Total steps: 9
Total steps: 9
Yorkshire Dales National Par car park Buckden, Skipton, BD23 5JA. Grid ref: SD942773.
Turn left out of the car park and turn right up Dubb's Lane just after Buckden's village green, following the sign for Hubberholme. Watch out for cars on the road.
Follow Dubb's Lane out of Buckden, over the River Wharfe, and on for about a mile (1.6km) until you reach Hubberholme.
Continue on the same road straight through Hubberholme. After about 1.5 miles (2.4km) you'll come to Yockenthwaite.
Continue along the road, with the River Wharfe on your right, towards Deepdale.
From Yockenthwaite, continue on the road for about 2 miles (3.2km), as it crosses a bridge and continues to follow the river on your left.
You'll eventually come to a curve in the road with a post box in the wall on your right. Take the left turning here, signposted to Greenfield.
Keep on the road as it heads into Greenfield Forest and between outcrops of limestone pavement.
You'll pass High Greenfield, a lonely farm that sits at the entrance to Greenfield Forest. The tarmacked road ends here, but if your bike is suitable head through the gate and into the forest.
If you choose to continue, follow the bridleway through the forest - it's reasonably well-surfaced with occasional puddles. The suggested route ends as the bridleway leaves the forest, where you can turn around and retrace your journey back to the start.
Buckden, Skipton, BD23 5JA. Grid ref: SD942773.
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