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Brentwood Southerly Loop With Country Park Cycle Route



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Cycle Route Details
Route NameBrentwood Southerly Loop With Country Park
Distance : miles (km)11.76  (18.93)
Duration(hh:mm)01:06
Difficulty
Posted Byalistairbarnwell
Calories Burned kcal
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityBrentwood
County/RegionEssex
Start LocationInvergrave Road (A128)
End LocationInvergrave Road (A128)
Cycle Steps
Head off to Priests Lane, then turn right over the railway footbridge to Hutton Mount. Leave Hutton Mount onto Hanging Hill Lane then right into Park Avenue, on through Hall Green Lane turning right onto farm track. This track will lead onto Middle Road (Ingrave) and then Common Road. At end of Common Road turn left onto Ingrave Road and after about 800yds turn right into Thorndon Approach. At end of Thorndon Approach take forest footpath into Thorndon Country park. At end of this path turn left and follow path down hill. Now keep a circular route though park finally coming back to parks 'Car Parks'. head past these out of park onto The Avenue. Turn right after 400 yds into Hartswood Road. At the end of Hartswood road turn left at traffic lights into Ingrave Road and follow to the end at Wilsons Corner.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Main Line Railway (Ipswich - London), Ingrave, Thorndon Park Golf Club, Thorndon Park Country Park.

Near By Cycle Shops
Brentwood Halfords
Your comments?
posted by:Colin CherryRating : difficult :
I live in Hutton and ride most of this route on a regular basis - its very enjoyable, once you are inside Thorndon Country park there are other bike routes too that can add some variation, of course you can ride the pedestrian routes too however I'm not sure if this is fair on the walkers and dog owners!


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