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Slough, Marlow, Flackwell Heath Circular Cycle Route



England > Berkshire > Slough
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameSlough, Marlow, Flackwell Heath Circular
Distance : miles (km)45.07  (72.53)
Duration(hh:mm)04:30
Difficulty
Posted ByC Kish
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CitySlough
County/RegionBerkshire
Start LocationSlough Centre Train Station
End LocationSlough Centre Train Station
Cycle Steps
North making your way UP to Fulmer where you will do some ups and downs crossing over top of the M40.

Heading east you make your way down Hedgerley Lane and toward the beautiful area around Littleworth Common. Ontoward Hedsor and a steep decent, before making your way down Ferry Lane to cross the Thames. Then it's time to make your way up Winter Hill and down Quarry Wood Road to cross the Thames again into Marlow.

Make your way through Marlow via High St, Station Road, Glade Road and onto Wycombe Road. Follow Wycombe Road North East to Handycross at which point you will make your way east via Winchbottom Lane and north to Heath End Road (east) to Flackwell Heath onto Straight Bit and Whitepit Lane. Make your way up Winsor Hill and onto Broad Lane toward Hedsor.Heading toward Taplow you make an adjustment on Nasdom Lane eventually turning back north toward Littleworth Common.

Into Burnham Beeches, around the beautiful park. Egypt Lane, where you cross over the A355 and make your way back through Hedgerley and eventually south on Gerrards Cross Rd, Stoke Poges Lane and the Slough Train Station.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Pubs on route, quiet lanes most of way. Some busy sections while making way out of Slough, into Marlow.

Near By Cycle Shops
Saddle Safari
Cycle-Tech
Cycling Clubs located in this region
Wokingham Bikers
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