This road can be quite difficult to find so be careful in finding it. Proceed on Manchester Road out of Slaithwaite in a SW direction towards Marsden and after passing the zebra crossing, which is shortly after passing Varley Road, take the next left into Nields Road. Proceed on Nields Road past the Junior School to a small crossroads. At this crossroads turn left up the steep hill which is where you start the climb up Yew Tree Lane. The first section until you come to the small hamlet of Tanners is very steep and very narrow. Unfortunately if you meet any vehicle on this road you will end up having to stop, turn round and go back down to the start to allow it to pass!!! Ignore the road to the left at Tanners and keep going straight on into Lane and Dowry Road which can be very rough and a test of your bike handling skills, especially when you come to a very sharp steep left turn up Delves Gate. The road then really flattens out towards the top with good views to be had. The finish is at the “T” junction with the B6107 and the site of the old White House public house now houses.