GPS Cycle and Walking Routes


Kendal to Settle

43 miles (70 km)

Follow National Cycle route 68 on this challenging but rewarding route which takes you from the Cumbrian Lake District National Park, through the Yorkshire Dales National Park to Settle. You start by the River Kent in Kendal and follow country roads to Oxenholme and onto Sedbergh. This section has some challenging climbs but splendid views of Lambrigg fell and the River Lune. From Sedbergh you continue on minor roads crossing the rivers Rawthey and Dee as you enter the Yorkshire Dales National Park. You then pass through Dent and Ingleton where you can see the lovely Ingleton Waterfalls Trail. The final stretch takes you to the finish point in Settle with a lovely spell along the River Ribble.

Photos

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Near Kendal

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Low Gill Viaduct

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Crossing the
River Lune

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River Rawthey
near Millthrop

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Waterfall near Deepdale

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Near Clapham, Yorkshire

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River Ribble
near Stainforth

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Approaching Settle

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GPS Files

GPX File

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Memory Map Route

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