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Mountain Biking Weekends at Dale House

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Dale Head, Slaidburn, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 4TS

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Mountain Biking Weekends at Dale House

Dale house barn has teamed up with the fabulous Liz Peacock, of MTB trail skills, to offer women’s MTB weekends in the Forest of Bowland, using the trails in Gisburn Forest and also the natural terrain of the Yorkshire dales.
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  • Sub-Regional AwardsPartner of Visit Lancashire Partner of Visit Lancashire 2018

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Road Directions

From the south: Take exit 31 from M6 and follow signs for A59 Clitheroe. From the A59 (past Clitheroe turnings) turn off left towards Sawley Abbey, bear left past the Spread Eagle pub and over the bridge, follow the road to the right and at the Copy Nook pub take the immediate left turn (Holden Lane) and continue for approx 6 miles, (keep right at the fork) direction of Clapham and Long Preston. At the cross roads go straight over (phone box and post box on corner) follow signs for Gisburn Forest and Stephen Park, carry on past Dale Head Church (with the Windmill) over the cause way and past Stocks Res car park. Approximately 3 miles on from there the only house on the road. From the north: Turn off at junction 36 of the M6 onto the A65 Settle and Skipton Road. Follow the A65 and when you reach the village of Clapham on the left, turn right there. It is sign posted for Clapham Railway Station and Keasden.  Follow signs for Slaidburn, carry on up and over the fell and we are the only house on the road once you descend the other side of the hill.

Public Transport Directions

The nearest railway station is Clapham (in North Yorkshire) If you are arriving by train then we will pick you up as there is no public transport.

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  • In countryside

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  • WiFi available

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