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Harleston Circular Cycle Route



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Cycle Route Details
Route NameHarleston Circular
Distance : miles (km)14  (22.53)
Duration(hh:mm)02:30
Difficulty
Posted Byhappy
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityHarleston
County/RegionNorfolk
Start LocationHarleston Road
End LocationHarleston
Cycle Steps
This is a nice route for a family cycle. It is quite short, flat and not terribly taxing. It mainly sticks to relatively quiet back roads and passes Startson, Redenhall and Weybread.
Starting on Harleston Road head north leaving the town passing the old railway station that used to link Norwich to London.
When you arrive in Starston, take the first right on to Hardwick Road. Cycle for approximately 2 miles and then turn right on to Clintergate Road.
Take the first left on to Bungaygrave Road and then first right onto Low Road. Cycle to the T-Junction and turn right onto Mill Road.
Cycle south for approximately 2 miles along Mill Road until you arrive at another T-Junction. Turn left on to Church Lane and follow it over the A143.
At the next T-Junction turn left and then first right on to Cook's Lane in Redenhall. Take the first road on your left on to Cuckoo Lane, and then first right on to Low Road.
Cycle for another 3 to 4 miles until you arrive at another T-Junction. Turn right on to Shotford road, and at the end turn right on to London Road, and first left heading back into Harleston
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Starston Parish Church sits on the banks of Starston Beck, both of which are worth a look. Gawdy Hall Estate which is slightly off the route (is signposted however) contains lots of ancient woodland and wildlife. From Cuckoo Hill you can see great views over the Waveney Valley.

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