Bridge, past Bailey Bridge, and throughAttercliffeto Meadhowhall. Along the way you will pass the five weirs from which the route takes its name. It's also a great way to see Sheffield's industrial past and present with lots of interesting riverside buidlings along the way. The path is flat and well maintained so it's a good cycle ride for families. View Full Details>>
Guisborough Forest and Walkway6 miles (10 km)This super country park has cycle trails, walking routes, bridleways, a trim trail and an easier sculpture trail. The park includes the Guisborough Walkway which runs along the former trackbed of the Middlesbrough to Whitby railway line. This includes a wetland area with boardwalks, woodlands and grasslands. You can also climb Highcliff Nab for fabulous views of Teeside and the coast. View Full Details>>
Huddersfield to Barnsley40 miles (65 km)Follow National Cycle routes 68 and 62 on this varied route which takes you through the beautiful peak district and along sections of the Trans Pennine Trail. The route begins by following National Cycle route 68 along the Huddersfield canal to Marsden, via Slaithwaite. You then turn south east towards Holmfirth - a popular tourist destination as the location for the filming of Last of the Summer Wine. The ride continues through some lovely countryside passing the beautiful Winscar Reservoir before a pleasant off road stretch along a dismantled railway line to Penistone. Another lovely off road section along the Trans Pennine Trail takes you into Barnsley. View Full Details>>
Huddersfield to Dewsbury9 miles (15 km)This is a lovely short easy route, which follows the Huddersfield Canal and the River Calder from Huddersfield to Dewsbury along National Cycle route 66. Most of the route is off road making it an ideal family ride. View Full Details>>
Huddersfield to Leeds35 miles (56 km)This ride follows NCN route 66 through Yorkshire View Full Details>>
Huddersfield to Sowerby Bridge14 miles (23 km)Follow National Cycle routes 68 and 69 on this attractive route through the Calder Valley in Yorkshire. You start by following the Huddersfield canal west to Slaithwaite where you turn north into the countryside passing the Slaithwaite Reservoir. Quiet country roads lead you onto Scammonden Water before passing Norland Moor and finishing at Sowerby Bridge train station. View Full Details>>
Hull to Beverley14 miles (22 km)This is a lovely easy ride with plenty of traffic free sections following NCN route 1 through Yorkshire View Full Details>>
Hull to Driffield34 miles (55 km)This is a lovely ride with plenty of traffic free sections following NCN route 1 through Yorkshire View Full Details>>
Hull to Hornsea16 miles (25 km)Follow NCN route 65 on this lovely largely traffic free route View Full Details>>
Hull to Withernsea22 miles (35 km)This fairly flat ride follows NCN route 66 and the South Holderness Rail Trail from Hull to the Yorkshire coast View Full Details>>
Humber Bridge Country Park1 miles (2 km)This Country Park and Local Nature Reserve consists of woods, meadows, ponds and cliffs. From the park there are dramatic views over the River Humber and the iconic Humber Bridge. There are three lovely nature trails waymarked with hand carved owls, rabbits and frogs. You can also follow The Phoenix Sculpture Trail which winds its way through the woods and features 10 unique sculptures. If you are on your bike please cycle carefully on the designated paths. View Full Details>>
Kendal to Settle43 miles (70 km)Follow NCN route 68 on this challenging but rewarding route which takes you from the Cumbrian View Full Details>>
Lady Canning's Plantation1 miles (2 km)This area of woodland in south west Sheffield has some good mountain bike trails and footpaths for walkers. The Blue graded Blue Steel trail twists and turns through berms and rollers from top to bottom. The woods are also criss crossed with miles of footpaths which are popular with dog walkers. View Full Details>>
Lancaster to Settle31 miles (50 km)Travel along National Cycle route 69 from Lancashire into the beautiful Yorkshire Dales on this splendid cycle ride. View Full Details>>
Langdale Forest7 miles (12 km)This large forest in the North Yorks Moors has mountain bike trails and walking routes to try. The coniferous forest has a number of pretty streams and lots of wildlife to look out for. Keep your eyes peeled for nightjar, bullfinch, adders, lizards and the pearl bordered fritillary butterflies. View Full Details>>
Leeds and Liverpool Canal126 miles (203 km)Enjoy waterside cycling and walking along Britain's longest single canal. It runs for 126 miles across the Pennines, passing many villages, towns and cities with a fascinating heritage and industrial history. There are also umpteen pretty locks, viaducts and some wonderful countryside to enjoy. View Full Details>>
Leeds to Barnsley31 miles (50 km)Follow the Trans Penine Trail and NCN route 67 from the city of Leeds to its nearby neighbour Barnsley View Full Details>>
Leeds to Skipton31 miles (50 km)Follow NCN routes 66 and 69 on this lovely Yorkshire ride View Full Details>>
Malham Tarn Estate4 miles (7 km)This beautiful spot in the Yorkshire Dales is perfect for a safe cycle or walk. It is run by the National Trust and consists of a beautiful glacial lake, limestone pavements, upland hill farms and flower-rich hay meadows. There are also delightful waterside paths along the tarn and a National Nature Reserve with a bird hide and rare plants. View Full Details>>
Market Rasen to Hessle37 miles (60 km)This route follows NCN route 1 from Market Rasen in Lincolnshire to Hessle in Yorkshire View Full Details>>
Middlesbrough to Darlington20 miles (32 km)Follow NCN routes 1 & 14 on this pleasant ride View Full Details>>
Middlesbrough to Durham34 miles (55 km)Travel from Yorkshire into County Durham along NCN routes 14 and 1 View Full Details>>
Middlesbrough to Redcar12 miles (20 km)This route follows NCN route 1 from Middlesbrough to Redcar on the Yorkshire coast View Full Details>>
Middlesbrough to Thirsk36 miles (58 km)Follow National Cycle route 65 through North Yorkshire on this challenging ride. The route starts by the railway station in Middlesbrough and heads south into the North York Moors passing through Albert Park, Hemlington Lake and the pretty villages of Hutton Rudby and Swainby. View Full Details>>
Middlesbrough to Whitby40 miles (65 km)This route follows NCN route 1 from Middlesbrough to Whitby on the Yorkshire coast View Full Details>>
Newmillerdam Country Park3 miles (4.25 km)Enjoy cycling and walking paths in this country park in Wakefield. The park includesa central lake surrounded by a surfaced path and woodland with way-marked cycling trails. View Full Details>>
Nidderdale Greenway4 miles (6.5 km)This traffic free route, follows the Nidderdale Greenway from Harrogate to Ripley in Yorkshire. It follows National Cycle Network Route 67 along a dismantled railway line for a distance of about 4 miles. View Full Details>>
Northallerton to Appleby-In-Westmorland62 miles (100 km)This long but rewarding ride follows National Cycle route 71 through the Yorkshire Dales and into Cumbria. There's plenty of lovely scenery on this long route with views of the River Swale, Arkle Beck and the Pennines along the way. View Full Details>>
Northallerton to Leyburn25 miles (40 km)Follow National Cycle route 71 through the Yorkshire Dales on this picturesque ride. You will pass through the villages of Great Langton and Bedale on this mainly on road route. There are also views of the River Swale and the Pennines as you pass through Wensleydale on your way to the market town of Leyburn. View Full Details>>
Otley Chevin Country Park5 miles (8 km)Enjoy cycling and walking trails in this super country park near Leeds. For walkers there are several self guided walking trails while cyclists can enjoy the many bridleways that run through the park. Otley Chevin rises to a height of 280m above sea level, offering fabulous views of the Wharfe Valley and town of Otley below. The park consists of woodland, heathland, meadowland and rocky outcrops. There is also an excellent visitor centre and cafe. View Full Details>>
Pendle Tour32 miles (52 km)This is a very challenging but rewarding ride through the Pendle District on the Lancashire/Yorkshire border View Full Details>>
Penistone to Glossop19 miles (30 km)Starting at Penistone railway follow the Trans Penine Trail to Glossop.
This route is mainly traffic free following off road paths and dismantled railway lines. The final stretch runs between a series of attractive reservoirs and hills making for an interesting and varied finish to the ride as you enter the Peak District. View Full Details>>
Pennine Bridleway120 miles (193 km)This fabulous 120 mile long trail runs through the beautiful Derbyshire Peak District, through Lancashire and on into Yorkshire. View Full Details>>
Rabbit Ings Country Park3 miles (5 km)Enjoy several miles of well designed walking and cycling paths in this lovely country park in Royston, Yorkshire. The 160 acre site includes several waymarked trails and a mountain bike trail. Habitats include wetland, woodland, grassland and ponds. Look out for roe deer, water voles and woodpeckers as you make your way through the park. View Full Details>>
Raincliffe Woods2 miles (3 km)This woodland area in the North York Moors has some good bridleways for mountain biking and nice walking trails. You can park at the car park off Mowthorp Road to pick up the tracks. Follow Middle Road through the centre of the forest before picking up Lady Mildred's Ride to return. If you head all the way through the woods you will come to Scarborough where you can pick up National Cycle Network Route 1. View Full Details>>
Rochdale Canal33 miles (53 km)Follow the Rochdale canal from Manchester to Sowerby Bridge on this waterside route through Greater Manchester and Yorkshire. It starts in the city centre of Manchester and runs for about 33 miles through the Pennine Hills. The canal is an excellent way to see the Pennines without too much effort as the towpath is largely flat. View Full Details>>
Rochdale to Hebden Bridge16 miles (26 km)Follow National Cycle route 66 from Greater Manchester into Yorkshire wih terrific views of the Pennines and several waterside traffic free sections. The route starts by the railway station in Rochdale and soon joins the Rochdale Canal for an easy traffic free run to Smithy Bridge. Here you will pass Hollingworth Lake which has watersports and a nature reserve to enjoy. View Full Details>>
Rochdale to Todmorden11 miles (18 km)This lovely ride follows National Cycle route 66 from Greater Manchester into Yorkshire wih terrific views of the Pennines. The route starts by the railway station in Rochdale and soon joins the Rochdale canal for an easy traffic free run to Smithy Bridge. Here you will pass Hollingworth Lake which has watersports and a nature reserve to enjoy. View Full Details>>
Rother Valley Country Park3 miles (5 km)Rother Valley Country Park is located near Sheffield and is an excellent place for a peaceful waterside walk or cycle. Here you will find 5 pretty lakes, views of the River Rother and a nature reserve which boasts the recording of over 260 different varieties of birds over the past two decades. View Full Details>>
Rotherham to Worksop22 miles (35 km)This ride takes you along National Cycle route 6 from Yorkshire into Nottinghamshire. You start near the train station in Rotherham on the River Rother and head south towards Moorgate. The route then passes through Ulley Country Park with its lovely reservoir and wildlife. View Full Details>>
Roundhay Park2 miles (2.5 km)Explore 700 acres of parkland, lakes, woodland and gardens in one of the largest parks Britain. A number of well laid out footpaths run through the park making it ideal for an afternoon stroll. Most of the route below is designed for walkers but National Cycle Network route 677 also runs through the park so you can bring your bike too. View Full Details>>
Scarborough to Bridlington25 miles (40 km)This lovely ride follows NCN route 1 between these two Yorkshire based coastal towns View Full Details>>
Selby to Doncaster36 miles (58 km)Follow National Cycle route 62 on the Trans Penine Trail from Selby to Doncaster.
The ride begins on the Selby Canal following it to Brayton before a mixture of off road paths and quiet roads take you to Carlton where you cross the River Aire. More country lanes then take you to Pollington crossing the Aire and Calder Navigation and then joining the New Junction canal for an off road section to Braithwaite. The ride continues to Bentley before passing Cusworth Hall and crossing the River Don taking you into Doncaster. View Full Details>>
Selby to Hessle37 miles (60 km)This lovely route starts in Selby and follows National Cycle route 65 and the Trans Pennine Trail to Hessle. You begin by the River Ouse in Selby and head towards Heminbrough along the river. The route continues on country roads through the pretty village of Barmby on the Marsh on the River Derwent and then onto Howden before rejoining the riverside track at Faxfleet. More quiet roads then take you through Brantingham and Elloughton before a pleasant run along the River Humber takes you into Hessle where you will pass the iconic Humber Bridge. This is a fairly flat ride with some lovely waterside stretches. View Full Details>>
Settle Loop10 miles (16 km)This circular cycle or walk explores the area surrounding the Yorkshire town of Settle. It's a beautiful area with striking limestone scenery and some challenging climbs with the reward of magnificent far reaching views. The circuit runs for about 10 miles with views of Malham Tarn, Yorkshire's Three Peaks and Attermire Scar. At the eastern end of the route you have the option of continuing on to the splendid Malham Tarn Estate. Here you can enjoy cycling and walking trails around the beautiful glacial lake and enjoy a climb to Fountains Fell. View Full Details>>
Settle to Ripon41 miles (66 km)Travel along National Cycle routes 68 and 688 on this incredible ride through the stunning Yorkshire Dales. View Full Details>>
Sheffield to Barnsley31 miles (50 km)This route follows the View Full Details>>
Sheffield to Penistone25 miles (40 km)This route follows the View Full Details>>
Silton Forest5 miles (8 km)Enjoy miles of mountain bike trails and footpaths in this large coniferous forest on the North York Moors. You can park on Moor Lane near to the village of Nether Stilton to start your exercise. A cycling and walking trail then runs to the north of the forest along National Cycle Network Route 65. The tracks are great for mountain bikers with berms, humps, tight turns and drops. View Full Details>>
Spen Valley Greenway8 miles (13 km)This splendid cycling and walking route runs along a disused railway line from Dewsbury to Oakenshaw near Bradford. The path is well surfaced and entirely traffic free. As such it is ideal for families with young children or anyone looking for a nice easy ride or walk. View Full Details>>
Stainburn Forest4 miles (6 km)This forest near Harrogate has three mountain bike trails to try. There are two red graded trails and a black graded narrow single track trail for the more experienced rider. All the trails are way-marked with colour coded discs. There are rocky descents, technical obstacles and great views of the Washburn Valley. View Full Details>>
Sunderland to Middlesbrough39 miles (63 km)Travel between these two major north eastern cities along National Cycle routes 1 and 14 on this interesting ride View Full Details>>
Thirsk to Northallerton12 miles (20 km)Follow NCN routes 65 and 71 on this short but attractive route View Full Details>>
Trans Pennine Trail215 miles (346 km)This terrific walking and cycling trail runs from coast to coast across northern England entirely on surfaced paths. It starts on the Yorkshire coast at Hornsea and passes through Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Greater Manchester before finishing on the Merseyside coast at Southport. View Full Details>>
Ulley Country Park1 miles (2 km)Enjoy a short walk or cycle around the beautiful Ulley Reservoir near Rotherham. There are lovely paved paths around the reservoir and fanatastic views of the surrounding Yorkshire countryside. View Full Details>>
Wakefield Canal9 miles (14 km)Follow the Wakefield Branch of the Aire and Calder Navigation Canal from Wakefield to Castelford on this waterside walk in West Yorkshire. The towpath is quite open for much of the way so there are nice wide ranging views of some beautiful countryside to enjoy. The route finishes at Castlefield railway station so you can return easily by public transport. View Full Details>>
Way of the Roses170 miles (274 km)This fabulous 170 mile national cycle network route takes you right across the country from west to east coast along off road paths and quiet country roads. View Full Details>>
Wharncliffe Woods9 miles (15 km)Enjoy miles of cycling and walking trails through this large wooded area near Rotherham. The route starts at the Woodhead road car park and follows the Trans Pennine Trail north through the woods towards Wortley. You then double back on the same trail before heading towards Wharncliffe Crags and Wharncliffe Nature Reserve. Here you can find heather, scrub and bracken with a variety of wildlife including nightjar,linnet,viviparous lizardandgreen tiger beetle. There are also streams and tranquil ponds to enjoy on your tour of the woods. View Full Details>>
Whitby to Robin Hoods Bay on the Cinder Track7 miles (11.5 km)This cycle ride takes you along a traffic free section of the National Cycle Network from Whitby to Robin Hoods Bay along the Cinder Track. It runs for about 7 miles along a disused railway line with fabulous views of the coast to enjoy on the way. View Full Details>>
Whitby to Scarborough22 miles (35 km)Take this beautiful coastal ride in North Yorkshire from Whitby to Scarborough and marvel at the spectacular scenery. The route follows National Cycle Network route 1 along traffic free paths making for an enjoyable and easy ride. Route highlights are the views of Robin Hood's Bay, the coast at Ravenscar and the beauty spot of Hayburn Wyke. View Full Details>>
Winscar Reservoir3 miles (5 km)Enjoy a cycle or walk along the beautiful Winscar Reservoir in the Peak District. The reservoir is ideal for a short, easy cycle or walk using the waterside tarmac path on the eastern side. The surrounding scenery of the Peak District makes a wonderful backdrop. View Full Details>>
Worsbrough Mill Country Park2 miles (2.5 km)This splendid park includes a 17th Century working water mill set in 240 acres of lovely parkland. The park includes cycling and walking paths taking your around the 60 acre reservoir. You can also tour the mill and learn about the milling process and the history of the mill. View Full Details>>
Wykeham Forest4 miles (6 km)This large forest in the North York Moors has miles of walking trails and a mountain bike trail. Cyclists can also follow the many country lanes that run through the woods. The woods consist mainly of pinetrees with some great viewpoints to visit. The Raptor viewpoint overlooks Troutsdaleand is a popular spot for birdwatchers looking for birds of prey such as Buzzards and Crossbills. From the High Wood Brow viewpoint there are great views over the River Derwent Valley. View Full Details>>
Yearsley Woods2 miles (4 km)These expansive woods in the Howardian Hills have mountain bike trails and footpaths to try. The woods are quite hilly on the north western side so there's good opportunities for some fast descents for cyclists. There's also good wide footpaths leading to a large picturesque pond and a couple of smaller ponds. Look out for a variety of woodland birds as you make your way along the paths. View Full Details>>
York to Beverley40 miles (65 km)This ride follows NCN routes 66 and 1 through Yorkshire View Full Details>>
York to Northallerton50 miles (80 km)Follow NCN routes 65 and 71 through Yorkshire on this long but fairly flat route View Full Details>>
York to Selby16 miles (25 km)This lovely cycle and walk route starts on the banks of the River Ouse in the city of York and follows the Trans Pennine Trail and the York to Selby Railway Path south to Selby.
This mostly flat, off road route is ideal for a relaxing afternoon's cycling or walking and has views of York racecourse and the River Ouse. View Full Details>>
York to Thirsk37 miles (60 km)Follow NCN route 65 through Yorkshire on this lovely route View Full Details>>

Your Submitted Routes

Route NameDistanceDifficulty
Gargrave Loop19 miles (30 km)***
Leeds to Shipley12 miles (20 km)*
Shipley to Steeton11 miles (18 km)*

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