Cycle along Wiltshire’s quiet country lanes and enjoy rural England at its very best on the Wiltshire Cycleway.
Whether you’d prefer to do the long distance route of 160 miles or break it down into smaller routes, the Wiltshire Cycleway is a great way to explore the Wiltshire countryside.
Designed to be cycled anti-clockwise, the route takes you through the Saxon town of Bradford on Avon, along the Chalke Valley in the south of the county, to historic market town of Marlborough right up to Malmesbury and the Wiltshire Cotswolds in the north. Look out for some of Wiltshire’s White Horse chalk carvings on your travels and make stops at picturesque villages including Castle Combe and Middle Woodford.
Make a break of it and stay in some of Wiltshire's cycle friendly places to stay - find out more on the VisitWiltshire website.
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