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Cycling in the Lake District

Cycling in the Lake District is amazing and if you’ve never been, you should. There are great places to stay, like Another Place, great places to eat and visit but, the cycling is the best.

From easy rides around one of the many lakes to climbing the challenging hills, like HardknottPass. The pass takes its name from Hard Knott which is derived from the Old Norse harthr (hard) and knutr (craggy hill). The Hardknott Pass stands at a maximum elevation of 393 m (1,289 ft). The Isle of Man in the Irish Sea can be seen on clear days

The infographic below (click on it to see bigger) helps to show you some of these routes. Go! Enjoy one of the most stunning places in the U.K. We like infographics a lot, check out our review of the bike book with more infographics.

Cycling in the Lake District

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