Pictures From My Cycle Tour Of Cumbria Featuring The North Pennines And Lake District

Welcome to this page on my site featuring a collection of pictures from my successful cycle tour of Cumbria based mainly on The Lake District and North Pennines. Many regular visitors of my site Pictures From My Cycle Tour Of Swaledale And The North Pennines may wonder why the first 4 pictures are very familiar. Firstly they are important linking villages located on Routes 68 and 71 of The National Cycle Network and secondly they are after all within the Cumbria boundary so it would be a shame not to include them. This is my first cycle tour of the Lake District since the 1980s and the pictures in the order of 7 to 33 are mostly based on the Northern Lakes Area. Also the pictures in the order of 34 to 37 are pictures of The Historic Town of Cockermouth and West Cumbria's  Solway Coast.  This particular cycle route is also part of the popular coast to coast route 71 C2C Sunderland To Workington. I hope to in future do some more tours of this beautiful part of North West England but in the meantime hope you find the time to enjoy these pictures as this page stands now.  

Nateby. Lovely North Pennines village Situated in East Cumbria about 1.5 miles south of Kirkby Stephen and close to The Yorkshire Dales.

Kirkby Stephen. Situated in East Cumbria on the A685 and National cycle route 71. Also the town is about midway of the popular coast to coast walk.

Appleby In Westmorland. Situated in East Cumbria. The town also lies on the mid point of The Settle To Carlisle Railway.

Dufton. Lovely North Pennine village situated about 4 miles north west of Appleby and located on National cycle route 68, The Pennine Cycleway.

Milburn. Situated about 4.5 miles north west of Dufton with its lovely open village green in the North Pennine Area Of Outstanding Beauty,

Greystoke. Pleasent village situated about 4 miles west of Penrith on the Sea to Sea Sustrans National Cycle Route 71.

Keswick. The main tourist town of the Northern Lake District and this scene is looking down main street on a rather wet day.

Keswick. Taken on a Thursday market day and this scene is looking up main street.

One of Keswicks lovely back alleys and this scene was taken during the Spring of 2014.

Derwent Water. One of the Lake district's most popular Lakes enjoyed by many visitors, Situated about 0.5 miles at the southwest side of Keswick.

Another scene of Derwent Water and this scene was taken on a second cycle tour during July 2015

This Scene is looking over towards Little Braithwaite with a scenic view of Causey Pike.

This scene is looking towards the Fells that dominate Colesdale Beck south of Braithwaite and was taken from the A66 as you approach the village.

This scene is looking into the lovely village of Brathwaite situated about 2 miles west of Keswick.

Braithwaite. This is a village centre view of its white washed stone cottages with a back ground view of the Derwent Fells.

Brathwaite. Another back street scene of this of this lovely Lake District village and was taken during my long distance cycle tour of May 2014.

Braithwaite. This scene is on National Cycle Route 71 which is the coast to coast C2C Workington to Sunderland.

Braithwaite. This scene is overloooking the village in the northerly direction with views over Skiddaw and Longscale Fell.

This scene is looking back over towards Bassenthwaite Lake as you look in the northern direction from High Coledale.

Bassenthwaite Lake. The most northerly of the Lakes and also I think my best picture to this day. Taken during July 2015.

The southern approach over High Coledale and is 1 of the easiest and most scenic walks from Braithwaite village.

High Colesdale. This scene is near the summit of Style End as you approach Outerside.

High Colesdale. This is looking down towards Stoneycroft with a grand view of Derwent Water and taken during a walk of this area during May 2014.

This Scene is overlooking Stoneycroft with one of my best easterly views of Derwent Water Lake.

Looking back towards Stoney Croft on my approach over to Swineside which overlooks the northern side of Derwent Water.

Buttermere. This scene is looking towards Scale Force which is the Lake District's highest waterfall and taken during summer 2015.

Buttermere Lake. This is one of the most loveliest parts of the northen Lake District and taken during my cycle tour during summer 2015.

Buttermere. This is looking over towards the small hamlet with a north east view towards Knot Rigg and the surounding high fells.

Cockermouth. Attractive market town on the Northwest edge of the Lake District and this scene is in Market Place.

Cockermouth. This is in the main high street of this Cumbrian market town and is not overspoiled with as many tourists.

Cockermouth. This is a piecefull scene of the riverside situated on the Sea To Sea Cycle Route not far from the market place.

Cockermouth. This scene is looking across the River Dewent with a distant view of All Saints Church. Taken during the summer of 2015.

Maryport. Situated on West Cumbrian Coast and is the most southerly town on The Solway Firth. This scene is its attactive harbour.

Maryport. Another scene of its picturesque harbour and taken during my cycle tour of 2015.

Maryport. Another harbour view looking towards South quay and is my first ever visit and cycle tour of this part of Cumbria.

Allonby. Attractive seaside village situated about 5 miles north of Maryport on The Solway Coast Area Of Outstanding Beauty.

Allonby. Another scene of this costal village situated on the Hadrian's Wall Cycle Route 72 and taken during my cycle tour of summer 2015.

Silloth. The most northerly seaside resort in Cumbria and The North West England. This scene is overlooking its large attractive green loved by many.

Silloth. Some like to refer to it as Silloth On Solway and this scene is overlooking the northern end of the seafront with distant views into Scotland

Silloth. This scene is a southerly seafront view of this lovely Victorian seaside town and was taken during my cycle tour of 2015.

Silloth. This is overlooking the seafront with Stuning views of the Dumfries and Galloway Hills.

Please left click on selected picture to enlarge image.

Links To My Other Cycle Touring Websites

Home Page

Photographs From My Cycle Tours During The 1980s

 Pictures From My Cycle Tour Of Scotland

Pictures From My Cycle Tour Of Lancashire Featuring Morecambe Bay And The Forest Of Bowland

Pictures From My Cycle Tour Of North Wales Via The Trans Pennine Trail

Pictures From My Cycle Tours Of The North York Moors And East Coast

Pictures From My Cycle Tour Of East Yorkshire Featuring The Trans Pennine Trail

 Pictures From My Cycle Tours Of South East England

Links To My Yorkshire Dales Cycling Pages from www.philsnidderdalesite.co.uk

Pictures From My Cycle Tour Of Swaledale And The North Pennines

Pictures From Cycle Tour Of The Western Dales

Pictures From My Cycle Tour Of The Eastern Dales Featuring Highlights Of The Beryl Burton Cycle Route

Pictures From My Cycle Trail Of The Nidderdale Greenway


Site Map Of All My Web Pages

mailto:philip@philsonlinephotosite.co.uk