West Yorkshire Cycle Routes Map

West Yorkshire Cycle Routes Map

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This is the Sustrans cycle routes map in the "Discover" series detailing the National Cycle Network and other routes in West Yorkshire. Amongst other highlights, the map shows the West Yorkshire Cycle Route and parts of the Way of the Roses, Trans Pennine Trail and Yorkshire Dales Cycleway. West Yorkshire is one of Britain's great metropolitan heartlands with more than two million people living in its cities, towns and villages. Over the last 25 years Sustrans has been working with local authorities and other partners to develop the National Cycle Network - this map shows the progress made, together with a multitude of other signed and recommended routes. Highlights are many but to show just how convenient and enjoyable riding your bike can be, try the following: the Airedale Greenway through Saltaire World Heritage Site; the award winning Spen Valley Greenway between Bradford and Dewsbury; out of Harrogate on the new greenway across the Nidd Gorge; and on the Wyke Beck Way in Leeds. The map shows all the railway stations where you can catch a train with your bike, or leave it parked safely.
15 inset city/town maps are shown for Ripon, Harrogate, York, Keighley, Halifax, Shipley, Hebden Bridge, Holmfirth, Selby, Leeds, Dewsbury, Barnsley, Bradford, Huddersfield and Wakefield. It features: clearly mapped traffic-free and on-road National Cycle Routes and other cycle routes; detailed inset maps of towns and cities, National Cycle Routes and linking routes; land profiles for the featured cycle routes; easy to read contours; Local Tourist Information Centre, bike shop and hire centre details; and, printed on waterproof paper.
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Product details

  • Hardback
  • 144 x 240 x 6mm | 80g
  • Bristol, United Kingdom
  • English
  • full colour illustrations
  • 1901389855
  • 9781901389852
  • 1,373,920