|Map Ref||SE149 574
|Description||This is a stunning ‘old fashioned’ endurance ride on the edge of Nidderdale. Day one heads south towards Fewston Reservoir, and day two heads north west towards Appletreewick, over an area of outstanding natural beauty. The route covers private land with mown grassy headlands, ancient byway over open moorland, shooting tracks, bridleways, green lanes, permissive forestry tracks and some quiet roads. It is hilly, and a challenge, but there is enough good going to make up for the bits where you have to take your time.
‘Warts and all’ pictures of the route are available on the website. Where possible, water and sloshes will be available on course for crewless riders.
Please note that because of the exposed nature of some of the route, an alternative route may be offered in case of very severe weather.
Approx 20% roadwork, mostly with useable verges
Please note that the classes/distances given are subject to change. Please check the website and ride Facebook page for the most up to date situation
***The ride organisers are in the process of moving house. Please enter online if possible, or send postal entries to the Endurance GB Head Office***
1. 74km GER 2Day (34+40)
2. 56km GER 2Day (24+32)
3. 34km GER
4. 34km Novice GER
5. 34km PR
6. 24km PR
7. 10km PR
10. 40km GER
11. 40km Novice GER
12. 32km GER
13. 32km Novice GER
14. 32km PR
15. 20km PR
16. 10km PR
|Entries Limit||100 per day
|Stabling||The venue is a licensed Caravan Club campsite with good overnight facilities (including toilets and showers), and they look after us very well. Please see the website for details of how to book camping and corralling, which will need to be booked separately.
|Facilities||Toilets, showers, camping, corralling, excellent home made catering
|Gates||10+ so gate allowance will be given
|Apply For Schedule?||Please see the ride website for full details
Dogs on leads at the venue and on surrounding farmland, please.
There will be a supper on the Saturday night for those wanting to make a weekend of it.
The venue owners will be fundraising for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance during the ride. Please give generously.
Restricted crewing for larger vehicles.
This ride aims to answer that age old long disputed question: Which side of t’Pennines is the ‘right’ side? Everyone who enters this ride will need to decide whether they are riding for the ‘House of York’ or the ‘House of Lancaster’. At the end of the weekend, all the distances ridden and the grades achieved will be added up and either Yorkshire or Lancashire will be victorious. Helpers will also be awarded points for their chosen army, so if you cannot ride, come and help! The House of York have won for the last three years, so can the Lancastrians do better this year?
There will be other special individual and team awards over the weekend, please check the website
Results not available