Goldeneye Cycling Map
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Goldeneye Cycling Map Lake District - The Lake District is England's only true mountain area, and is considered, by many, to be the most beautiful corner of England. It is remarkably compact and varied. The region is divided into three areas: the Northern Divide formed by the mountains Skiddaw and Blencathra. The Central Zone composed of Borrowdale's volcanic rock which moulded the ranges of Scafell, Helvellyn and the Langdales. And, Southern Lakeland, formed by smoother Silurian rocks which provide the softer, wooded landscapes of Coniston and Windermere. The cycle routes provide endlessly breathtaking views for the landscape is grand and spectacular, peaceful and ethereal, and forever changing in mood and tempo.
The 15 circular routes on this map are designed to follow the quietest country lanes. The map includes National Cycle Network routes C2C/NCN 71, W2W/NCN 20 Walney Island to Wearmouth, the Reivers Cycle Route, and more. Also illustrated are traffic-free Family Cycle Trails; Eskdale Trail, Grizedale Forest Park, Keswick Railway Path, Loweswater to Waterend and Coniston Water. And, the Solstice Triangle and the Cumbria Way cycle routes are included. For those without bikes, 14 Cycle Hire centres are also listed.