This route consists of country roads over open moorland dropping down into deep valleys with the occasional stream to cross (easy, in dry weather), (I have a big trailie but others in our group have sport bikes and tourers all enjoyed the route). It starts in Barnard Castle, head south down the hill and over the river,turn left on b6277, ride to A66 turn right,100mtrs turn left signposted Reeth,over moorland 15kms turn left in Arkengarthdale and right signposted Low Row. Climb again onto Gunnerside Fells, here is where you will find tight bends, a stream or two before dropping down again into Swaledale at Low Row, from here you can turn right (B6270) along to Thwaite and the Buttertubs Pass to Hawes or carry on to Kirkby Lonsdale or turn left to Reeth, Richmond, A1 the choice is yours, enjoy.
There are some nice bends on this short stretch in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. Can be be accessed from either the B6270, B6255 or the A684. Short but quite sweet.