West Yorkshire

  • Calderdale Circuit

    Calderdale Circuit MTB GPS route is 18.3 miles long and starts in Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire. It climbs west out of the town for a circular route around Calderdale. There is a good mixture of trails from tight singletrack to wide fast gravel tracks and some technical descending. You’ll need your climbing legs for this one as, although the total amount of climbing is not huge, it comes in big lumps.


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

  • Hebden Bridge - Heptonstall Moor

    Hebden Bridge - Heptonstall Moor GPS mountain bike route is in Calderdale in West Yorkshire. It is graded moderate. This mountain bike route of 21 miles starts in Hebden Bridge. It climbs west out of the town on a circular route around Heptonstall Moor. The rocky trails are not particularly technical but there are some long, testing climbs and fast descents. This includes a 3.5 miles descent back to Hebden Bridge to finish the ride.


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

  • Hebden Bridge - Heptonstall Moor (FlatTyres)

    Hebden Bridge - Heptonstall Moor GPS mountain bike route is in Calderdale in West Yorkshire. It is graded moderate. This mountain bike route of 21.8 miles starts in Hebden Bridge. It climbs west out of the town on a circular route around Heptonstall Moor. The rocky trails are not particularly technical but there are some long, testing climbs and fast descents. This includes a 3.5 miles descent back to Hebden Bridge to finish the ride.

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

  • Hebden Bridge - Singletrack Route

    Hebden Bridge - Singletrack Route in Calderdale, West Yorkshire is a moderately graded 23.5 mountain bike ride. It starts in Hebden Bridge and follows a big loop to Todmorden and back. It contains some great riding, the first half of which takes in the moors and reservoirs of the area. The second half drops through Calderdale, past the outskirts of Todmorden, following the packhorse trails and singletrack that criss-crosses the valley on the way back to Hebden Bridge.


    Kicks off  from the car park in the centre of town, just over the bridge from St George's Square, near the A6033.


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

  • Hebden Bridge and the Bronte Way

    Hebden Bridge and the Bronte Way mountain bike route in Calderdale is graded Hard/ Difficult and is 21.4 miles long. It follows the trails across the moorlands north of Calderdale, in South Yorkshire.  After starting from Hebden Bridge the route goes through Oxenhope, then along the Bronte Way to Ogden Water, before returning.  It's a great ride with a mixture of terrain for the descents, which includes Pecket Well, and some big climbs that will get your legs burning. If you do this on a bad day bear in mind it can be a bit bleak on't moor, as there is nowhere to hide from the weather.


    GPS log courtesy of Flattyres-MTB. A full route guide for this ride is available on their website here: Hebden Bridge and the Bronte Way. 

  • The Rochdale Route

    The Rochdale Route in Calderdale is 29.5 miles long and is graded difficult / hard. It starts from the Watergrove reservoir on the Mary Towneley Loop and Pennine Bridleway at the North East edge of Rochdale. The ride circles Todmorden and drops through three steep sided valleys on the way, which includes some fantastic riding on the famous Calderdale packhorse trails. Be careful though as, while there are lots of rocks, in the wet this ride can be quite muddy in parts.


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