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Camberley to Fox Corner Loop Cycle Route



England > Surrey > Camberley
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameCamberley to Fox Corner Loop
Distance : miles (km)20  (32.19)
Duration(hh:mm)02:00
Difficulty
Posted ByG Hutchison
Calories Burned kcal
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityCamberley
County/RegionSurrey
Start LocationThe Maultway (B3015)
End LocationThe Maultway (B3015)
Cycle Steps
Starting at the Red Road (B311) roundabout, have a quick whizz down the hill and turn right, onto the A322, at the roundabout with Gordons school. Follow the A322 all the way to Fox Corner, through a couple of sets of lights and across the A324 intersection, between Woking and Brookwood.
At Fox Corner turn on a hairpin right onto the B380 and then follow the B3032 and A324 into Pirbright. Take either the first (B3405) or second (B3012) left, both have a slight incline, and then carry on down the B3012 to the Pirbright bends and take on the hills. After that, follow the road to a nice fast downhill stretch, to a one way bridge, and into Frimley Green, on the B3411. Keep going straight into Frimley, on the B3411, and spin round the roundabout at Frimely High Street and head back the way you have just come. Take the left fork into Grove Cross Road and the next left fork Into Portsmouth Road, A325. At the roundabout turn onto the Frimley Road, B3411. At the end of the Frimley Road, turn right onto the A30 and ride through Camberley until you reach the Jolly Farmer roundabout. Turn right onto The Maultway, B3015, and take on a slight incline on the finishing straight back to the start point.
Your comments?
posted by:AnnabelRating : difficult :
We really enjoyed this ride - thanks for the route.

posted by:AshleyRating : difficult :
Good route. Has become one of my regular rides out. Thanks


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