Buttertubs Pass

Buttertubs Pass in the Yorkshire Dales, between Hawes and Muker, one of two King of the Mountains climbs in Stage One of the 2014 Tour de France
Buttertubs Pass in the Yorkshire Dales, between Hawes and Muker, one of two King of the Mountains climbs in Stage One of the 2014 Tour de France
Yorkshire Dales between Hawes and Muker – the bicycles will be coming this way soon. Buttertubs is the highest elevation in the Tour de France Stage 1 2014, Leeds to Harrogate.

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4 thoughts on “Buttertubs Pass

    • Hi Leonie – did you see Cote de Buttertubs yesterday? It was packed! I thought the Yorkshire Dales looked stunning in the coverage we saw of it. Best wishes, Jo.

      • Hi Jo
        Buttertubs was amazing, it looked like one of the Alps climbs. Yorkshire has really turned on the weather. I’m also enjoying the Frenchification of the local names. Cote de Blubberhouses really got me laughing in the second stage.
        We stay up as long as we can each night to watch the tour and tape the rest to watch in the morning. Tour month is great fun.
        Regards Leonie

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