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|Cycle Route Details|
|Route Name||Salisbury Circular via Woodford|
|Distance : miles (km)||15.7 (25.27)|
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|Nice scenic route. Not much traffic (except for the the A36 between Wilton and Quidhampton).
Suited for beginners, with only one major hill (between Woodford and Stoford - approx 1.2 miles fairly steep incline and 1 mile downhill).
|Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?|
|2 pubs worth looking at: The Swan Inn at Stoford, and The Old Mill on the Town path in Harnham
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|posted by:Ben Adlard||Rating :||difficult :|
|Defo a ride for beginneers, the hill between Woodford and Stoford is a nice one. Gets steeper the further up you go.|
I do this run a fair bit and there is never much traffic.
|posted by:jovisuk||Rating :||difficult :|
|Nice easy route for beginners through great lanscapes. Not really any challenging parts, as mentioned the hill from Woodford up to the A360 is a good little hill. |
If you want to go a little further why not go out through Little Durnford, Salterton, and Netton before heading back through Upper Woodford, that way you come back past the lovely "Bridge Inn" pub in Upper Woodford.