A short tour, ideal for a weekend visit, for keen cyclists taking you right into the heart of the Yorkshire Dales through valleys, beautiful villages and the wonderful hills that Yorkshire is now famous for. Three days cycling and three nights accommodation staying in majestic Wensleydale, with a ride over Buttertubs Pass to Tan Hill, the highest pub in Britain.
- 3 days cycling in the Yorkshire Dales
- 3 nights B&B in carefully selected hotels
- Meet & greet
- Luggage transfer
- Maps & GPX
- Tour notes
- Local knowledge
- Emergency contact number
- Bike hire available
Day 1: Arrival
Arrive in Ilkley, check to the hotel with the opportunity to enjoy an evening in the town. Overnight stay in Ilkley.
Day 2: Ilkley Hawes (76 km's
This ride takes you up the Wharfe Valley past Bolton Abbey and over to Malham Cove famous for its ‘limestone pavements’. You will climb the famous Cove Road and cycle near the ‘3 peaks’, passing the iconic Ribblehead Viaduct before descending to the small town of Hawes, renowned for its Wensleydale cheese factory.
Overnight stay in Hawes, choice of dinner options and locals pubs.