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|Cycle Route Details|
|Route Name||Guernsey Mixed Internal and Coastal Ride (53 Miles)|
|Distance : miles (km)||53.26 (85.71)|
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|This is a road route, on a mix of the Islands roads, that covers most of Guernsey and has a number of climbs.
On leaving the car park head north along the coast road, La Neuve Rue. The route stays on the coast through L'Islet and loops around the Royal Guernsey Golf Club. It then heads through La Fontenelle, goes arond the coast and into St Sampson. You then do a small loop inland before heading back through St Sampson towards the coast once more. Head around the coast to St Peter Port and head inland at the roundabout. This is a large loop that take nearly across the island before heading through Le Vilocq and back towards St Peter Port. However, before you complete the loop you turn right towards Carmel. Head into Carmel and turn left towards the coast. Follow the road back once more towards St Peter Port and at Albert Pier turn left to head inland. This takes you past the Princess Elizabeth Hospital and across the island to just short of the La Grande Mare Golf Club. You now swing back round and head for St Andrew. Go through St Andrew and past the end of Guernsey Airport before turning left towards Mouilpied. In Mouilpied you turn left head down to briefly touch the coastline then turn back towards the airport. Turn left at the airport and go into La Planque. Here you take a left to go through La Planel and on to the west coastline. There is then a small loop inland before continuing up the western coast. You then turn inland once more to go through Les Buttes and left past the other end of the airport heading back towards the La Grande Mare Golf Club once again. Before you reach the golf club you turn left and loop around St Saviour Reservoir and back to the coast at Richmond. You now follow Vazon Road around the coast and back to the start.
With the large number of complete or near complete loops, this route could be shortened or varied quite easily.