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midway
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05/12/2015 : 19:37:04      reply with quote


Try google if you want, it wont help you, this is one on its own. please remember that all tarmac sections are edited out.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJ5anFfaFMQ
I'll post the route in the morning.
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06/12/2015 : 17:59:08      reply with quote


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Try google if you want, it wont help you, this is one on its own. please remember that all tarmac sections are edited out.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJ5anFfaFMQ
I'll post the route in the morning.
i will be very interested to see the full route when you post it middyhappy :)happy :)happy :)
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midway
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06/12/2015 : 19:18:03      reply with quote


Sorry i'm a bit late i've been out walking. the route Bolton road, Lippersley lane, cross Brown bank lane onto Light bank lane, continue on through to Black pots, up the gradient into Riveck edge plantation, down past tv mast to main road turn left then right onto Banks lane, turn right along Western ave' then past Riddlesden golf club then over bridge onto the canal tow path. back home via obvious route. it's about 9 mile and takes about 3 hours.( walking ).
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06/12/2015 : 19:58:13      reply with quote


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Sorry i'm a bit late i've been out walking. the route Bolton road, Lippersley lane, cross Brown bank lane onto Light bank lane, continue on through to Black pots, up the gradient into Riveck edge plantation, down past tv mast to main road turn left then right onto Banks lane, turn right along Western ave' then past Riddlesden golf club then over bridge onto the canal tow path. back home via obvious route. it's about 9 mile and takes about 3 hours.( walking ).
Now that is what i call a walk with a difference and one i will have to do in the near future looks like a really top walk, Not sure i would manage to get round it in 3 hours these days, the average walking speed been 5 kilometers per hour or 3.1 mph but much less depending on many factors such as hight weight age terrain surface load culture effort and fitness WELL DONE middy 3 hours on a walk like that is going some, Please dont tell me you stopped for a lunch on the way round as wellshocked 8Oshocked 8Oshocked 8O
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07/12/2015 : 16:15:40      reply with quote


Is it a decent cycling route then? I need to get back out on my bike and am bored with Gisburn Forest but don't like road cycling.
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07/12/2015 : 20:17:46      reply with quote


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Is it a decent cycling route then? I need to get back out on my bike and am bored with Gisburn Forest but don't like road cycling.
A spot on route to cycle click on middy's youtube link below and watch the video of it been done by cycle Jonno ENJOYhappy :)
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07/12/2015 : 20:19:43      reply with quote


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Try google if you want, it wont help you, this is one on its own. please remember that all tarmac sections are edited out.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJ5anFfaFMQ
I'll post the route in the morning.
This one Jonno
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08/12/2015 : 10:26:20      reply with quote


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It's nice to know my video has created so much interest!!!
The scenery on the route has changed dramatically in the last 6 months or so as a lot of the forest section has been felled. Still a good, although currently very wet,mountain bike ride.
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08/12/2015 : 13:48:38      reply with quote


BTW, see if you can spot one of the Stanza Stones. It's on the trail.
www.stanzastones.co.uk/
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midway
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08/12/2015 : 16:29:10      reply with quote


How's that?


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08/12/2015 : 16:34:18      reply with quote


No catching you out middy laugh :Dlaugh :Dlaugh :Dlaugh :Dlaugh :Dlaugh :Dhappy :)happy :)happy :)
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