Big Skies Bike Ride: South Dalton & Lund

Type:Guided Biking

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This ride skirts gently to the south of Goodmanham Wold and across parkland to South Dalton village. Here the 208ft (63m) spire of St Mary's church dominates the skyline for miles around. The route then continues on through the attractive villages of Lockington and Lund, before climbing gently up and over the Wold to return via Goodmanham village (home of William 'Giant' Bradley), where the pub has its own micro-brewery. There are wonderful views as you ride over Goodmanham Wold on the way back.

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  • Accessibility of route - On Road
  • Description of route - Circular Route from Market Weighton (via Etton, South Dalton, Holme on the Wold, Lockington, Lund and Goodmanham Wold)
  • Length of route (miles) - 20


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Market Weighton, The Yorkshire Wolds, East Yorkshire, YO43 3AS

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