The Yorkshire Dales is famous for its spectacular scenery, unspoilt countryside, picturesque towns and villages and ample supply of opportunities for outdoor pursuits (including hiking, climbing, caving and more) – but in addition to all that, it’s also a haven for bikers; with a seemingly endless supply of cracking roads to keep you entertained.

To help you plan your very own trip to the Dales, we’ve pulled together a few spectacular routes (and some legal trails too for the more adventurous among you) that take in some of the best riding the area has to offer, including the Buttertubs Pass, the road across to Tan Hill and the B6255 from Hawes to the Ribbleshead Viaduct.

DALES CIRCULAR – Hawes to Hawes

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DALES FLYER – Skipton to Kirkby Stephen