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Loughrigg Terracce

Average Rating:    (5 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 1

A good Lake District circuit, generally sound tracks, short climbs, good scenery.
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Latitude
40.97989806962013
Longitude
-4.21875
Trail Directions
Follow signs for Coniston from Ambleside centre. Take the first right over the hump back bridge. Follow this tarmac track until the main Ambleside-Keswick road is in site. Turn left and follow the trail.
Trail Length
15-25miles
Trail Level
Unknown
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
City/County
Ambleside
   


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Review Date
November 30, 1998

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Every few months

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Reviewed by: johnny h , from west yorks uk

Summary:
if you want the best riding that the uk has to offer then you can't beat the lake district. if you use ambleside as a start/finish you can ride superb trails in every direction. i usually start a little further east at kentmere and when i get back to the car i've done 40 odd miles on a good day. garburn pass is a must as is martindale.i prefer the more technical routes but if these are too hard for you you can find any type of trail that you prefer . if its forest tracks you want then try grisedale forest or if its the high fells then high street is hard and rewarding [keep an eye on the weather though as it can close in very quickly]. loughrigg terrace has beautiful views but gets very crowded so if you want to include it in your route then the earlier the better. there are plenty of published routes in this area and the guys at biketrecks in ambleside will gladly point you in the right direction, but if you need to know any more dont be afraid to e mail me at HENSTOCK@AOL.

Recommended Route:
please yourself

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