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Woking Circular via Great Halings Wood and Westcroft Park Cycle Route



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Cycle Route Details
Route NameWoking Circular via Great Halings Wood and Westcroft Park
Distance : miles (km)23.24  (37.40)
Duration(hh:mm)02:18
Difficulty
Posted Bydavert
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityWoking
County/RegionSurrey
Start LocationSt Johns
End LocationVirginia Water
Cycle Steps
From Woking head through Chobham and turn right into Red Lion Rd.

This turns into Grcious Pond Rd at the end of which turn LEFT into Stonehill Rd and follow this past St Peter's and turn LEFT at the junction at the bootom of the hill immediately before the roundabout.

The left turn takes you into Hardwick Ln which runs north along side the M25 before becoming Lyne Crossing Rd and then crosses the M3 after which you turn LEFT at the junction with Trumpsgreen Rd.

Follow this up the hill and down over the railway bridge and bear right following the road along the north side of the M3 up to the roundabout.

Over the M3 again and turn right into Staple Hill.

This is where the 'roller coaster' starts. (this might be slightly over selling things...).

Down Staple Hill, turn RIGHT at the bottom and climb up the hill, B383, turning LEFT into Valley End Rd. Down Valley End Rd, turning LEFT at the bottom into Highams Ln briefly before taking the next RIGHT into Woodlands Ln.

Climb the hill heading for Windlesham and turn LEFT into Rye Grove before the bridge over the M3.

Down Rye Grove , LRFT into Burnt Pollard Ln and then Windlesham Rd. From here on its back round the edge of West End via Benner Ln and Scott's Grove Rd before turning RIGHT into Guildford Rd and back to Barr's Ln and Woking.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
The route uses quite country lanes with gentle climbs to reach the highest point at Longcross. The return leg is three descents with short climbs between each.

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