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|Cycle Route Details|
|Route Name||Beaulieu Road Station to Brockenhurst and Lyndhurst Loop|
|Distance : miles (km)||24.37 (39.22)|
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|This is a New Forest afternoon blast, road route, mainly on B and country roads, with a couple of decent sized hills on the way, especially at Bolderwood Ornamental Drive.
Although it is not particularly long, there are lovely views across the New Forest all the way round.
From the station head south towards Beaulieu on the B3056. After Beaulieu follow the road as it swings right and becomes Hatchet Lane, B3054. Follow this to the fork, where you take the right fork, off the B3054 and onto Beaulieu Road, B3055. Follow this to Brockenhurst.
At the A337 T junction in Brockenhurst, turn right onto Lyndhurst Road, A337, go over the railway bridge and the turn left, off the A337 onto Brookley Road. Follow the road as it swings left, goes past the A3055 turn offs on the left and the right, and continues to the T junction.
At the junction turn right onto Burley Road and follow this as it swings left and becomes Rhinefield Road. Follow this away from the built up area, across open land into the forest, and on till a T junction.
At the junction turn right onto Rhinefield Ornamental Drive. Follow this through the forest to the A35 crossroads.
Go straight across the A35 onto Bolderwood Arboretum Ornamental Drive, and follow this through the forest to a T junction.
At the junction turn right, heading for Emery Down/Lyndhurst. Follow the road, swinging right through Emery Down and on till the A35 T junction.
At the junction turn left onto the A35 and follow this through Lyndhurst. On the way out of Lyndhurst, turn right, off the A35 and onto Beaulieu Road, B3056.
Follow the B3056 through Denny Lodge back to Beaulieu Station, where you started from.
|Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?|
|Cyclexperience Bike Shop and Hire Centre at Brockenhurst - useful for repairs and a food stop!
Lovely views across the New Forest, with it's enormous Redwood Trees and Rhododendrons at Rhinefield Ornamental Drive, the Deer Sanctuary at Bolderwood and of course the famous New Forest Ponies.
|Cycling Clubs located in this region|
|Bike 2 Basics Cycling Club|
|New Forest Mountain Bike Club|