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Hayling Island Circular Cycle Route

England > Hampshire > Hayling Island
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameHayling Island Circular
Distance : miles (km)14.2  (22.85)
Posted ByBack_Door_Boyz
Calories Burned kcal
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Cycle Route Location
Town/CityHayling Island
Start LocationStation Road
End LocationStation Road
Cycle Steps
Starting @ Station Theatre take the Billy Trail to the top of the Island. Cross the main road and head through "Northney" back down to the Yew Tree Public House. Cross the main road again into Daw Lane then turn left into West Lane heading into West Town. Turn left heading out of West Town across into Hollow Lane, then into Mengham. Follow round into Selsmore Road and then Salterns Lane. Turn right into Selsmore Avenue and then right into Fishery Lane. Take a left into Marshall Road and left into St Hermans Road, then right into Southwood Road. Turn left onto the Seafront and go all the way to Beachlands, where you turn left then right by the arcade roundabout. This takes you through the quiet car park road to the Inn on the Beach. Turn right and then left onto Ferry Road and follow this all the way to Ferry Point (Ferryboat Inn). At this point, do a U turn and head back to Sinah Lane. Follow it back to Station Road and the Theatre.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Billy Trail, Views across Langstone Harbour.
Yew Tree, Lifeboat, Olive Leaf, Beachlands Fun Fair, Ferry Boat Inn.

Your comments?
posted by:rincewind2009Rating : difficult :
Hi, I live in Havant and tried this route. I started off in havant so had to adapt the route accordingly(I started by going through Northney rather than starting at the station theatre) and i really enjoyed it. It took my an hour and a quarter from start to finish and i covered 19 miles in total.

posted by:johnRating : difficult :
Very enjoyable, nice quiet roads and no hills. My wife enjoyed it a lot, as she is not one for hills.

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