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Four Boroughs Bash Cycle Route

England > North Yorkshire > Knaresborough, Nidderdale Drive
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameFour Boroughs Bash
Distance : miles (km)47.8  (76.93)
Posted Bykarakumpete
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Cycle Route Location
Town/CityKnaresborough, Nidderdale Drive
County/RegionNorth Yorkshire
Start LocationKnaresborough, Nidderdale Drive
End LocationKnaresborough, Nidderdale Drive
Cycle Steps
Leave Knaresborough and head out to Farnham via Scriven and Lingerfield. Ascend Staveley Bank and then drop down into Staveley. Turn left along the Minskip Road and continue on to Boroughbridge. Stop for a coffee at the Crown Hotel or any of the other cafes! Aim next for Aldborough, bearing right in the village to cross the B6265 before turning left along Grafton Lane. Turn right in Grafton along Limebar Lane to join the A168. After one mile turn right onto Marton Lane and cross over the A1(M).On entering Arkendale turn left at the church and follow Moor Lane through to Coneythorpe and then on to Flaxby. Turn right onto the A59 briefly before turning left for Goldsborough. Turn right at the Bay Horse pub along the York Road. Pick up the A59 again to return to Knaresborough.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Village green with three young oak trees in Scriven. Cycle shop, other shops and eateries in Boroughbridge. Roman remains and maypole on the village green in Aldborough.

Cycling Clubs located in this region
Skipton Cycling Club
Your comments?
posted by:karakumpeteRating : difficult :
Sorry folks but the map is not the one that I intended to submit - not sure how that happened - you can work the route out from the description though!

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