Cycling along a path

Self led cycle tour along the Granite way from YHA Okehampton

Overview

YHA are supporting OS National GetOutside day on 29th Sep 2019 with some free to join activities at selected hostels.

Enjoy a self-led cycle along the picturesque Granite Way cycle trail. The cycle route starts at YHA Okehampton and there will be maps and instructions to follow to get you on your way. Please bring along with you a bike and a helmet but bikes can be hired for a hire charge (subject to availability). Maximum number of people that can book is 60.

Activities are suitable for ages 8 and up and children must be accompanied by an adult.

Book your accommodation at YHA Okehampton.

What makes it special

  • Self-led, go at your own pace
  • Free maps and instructions provided
  • Bike hire available

10:00 - 16:00.

Price

Free - book your tickets here

Hostels nearby

Self led cycle tour along the Granite way from YHA Okehampton

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Map references

OS Map: 191

OS Grid Ref: SX591942

Lat/Lng: 50.732191, -3.996212

Contact information

Email: [email protected]

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