Link up the Loops - Consett to Chester-le-Street Cycle Route

Start from Lydgett's Junction
Just off the A692
Near Castleside
County Durham

Tel: +44 03000 265 309

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Link up the Loops - Consett to Chester-le-Street Cycle Route




  • Distance: Over 20 Miles
  • Grade: Hard
  • Route Surface: Off Road
  • Route Surface: On Road
  • Route Surface: Railway Path

Provider Features

  • Grade (Strenuous)
  • In countryside
  • In town/city centre
  • Outdoor Attraction
  • Route Surface (Grassy Track/Tarmac Road) - For part of the route.
  • Route Surface (On Road) - For part of the route.
  • Route Surface (Railway Path/Walkers/Horses/Villages/Roads) - For part of the route.
  • Route Surface (Road and Surfaced Path) - For part of the route.
  • Route Surface (Traffic free Railway path/Kids) - For part of the route.
  • Route Surface (Traffic free/Cycle Path/Walkers) - For part of the route.
  • Suitable For (Any Bike)
  • Time (Full Day)

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