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Stamshaw to Hayling Island Circuit Cycle Route



England > Hampshire > Portsmouth
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameStamshaw to Hayling Island Circuit
Distance : miles (km)19.95  (32.11)
Duration(hh:mm)01:54
Difficulty
Posted Bybanbowers
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityPortsmouth
County/RegionHampshire
Start Locationchilde square portsmouth
End Locationchilde square portsmouth
Cycle Steps
This is a pleasant, easy ride that is fairly safe. There are no real hills and a lot of it is on cycle ways.
Starting from Stamshaw go to Southsea past the ferry port and around the dockyard. Continue along the seafront to Eastney and on towards the Hayling Ferry. The ferry across is about £3.40 single or £4.00 return with a bike. After landing on Hayling Island follow the Ferry Road to Beachlands. There is a Cafe and Amusement park and also a Narrow Gauge Railway line to visit and ride. From here take the Havant Road (A3023) all the way to Langstone. Bear in mind this is a very busy and narrow road and the traffic is quite heavy down here. Head over the Langstone Bridge and turn left at Havant Roundabout. Follow the bike signs onto the Bike Route 2 along past Zirotech and along the cycle way past Farlington to Eastern Road (A2030). Head across Burfields Bridge and along Eastern Road to the Anchorage Road turn off. Follow this road up to Old London Road and turn into Oakwood Road. Turn left into Northern Parade and head back into Stamshaw again.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
The Hard, Historic Dockyard, Clarance Pier, South Parade Pier, Hayling Ferry, Hayling Beach, Beachlands Amusements, Farlington Marshes, Langstone Harbour.
There are two main bike shops, Havant Halfords and Portsmouth Halfords.
Many places to stop and have a drink or something to eat on the way.


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posted by:mike lynchRating : difficult :
Sir

Hayling ferry website for timetable details

www.haylingferry.co.uk


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