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The Calder Divide Trail Challenge is an epic bikepacking event that traces the watershed of the River Calder in West Yorkshire. There are three route options: 98 mile, 124 mile and 152 mile. From gravel tracks on the river floodplain, to ancient bridleways along craggy ridge lines, along sunken lanes on wooded valley slopes, to singletrack across the Pennine moors, on quiet country roads through former mill and mining towns and traffic free greenways along the urban fringe, this northern landscape has it all. The event is from 7am on Saturday 16th September to 7pm on Sunday 18th September, 2022. The event HQ is in Mytholmroyd. Field is limited to 100 riders. Entry is via Sientries.

Using the idea of a watershed the route travels through Hebden Bridge up onto the moors, along wooded valleys, onto the floodplain and into small towns like Kirkburton and Marsden. The Calder Divide Trail wipes away the modern layer of trunk roads, industrial estates and shopping centres so prominent on maps to reveal the older network of paths that lie beneath. The trails on gravel, stone, peat and heather are there. They just had to be connected.

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