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Sandhurst to Bramshill and Swallowfield Loop Cycle Route



England > Berkshire > Sandhurst
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameSandhurst to Bramshill and Swallowfield Loop
Distance : miles (km)21.07  (33.91)
Duration(hh:mm)02:06
Difficulty
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CitySandhurst
County/RegionBerkshire
Start LocationSandhurst School, Owlsmoor Road (off A3095)
End LocationSandhurst School, Owlsmoor Road (off A3095)
Cycle Steps
This is a road route, mainly on country roads, but with elements of A and B roads.
Head south to the A3095 roundabout, where you turn left onto Rackstraw Road, A3095. Follow this to the A321 junction and turn right, off the A3095 onto Yorktown Road, A321. Follow this to the roundabout just after the Immaculate Conception Church.
At the roundabout turn left onto Swan Lane, heading for Frogmore. Follow the road under the railway bridge, past the water works and the outskirts of Frogmore and on till the T junction.
At the junction, turn right onto Derby Green Road. and follow this to the B3272 roundabout. At the roundabout turn right onto Reading Road, B3272, heading for Yateley. Follow the B3272 through Yateley, Eversley Cross and Eversley Centre, passing Chequers and Golden Pot pubs on the way, and on till the A327 roundabout.
At the roundabout, turn left, off the B3272 and onto the A327, heading away from Eversley. Follow the road to the crossroads, where you turn right, off the A327 and onto Bramshill Road, heading for Bramshill. Follow the road to the crossroads at Bramshill.
At the crossroads, turn right onto Ford Lane, heading towards Swallowfield. Follow the road to the T junction, where you turn left. Follow this road as it sweeps right, becomes School Road and goes on till a T junction.
At the junction, turn right onto Part Lane, heading for Swallowfield. Follow the road to the T junction at Swallowfield.
At the junction, turn right onto Church Road, heading towards Farley Hill. Follow the road through Farley Hill and on till the A327 T junction.
At the junction, turn right onto Reading Road, A327, and then turn immediately left, off the A327 onto Sheerlands Road, heading towards Arborfield Garrison. Follow the road to the T junction and turn right onto Baird Road. At the next T junction turn left onto Princess Marina Drive and follow this to the crossroads at the REME Museum in Arborfield Garrison.
At the crossroads, turn right onto Briggs Lane, heading towards Finchampstead, and follow the road as it swings right, becomes Park Lane, and then takes a sharpish turn to the left. Continue till the next turn off on the left.
At the turn off, go left onto Nine Mile Ride, and then take the first right onto White Horse Lane and go up the hill, past the Church, and on till the B3348 T junction.
At the junction, turn right onto Jubilee Road, B3348, heading towards Finchampstead. Follow the B3348 and swing left at the fork, off the B3348 onto Longwater Road, B3016, heading towards Eversley.
Go past the Greyhound pub and turn left up Cricket Hill, which becomes the Lower Sandhurst Road, heading back towards Sandhurst. (There is a great hill loop on the left if you want to add an extra mile)
Follow the road till the first left hand turn after it sweeps right around the reservoir. Turn left onto Lower Church Road and follow this to the A321 T junction.
At the junction, turn right onto the High Street, A321, and follow as it swings left, goes under the railway bridge, turns sharp right, goes straight over the roundabout, past the Immaculate Conception Church and on till the A3095 roundabout.
At the roundabout turn left onto Rackstraw Road, A3095, then take a right at the next roundabout back into Owlsmoor Road, and the start point.
Cycling Clubs located in this region
Wokingham Bikers
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