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Holmbury Hill Cycle Route

England > Surrey > Holmbury St Mary
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameHolmbury Hill
Distance : miles (km)5.22  (8.40)
Posted Bydave
Calories Burned kcal
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Cycle Route Location
Town/CityHolmbury St Mary
Start LocationHolmbury St Mary
End LocationHolmbury St Mary
Cycle Steps
The route starts from the car parks located at the top of Radnor Rd. Exit the car Park at the north east corner and follow the single track, keeping right. Cross the fire track and continue into Reservoir of Dogs - this should bring you to the reservoir (about 1/2 mile down Radnor Rd from the car park). Cross Radnor Rd and onto the single track - this is Barry Knows Best. At the bottom take the path to the right that climbs back up to joint the wide path which runs parrallel to Radnor Rd and returns to the start of BKB. From here, retrace your steps across the road, past the reseevoir and take the fire track on the right. This track runs back towards the car park. Stay on the track and once over the ridgeprodeed down to the junction and take the second right (straight on) and then take the next right which should take you up to the Fort and viewing post. From here turn north and follow the broard path for about 100 yards and take the single track on the right. This is the Yoghert Pots. At the end of the YP you rejoin a fire track. Turn right - heading down hill - and take the next left following this fire track over the ridge and on a further 200 yards. Look out for a path crossing - with overhead lines! turn left and follow. This is the low half of Telegraph Row and takes you to the YHA car park. Take the broard path leaving the car park to the west and follow roundheading south. Look out for a single track on your right that drops down to a lower wide track. Follow this track until your come to a junction of five paths. take the second right - which is the steepest - and climb the short slope, turning left shortly beyond the top. Follow the track which slowly climbs and after about three hundred yards rejoins RoD just before the main decent to the reservoir.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Peaslake and excellent local shop for tea and other refreshments.

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