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Send to Ewhurst Loop Cycle Route



England > Surrey > Guildford
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameSend to Ewhurst Loop
Distance : miles (km)36.7  (59.06)
Duration(hh:mm)03:36
Difficulty
Posted ByAndy
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityGuildford
County/RegionSurrey
Start LocationSend Road (A247), Send
End LocationSend Road (A247), Send
Cycle Steps
Route takes you up over Newlands Corner down into Shere, where there is a little tea room for those wanting a stop. Out through Shere up a long but not steep hill before heading into Ewhurst and the into Cranleigh. Go through Cranleigh before heading back onto Country roads and into Farsley Green, before heading downhill into Albury. The route then goes up towards St Martha's Church up a narrow country lane before ending up on the outskirts of Guildford. The route then heads through Merrow, Burpham, Jacobs Wells and then the back roads to Knaphill before heading back towards Send via the outskirts of Woking. Most of the route is on quiet country roads with good scenery.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Tea shop in Shere for those who wish to stop and if you head out of Cranleigh towards Horsham you can visit Smithbrook Kilns which has both a bike shop and a running specialist, plus a cafe which serves homemade cakes!

Your comments?
posted by:Danny HallRating : difficult :
Great cycle route with lots of hills! Some great views especially around Newlands Corner. Really enjoyed it. Started in Woking and rode it clockwise.


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