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Shenley Ridge Cycle Route



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Cycle Route Details
Route NameShenley Ridge
Distance : miles (km)7  (11.27)
Duration(hh:mm)00:45
Difficulty
Posted Byhappy
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityShenley
County/RegionHertfordshire
Start LocationShenley Rectory Lane
End LocationShenley Centre
Cycle Steps
Once again, another short loop similar to Aldenham and Radlett routes. If you join the 3 together however you get a nice 18-20 mile route. On their own however they are lovely routes for short family cycles.
Starting on Rectory Lane, leave Shenley heading East. Shortly after leaving Shenley you will come to a few triangular junctions, take the keep left and continue cycling along Rectory Lane.
Cycle until you come to a T-Junction, turn right on to Blackhorse Lane, then immediate first right onto Packhorse Lane.
Keep cycling for another 1 mile, miss the first side road right but take the 2nd on to Deeves Hall Lane.
At the end of Deeves Hall Lane, turn right and then take the first left on to Summerswood Lane.
3/4 of a mile on take the first side road left on to Buckettsland Lane, cycle to the fork on the road, more like a side road right, keep right at this point.
This leads you up to another T-Junction, turning right onto Silver Hill road. This will take you straight back to Shenley.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
The Cage, 18th century village lock up is worth a look. St Margaret's Church.

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