Route 72 starts in Kendal and makes its way around the Cumbrian coast via Barrow-in-Furness and Whitehaven to Silloth. From Silloth the route heads along the Solway Firth to Carlisle and across Northumberland to South Shields via Haltwhistle, roughly following Hadrian's Wall.
Route 68 is known as the Pennine Cycleway, and runs up the spine of England and through three National Parks between Derby and Berwick-upon-Tweed. The route takes in some of the most spectacular landscapes and unspoilt countryside that England has to offer, including the Eden valley, the North Pennines...
The South Tyne Cycle Trail runs between Haltwhistle and the source of the river South Tyne above Alston and Garrigill. It runs past the magnificent Lambley Viaduct, through riverside meadows and the wild moorland of the North Pennine AONB.
The Hadrian’s Cycleway runs the length of the Wall between Maryport on the West coast and Newcastle-upon-Tyne on the East coast. This exciting cycleway passes through picturesque market towns and villages as well as passing historic Roman forts.