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2014 Photo Galleries
26th October 2014 ride to Cinderbarrow (Page three)
Some sort of Toadstool in middle of the bridleway.
The view looking back at end of the bridleway on Nineteen Acre Lane.
A sheep in a field at side of the bridleway into Yealand Redmayne
One of the gates on the bridleway from the A6 to Lancaster Canal.
A view cottages in Tewitfield.
Mallard Duck on the Lancaster Canal.
Ride report by Simeon OrmeAfter climbing out of the Lune Valley, it was easy to Arkholme with tail wind behind me, In Arkholme I followed the lane around to Owls Cafe at Docker Park Farm which is a lot cheaper than those cafes in Kirkby Lonsdale. After my brewstop, I followed the lanes around through Docker and then around to Keer Holme, where I headed up the bridleway from Hill Top Farm, the first part of the track is not cleanly mark on the ground but improves as you head deeper in Cumbria after crossing over county border. There was some good views looking back as you climb out of Keer Valley, the brildleway improves once you get pass New Close Coppice, as it follow estate roads then until you back on to the tarmac.Once I was back on the tarmac, I followed the lanes through Dalton then down to Burton-in-Kendal before heading to Cinderbarrow where I stop for some lunch in the picnic area which narrow gauge railway running around it.After my lunch stop, I followed the bridleway from Cinderbarrow across a few fields to the A6 and then cross over it to follow another short bridleway to Nineteen Acre Lane where there was yards of road work before the next track which I followed into Yealand Redmayne. From Yealand Redmayne, I headed toward Yealand Conyers and then followed the lanes pass the church before heading down A6 which I cross over and then headed along the bridleway to the Lancaster Canal.Once I got to Lancaster Canal, I turn on to towpath and follow it for next few miles to Capernwray where the lanes back through Over Kellet to Halton.You can click here to see the photos of 2nd November ride to Calder Vale or you can checkout the What’s New Page to see what’s new on the site and you can also sign up for site’s free weekly newsletter.