- Lakes – where is this?
Not sure what you mean by ridge.. but the bit after the Bash is catbells heading south then turning right at the col with maiden moor and coming back on yourself a bit(thats the single track bit) its called brunt crag descent on strava… if your on there.Posted 4 years ago
Second singletrack bit is coming down from barrow door to braithwaite(coledale gardens)
It’s in Keswick area ndthornton, derwent water and borrowdale specifically, google borrowdale bash and some route guide will be up there, if not have a scan of bridle ways circumnavigating the lake on an os map and try piece it together.
No idea what Gpx files even are sorry. But yes, the high stuff as mentioned will be unridable.Posted 4 years ago
Coming to this a bit late but seen as I made the film I thought I’d share a couple if things. anc’s comments are pretty accurate, IIRC most of Borrowdale Bash then climb up to Catsbells summit, ride round and down sweet singletrack on the west side to Stair, over to Stoneycroft, up to Stile End then back down to Braithwaite. If you follow me on Strava you’ll get the gpx. – dhappellPosted 4 years ago
Oh and glad you like the gopro footage
Ah, James. Unfortunately a dog and walker chose our line when we were descending about a minute in so that bit didn’t make the edit, it is a pretty sweet descent. The bit a 3 mins is part descending Castle Crags. Pretty steep techy switchbacks up top which are not on film unfortunately. We popped up there then came back down to join the bash route again.
Cheers anc and Iain for the thanksPosted 4 years agoiain65Member
Hi Deneo, my family have now watched the video and it looks like we will all be riding it soon! I’ve not ridden in that area as we tend to ride in th SW Lakes as my in-laws live at the bottom of Walna Scar Road, however, that area definitely on the agenda now.
IainPosted 4 years ago
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