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The Dales waypoints have been classified as follows:
DWTR - Dale with through road.
DWR+UT - Dale with road requiring U turn to exit (not recommended 2 up on a big bike as some of the dale heads have poor and narrow tracks).
DWNR - Dale with no road. These can be viewed from a road using the waypoints labelled.
VIEW ******, they contain the distance and direction information to view the Dale from that point.
Included in the waypoints but not on the routes is Buttertubs Pass, well worth a detour for anyone visiting the area for the first time. A selection of handy cafes also have waypoints.
Some possible routes are included:
14 Dales - An almost circular route of 95 miles, through some little known areas, 3 to 4 hours.
20 Dales Inner - 150 miles taking in the central dales, 5 to 6 hours.
21 Dales Outer - A loop of 130 miles around the outer dales, 4 to 5 hours.
41 Dales - A double loop of 275 miles around all the dales, 9 to 11 hours.
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