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The Cumbrian Cycle Way - Cicerone

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The Cumbria Cycle Way.
Ruta ciclista por Cumbria. Norte de Inglaterra.
Idioma: INGLÉS.
Autor: Ron Jarvis, Roy Walker.
1ª edición.
Publicado 1 Enero 1992.
Páginas 128.
Mapas 20.
Fotos 48.
Dimensiones 17.2 x 11.6 x 1.5 cm.
Seasons: Easter to September - facilities and accommodation may be closed out of season. Difficulty: Route keeps as low as possible, but there are some very steep bits.

The Cumbria Cycle Way is a 260-mile waymarked route around the county offering the visiting cyclist a unique experience. Being circular it can be started anywhere on the route: Carlisle, the Eden and Lune Valleys, Morecambe Bay, the west coast and Solway Firth. Mostly it follows quiet lanes, but takes in all the interesting towns and villages.

There is complete information about facilities and attractions along the way, helped by 21 maps with quick reference symbols. The text describes vividly the changing scene, relating it to geology, climate and history.

Both authors have lived and worked in Cumbria for many years and know the area well.


The Cumbria Cycle Way is a 260-mile waymarked route around the county. Being circular it can be started anywhere on the route: Carlisle, the Eden and Lune Valleys, Morecambe Bay, the west coast and Solway Firth. Complete information about facilities and attractions en route, and illustrated with 21 maps.