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Thame to Princes Risborough Cycle Route



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Cycle Route Details
Route NameThame to Princes Risborough
Distance : miles (km)6.81  (10.96)
Duration(hh:mm)00:30
Difficulty
Posted Byhappy
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityPrinces Risborough
County/RegionOxfordshire
Start LocationThame
End LocationPrinces Risborough
Cycle Steps
Access the Phoenix Trail just off the side from Nelson Street or Windmill Road.
Once on the path carry along passing underneath Chinor Road.
Another mile or so on you will eventually cross Sandpit Lane. Continue on the path.
Continue until you cross Lower Icknield Way, at this point the path forks right.
Carry along the route until you come into some more densely populated wood, at this point the path turns 45 degrees to the left.
Travel to the end of the woods and head on to Horseden Lane.
Follow Horseden lane all the way round until it runs in parallel very close to the railway
At this point turn left under the railway and then left again on to Picts Lane.
Travel along Picts Lane until you join Summersley Road turning left.
Take the first side road right on to Manor Park Avenue.
This will lead you into Princes Risborough.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Different Sculptures, magnificent scenery, Chiltern Hills, birds of prey if your lucky.

Your comments?
posted by:UKPeteRating : difficult :
Did this route last weekend with my little 9 year old neice as it is nearly all off road and I haven't ridden a bike for over 20 years.
A very easy and pleasent ride for the family, there are a few walkers along the trail to give way to.
Rated it 5 for complete novices with no hills.

posted by:jsmith9114Rating : difficult :
This is the first route I've attempted after a 15 year gap in cycling.. Loved it! Great scenery, and if you are lucky a Steam Train :)


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