Finding route details

  • Clicking on a route will show you a popup box with the route name/number
  • If there are more details about the selected route, a link will display

Places of interest

  • You can view destinations by ticking boxes in the map key
  • Pinpoints will appear when you zoom in to the map
  • These businesses and destinations are drawn from Google's database - if you find an error, you can report it on

Keyboard shortcuts

  • Pan left, right, up and down with the arrow keys
  • Pan wider with the Page Up, Page Down, Home and End keys
  • Zoom in and out with the plus (+) and minus (-) keys

Double-click to zoom

  • Double left-click to zoom in
  • Double right-click to zoom out (Ctrl+ double-click for Mac users)

Printing and sharing

  • Use the icons in the top right of the map area to print your current view, or to get a link to share.

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Route Types

Getting around



Traffic-free route (National Cycle Network / other)
On-road route (National Cycle Network / other)
Access to the path (everyone / just pedestrians)
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Discover the National Cycle Network

Whether you walk, cycle, run or ride a horse, there's plenty of oppurtunity for adventure and getting involved!

children cycling

Cycling is a great way to have fun as a family.  These rides on the Network are perfect because they have lots to things to see and do along the way. 

a group bike ride on the NCN

Every year our staff and vounteers organise lots of rides and walks on the National Cycle Network, all over the country.

volunteers on the NCN

Our volunteers work incredibly hard to keeping all routes and signage in tip top shape. If you’d like to help out, check out our volunteer vacancies in your area.

kids out on a bike ride

For every £1 you donate, we can unlock a further £50 of funding to build safe routes and campaign for better conditions for cyclists.

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