Routes

On this page you will find a number of mountain biking routes from in and around Kirklees. There will be short, medium and all day epic routes listed for you to explore. All the routes will be submitted by members of the group.

Colne valley route 1. (23miles)

This route was followed on the very 1st Ride Kirklees group ride. It starts in Slaithwaite, and Heads out towards Marsden via Pule Hill, the Wessenden Valley and Digley reservoir before dropping into Meltham and returning to Slaithwaite.

 

A nice wee loop from Slaithwaite, taking in a climb up to Shooters Nab on Deerhill, some great singletrack and a descent down the Wessenden Valley. https://www.strava.com/activities/2029182082/embed/7dff2da955f773b1ab748bdeb66aebdc689e6def

 

 

Kirklees Eastern Riding Route.

The Kerr is a route for cyclists and horse riders that forms a rough figure 8 shape, with Lepton at its centre. The northern part of the route is shorter than the southern section. However, the northern section is much harder and more challenging than the southern section. For those not wanting to complete the whole route the two sections can be ridden as two distinct circular rides. The whole route is approximately 30 miles in length, excluding the links to the Spen valley Greenway. The Northern section being 13 miles, while the southern is 17 miles.

The route can be found by following the link bellow. http://www.kirklees.gov.uk/leisure/countryside/pdf/routes/kerr.pdf

Other official Kirklees routes, including family rides can be found here: http://www.kirklees.gov.uk/leisure/countryside/routes/

 

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