Headwaters Trail

Date: Sat 04 May, 2024 - Mon 06 May, 2024

Venue: Yorkshire

A new circular trail that connects bridleways and quiet lanes along moors and valleys shaped by three rivers.

The 350km circular route takes you to the ‘head of the waters’ - the source - of the River Calder, the River Aire and the River Don high up on the Pennine moors or what locals call ‘the tops’. The route has 5,200 meters of climbing.

The trail takes you over Pennine hills and along limestone ridges, through two World Heritage Sites and several historic market towns, onto a thriving city centre and across the broad floodplain on traffic-free greenways, descents on woodlands trails and long climbs over moorland plateaus of millstone grit.

Their is a self-supported or supported option. For more details see the website...  

9 Reasons To Ride The Headwaters Trail - YouTube

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