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.
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|Min Elevation||99 m|
|Max Elevation||444 m|
|Total Elevation Gain||1141 m|
|Total Elevation Loss||1101 m|
|Max Speed||39.82 mile/hr|
|Average Speed||5.72 mile/hr|
|Total Distance||20.15 Miles|
|Total Time||3h 31m 14s|
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