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Belles Go To Kirkstall Abbey Via Horsforth (cake3+)

Setting off from the front of the cycle shop, we will head along Salts mill road, at the traffic lights we will turn left at the roundabout, then right onto Dockfield road for half a mile, join the towpath for the short section to Buck mill lane swing bridge, drop down the trail over the river, turn right and follow the path coming out at the Old Barn in Esholt (there is an alternative route if you don’t want to ride across the field)Heading into Esholt we will cut up the path beside the Woolpack onto the road, then trail through the woods, turning left at the end onto Gill lane, turn right at the traffic lights onto New road, straight across the roundabout onto New road side, then left onto Quaker lane up to Harrogate road, turning left then right onto Batter lane, at the junction we turn right onto Larkfield road, at the mini roundabout we turn left onto Over lane then Town street, Layton road then Brownberrie lane down to the Old Ball roundabout, turning right onto Long row then left onto Lister hill, then right onto Low lane, then right at the mini roundabout onto Outwood lane and follow it to the A65 where we will follow it to Kirkstall Abbey, we will stop for a look then head down the path to the retail park for coffee.Turning right out of the retail park we will jump on the road and over the river, turning left at the traffic lights and then right to join the towpath back to Saltaire

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