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County Durham & North Yorkshire Cycle Map (32)

The County Durham and North Yorkshire area map shows the National Cycle Network and local routes in this area. It covers County Durham & North Yorkshire region in the north east of England, including Middlesbrough, Stockton-On-Tees, Hartlepool, Bishop Auckland, Billingham and Durham.

Printed on water and tear-resistant Polyart recyclable paper, category 2 HDPE

Routes covered:
  • 1
  • 7
  • 65
  • 71
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County Durham & North Yorkshire Cycle Map | Sustrans Map 32

Sustrans County Durham and North Yorkshire cycle map shows the National Cycle Network and local routes in this area. This cycle map includes the beautiful northernmost Yorkshire Dales National Park valleys of Swaledale and Wensleydale, which are linked by a section of the 130-mile circular Yorkshire Dales Cycleway. Stage 1 of the 2014 Grand Depart of the Tour de France came this way over the challenging climbs of Buttertubs Pass and Grinton Moor.

 

The National Cycle Network and cycle tracks in County Durham & North Yorkshire

National Route 71 runs through Arkengarthdale linking the highest pub in Britain at Tan Hill and the very welcoming village of Reeth at the meeting point with Swaledale.

The Tan Hill Inn is also on the coast-to-coast Walney to Wear or Whitby (W2W) cycle route. From there the route heads across the Greta Valley to the bustling market town of Barnard Castle, where you can either head for Sunderland’s Wearmouth via Hamsterley Forest (with 33 miles of waymarked bike trails) and historic Durham city, or follow the River Tees to near Darlington and finally Whitby via the Esk Valley in the North York Moors National Park.

The Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors are also linked by the continuation of National Route 71 from Reeth across the Vale of York via Northallerton to join the north-south running National Route 65 along the Cleveland and Hambleton Hills.

Just to the north of Weardale at the top of the map and deeper into the North Pennines AONB runs another, and perhaps the most famous UK coast-to-coast route, the original 136-mile Sea to Sea (C2C) cycle route.

Being on the East Coast Mainline Darlington makes a great entry point to the region and connects via National Route 14 to coastal Hartlepool which lies above the mouth of the River Tees and at the southern end of the secretive Durham Heritage Coast. This route also connects with Durham itself, home to the Cathedral and Castle World Heritage Site.

National Routes 1 and 65 run through Tees Valley capital Middlesbrough and form part of the North Sea Cycle Route (EuroVelo 12).

Please see our interactive map for UK coverage of our pocket cycle map series.

 

Major cycle routes covered by this map:

  • National Route 1 (North Sea Cycle Route) along the coast between Middlesbrough and Seaham. 
  • National Route 7 between Nenthead and Waskerley. This makes up part of the Sea to Sea (C2C) long-distance cycle route.
  • National Route 14 between Darlington and Lanchester via Stockton-on-Tees, Hartlepool and Durham.
  • National Route 65 between Sutton-under-Whitestonecliffe and Middlesbrough.
  • National Route 70 between Kirkby Stephen and Houghton-Le-Spring via Barnard Castle and Durham. This makes up part of the Walney to Wear & Whitby (W2W) long-distance ride.
  • National Route 71 between Tan Hill on the Yorkshire Dales and Northallerton.
  • National Route 165 between Barnard Castle and Great Ayton. This makes up part of the Walney to Whitby (W2W) arm of the long-distance ride.
  • National Route 656 through the North York Moors
  • National Route 715 from Whorlton to Bishop Auckland
  • Regional Route 10 also known as the Yorkshire Dales Cycleway.

 

Map details:

Publisher: Sustrans

ISBN: 9781910845813

Edition Published: May 2021

Scale: 1:110,000

Size: 10 x 15 cm folded, 60 x 80 cm unfolded

Printed on water and tear-resistant Polyart recyclable paper, category 2 HDPE.

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