Sticks Pass

  • Helvellyn

    Helvellyn mountain bike route is in the Eastern Lake District. It is graded Hard / Difficult. it is a very technical 12.5 mile route over the summit of Helvellyn,, that climbs Sticks Pass and descends Dolywagon Pike and Grisedale. On a good day it will be a very big test of your stamina and riding skills, in bad weather you might want to give it a miss. It starts from Glenridding campsite.


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

  • Helvellyn - Sticks Pass, Lakes

    Helvellyn - Sticks Pass mountain bike route is in the Eastern Lake District is draged Hard/ Difficult and is 11.6 miles long. It starts from Glenridding (from the junction on the main road at the bridge over the river, by the corner shop). It climbs to the summit of Helvellyn via Glenridding Common before finishing with a descent of Sticks Pass. It’s a fantastic ‘proper’ mountain bike ride with lots of very technical descending, which is ample compensation for the sections of hike-a-biking.


    GPS log courtesy of Flattyres-MTB. A full route guide for this ride is available on their website here: Helvellyn - Sticks Pass.


     

  • Helvellyn (FlatTyres)

    Helvellyn mountain bike route is in the Eastern Lake District. It is graded Hard / Difficult. it is a very technical 13 mile route over the summit of Helvellyn, It climbs Sticks Pass and descends Dolywagon Pike and Grisedale. With steep boulder covered descents and long sections of hike’a’bike this ride is a very big test of your stamina and riding skills.

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

  • Helvellyn and Sticks Pass in the Lake District

    Helvellyn and Sticks Pass in the Lake District is a circular route. It is 12.5 miles long. It starts in Patterdale, CA11 0PZ

  • Sticks Pass MTB Route

    Stick’s Pass MTB GPS route if full of rock gardens and singletrack. It starts in Glenridding, CA11, Cumbria and is 8 miles long.