Reeth Moor

  • Harkerside and Apedale from Dales Bike Centre

    Approximately 20km (12 miles), but don't be fooled by the short distance, the ride has nearly 600m of climbing, which of course means plenty of time going downhill at great speeds, firstly on a moorland track, as you dip into Wensleydale, then secondly over grouse moors, shooting butts and grassy singletrack. The final 4km drop you more than 300 vertical metres down to the Dales Bike Centre where an epic cake usually awaits.
  • Langthwaite and Reeth Moor

    Langthwaite and Reeth Moor is a mountain bike trail in the Yorkshire Dales. It is graded moderate and is 19 miles long. It is based around Reeth, at the junction of Swaledale and Akengarthdale in the Yorkshire Dales. It is split over two sections of different length each containing a big up and down. The first and largest section climbs from Langthwaite to the top of Reeth Moor before descending towards Reeth. After Reeth is the shorter, but more severe and technical, climb and descent of Fremington Edge. The trails go through a number of old earthworks and quarries so are predominantly rocky with a few sections of singletrack. It starts at the Red Lion in Langthwaite.


    GPS log courtesy of Flattyres-MTB. A full route guide for this ride is available on their website here: Langthwaite and Reeth Moor