Nan Bield Pass

  • Nan Bield Pass MTB Route

    Nan Bield Pass MTB Route in the Lake District is infamous. It revolves around reaching the Nan Bield Pass then doing the Kentmere Common descent down to Stile End. It's full of rocky sections, fast singletrack, chutes and ruts. It is 10 miles long.
  • Nan Bield Pass, Lake District GPS MTB Route

    Nan Bield Pass, Lake District from Staveley has technical rocky descents, tough, hike a bike

  • Staveley and the Nan Bield Pass Eastern Lake District

    Staveley and the Nan Bield Pass mountain bike route is in the Eastern Lake District in North West England. It is graded as technically difficult / hard and is 21.5 miles long. The section from Kentmere to Haweswater and back includes a lot of technical riding on loose boulders and bedrock. There are a couple of very steep climbs and the one from Haweswater to the top of the Nan Bield Pass involves a difficult hike-a-bike. If that is your kind of thing then carry on. It begins from the car park behind Wheelbase cycles in Staveley (GR471983).


    GPS log courtesy of Flattyres-MTB. A full route guide for this ride is available on their website here: Staveley and the Nan Bield Pass