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The Chiltern Heritage Trail

The Chiltern Heritage Trail is a scenic cycle route around the Chiltern District. The routes have been divided into a series ofloops each covering approximately 25 miles. The routes are quite distinct in terms of scenery and character and each loop is named after a famous historical figure linked to the District. Whether you are an experienced cyclist or a novice the routes have been carefully designed with the whole family in mind. Two of the routes include family friendly sections and designated cycle paths have been highlighted. Each loop is clearly illustrated and described in a full colour leaflet.

Harding Route (Yellow route – North East Way)Download

Milton Route(Green route – Southern Way)Download        

Hampden Route(Red route – North West Way)Download

 

 

The Chilterns Cycleway170 miles, circular

Cycle route through the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, taking in the best of the Chilterns scenery. The route is mainly on-road and is signposted throughout. Historic villages andlively market towns, stop at one of the many country pubs or National Trust properties along the route or simply enjoy the wonderful views. The Chilterns Cycleway passes through Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, taking in some of the best landscapes in these counties.

The Cycleway has been broken down into 23 sections:  Further information and Downloads

LOCAL CYCLIST: Suggested routes

Colne Valley Route22 miles, circular(by Shaun Thomas)

“This is a beautiful bike ride which allows you to enjoy the lovely scenery of the Colne Valley. It is mainly on small counrtry roads which are devoid of traffic apart from an occasional tractor, the only hazards on these roads are the pheasants who have a strange habit of loitering in the road! The terrain is generally flat you'll be glad to know, but there are three hills - I'm sorry, I tried to miss them out but they are unavoidable I'm afraid! However they're pretty easy so don't worry.”  Further information

WATERSIDE CYCLING

Grand Union Canal

The Grand Union Canal starts in London and ends in Birmingham stretching 137 miles with 166 locks. Further information

FAMILY CYCLING

Cycling in Bernwood Forest  6 routes (135 miles of trails) Download