Browse routes

With hundreds of routes to choose from, the National Cycle Network is a great way to discover the UK. 

  • National Route 477

    Route 477, known as the Trevithick Trail, travels between Merthyr Tydfil and Abercynon.
     

  • National Route 478

    Route 478 links the Taff Trail to the south and the Brecon Beacons and Heads of Valleys cycle route (Route 46) to the north.

  • National Route 482

    This route follows the Chiseldon to Marlborough railway path to provide an alternative route through the North Wessex Downs south of Swindon.

  • National Route 49

    The route runs through Monmouthshire from the lovely market town of Abergavenny, known as the Gateway to Wales, and the city of Newport.

  • National Route 492

    Route 492 takes you from Cwmbran towards Brynmawr via Blaenavon, with splendid views of the Pontypool and Blaenavon Railway.

  • National Route 50

    National Route 50 of the National Cycle Network will connect Maidenhead with Winslow when complted. The majority of the route is awaiting development.

  • National Route 534

    Route 534 travels alongside Plants Brook, and is part of an extensive new route between Sutton Coldfield and Castle Vale.

  • National Route 535

    Route 535 is a small cycle route from National Cycle Route 5 in Birmingham City Centre to Gravelly Hill, which carries on for a short way along the Tame Valley Canal.

  • National Route 536

    Route 536 of the National Cycle Network connects Banbury with Thrapston via Towcester and Northampton.

  • National Route 544

    Route 544 connects Didcot and Wantage.  It is an 12-mile route on quiet roads, byways and purpose built paths, offering a tranquil way to explore Southern Oxfordshire.

  • National Route 549

    National Route 549 of the National Cycle Network connects Hurdlow in the Peak District with Etwall via Waterhouses and Uttoxeter.

  • National Route 574

    Route 574 of the National Cycle Network connects with Route 6 at Sewell taking you along the Icknield Way Trail past the western edge of Dunstable to Chesham via Berkhamsted. 

  • National Route 604

    National Route 604 of the National Cycle Network connects Church near Oswaldwistle with Burnley via Clayton Le Moors.

  • National Route 622

    Route 622 is a 21 mile cycle route encircling the city of Preston in Lancashire. This route is known locally as the 'Preston Guild Wheel'

  • National Route 626

    National Route 626 of the National Cycle Network connects Chadderton with Hyde via Oldham and Ashton-under-Lyne.

  • National Route 647

    Route 647 links Lincoln and Worksop via Tuxford

  • National Route 648

    National Route 648 of the National Cycle Network connects Route 680 near Bakewell in the Peak District with Route 6 at Sherwood Forest via Baslow, Chesterfield, Bolsover, Shirebrook and Warsop. 

  • National Route 665

    Route 665 links the east of Leeds to York via Wetherby and Tadcaster.

  • National Route 672

    Route 672 is known as the Great Northern Greenway and will connect Derby City with Ilkeston when complete.

  • National Route 680

    Route 680 is known as The Monsal Trail - a cycle, horse riding and walking trail in the Derbyshire Peak District.

  • National Route 685

    Padiham Greenway

  • National Route 689

    National Route 689 of the National Cycle Network connects Meltham with Lockwood Rail Station in south west Huddersfield via Netherton on a dismantled railway line.

  • National Route 696

    National Route 696 is a combined walking and cycling route connecting Keighley, Bingley, Saltaire and Shipley and is also known as The Airedale Greenway. It follows the Leeds and Liverpool Canal and connects to - also forming part of - The Aire Valley Towpath between Leeds and Bingley. 

  • National Route 697

    National Route 697 of the National Cycle Network connects Garforth, West Yorkshire with Knottingly via Castleford and Ferrybridge. The northern end between Garforth and Allerton Bywater is called the Linesway Greenway.

  • National Route 699

    Route 699 links Dewsbury and Ossett.

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