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Kew To Windsor Cycle Route



England > London > Fulham
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameKew To Windsor
Distance : miles (km)29.99  (48.26)
Duration(hh:mm)02:54
Difficulty
Posted ByP Benson
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityFulham
County/RegionLondon
Start LocationKew Bridge, London
End LocationWindsor, Berkshire
Cycle Steps
Nice flat route all the way, almost entirely beside the river. There's a nice pub called The Ship at exactly half way.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
River Thames, Kew Gardens, Hampton Court, Windsor Castle.

Your comments?
posted by:kalrasRating : difficult :
Really nice route. Did not see The Ship on the way, but a pub call The Weir at Walton, nice food. Got to weybridge and took the ferry across to Shepperton. A couple of tricky moments at some barriers near Chertsey/Laleham meadows, as I had a child seat, ad had to lift the bikes over to get back on to the towpath. Will have to look for an alternative route here.

Also we got lost at Staines (did not know we had to cross the river back to the southside), so we just got the train back. Will give this a go again next weekend!

posted by:braczyskoRating : difficult :
I have been on this route twice and will go again very soon.Really enjoyable and Shepperton foot ferry its extra bonus to whole trip.

Would recommend to anyone who likes to relax on bicycle.

posted by:MichaelRating : difficult :
Thinking about doing this ride at the weekend. Does anyone know, is it suitable for road bikes or can it get a bit muddy on the paths?

Thanks

Michael

posted by:MichaelRating : difficult :
Thinking about doing this ride at the weekend. Does anyone know, is it suitable for road bikes or can it get a bit muddy on the paths?

Thanks

Michael

posted by:SevitzRating : difficult :
Michael,

I did this one which is virtually the same route: http://www.cycle-route.com/routes/Putney_to_Windsor-Cycle-Route-3502.html

A good hybrid will be fine, but a road-road bike might struggle. Lots of toe paths and non paved surfaces. It's less about the mud, but more about the general surface for the river bit, which I think with thin tires would be a nightmare.


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