Conquer some long bursting climbs...
It’s a region that is crisscrossed with national cycleways that follow old railway tracks, custom built paths and quiet leafy lanes. And the trails across the dales and moors offer endless cycling possibilities for both novices and the adventurous alike.
Cycling is a lovely way to explore the area whilst you’re on holiday. You get to see more and feel more in touch with the countryside around you and you can be sure that wherever you stay there will be some great cycling routes close at hand. From the more gentle routes in the valleys to some challenging climbs over expansive moorland and from the wild and remote northern dales to the rolling farmland in the east, the cycling is always memorable for its fantastic scenery and beautiful villages.
And if you can’t find room for your bike don’t worry; in many cases you can hire your bicycles locally. Click on the link to the right to search for cottages close to great cycling areas. Or read about individual cycling routes below
This is one of the newest cycle routes in Yorkshire and was completed in September 2010. It is a fantastic coast to coast cycle route starting from Morecambe.
The Pennine Bridleway is a new 350 mile long National Trail in the north of England.
The route starts in the busy market town of Skipton, the ‘Gateway to the Dales'
Dalby Forest is situated on the southern slopes of the North York Moors National Park close to the lovely village of Pickering.
Crossing the stunning moorlands of North Yorkshire and through beautiful forests to the dramatic heritage coastline
Located between Kilnsey and Malham this single-track gem was used for over two thousand years as a trading route.
Test yourself on this 10 mile mountain trail which has far reaching views across a rolling Yorkshire Dales landscape.
The countryside around Malham is beautiful; there is no other word for it. There are over 800 km of bridleways, byways and green lanes on the doorstep. Perfect for mountain biking!
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