National Route 69 of the National Cycle Network will connect Morecambe with Grimsby via Settle, Skipton, Cullingworth, Huddersfield, Horbury, Pontefract, Althorpe and Caistor. There is also a branch between Stockbridge and Shipley.
Open Sections: In Lancashire the route is currently open and signed between Hest Bank and Bull Beck Picnic Site - just east of Caton, via Morecambe and Lancaster.
The route is open between Clapham and Gargrave following National Route 68
In Yorkshire the route is open between Silsden and Shipley (and on to Leeds as National Route 66) along the Leeds and Liverpool canal towpath.
A small section of the Great Northern Trail is open through Cullingworth.
Huddersfield to Dewsbury is open on the Calder Valley Greenway.
Maps and leaflets available for this route are below map.
Maps and leaflets:
Morecambe to Bull Beck picnic site (Caton) is shown on the Lancaster & Morecambe Walking and Cycling Map available from Lancashire City Council, tel: 01524 582371 or download from Celebrate Cycling website.
Clapham to Gargrave and Sowerby Bridge to Huddersfield are parts of the Pennine Cycleway (South Pennines) cycle route.
Silsden to Leeds is mapped on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal map published by Geoprojects.
Bingley to Leeds is covered on the Aire Valley Towpath leaflet (pdf).
Huddersfield to Dewsbury is covered on the Calder Valley and Birkby Bradley Greenways leaflet.