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Lightwater to Chobham, Windsor and Ascot Loop Cycle Route

England > Surrey > Bagshot
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameLightwater to Chobham, Windsor and Ascot Loop
Distance : miles (km)29.47  (47.43)
Posted ByAshley317
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Cycle Route Location
Start LocationRed Road (B311), Lightwater
End LocationRed Road (B311), Lightwater
Cycle Steps
Head along Red Road (B311) towards West End. At A322 roundabout go straight over onto Bagshot Road, A319, and contiune until Chobham.
At the mini roundabout go left, staying on the A319, then at the junction where the A319 turns sharp right, continue straight on, onto the B383. Follow this through Burrowhill and take a right, off the B383, following signs for Longcross, onto Staple Hill.
Follow the road towards Longcross, and turn right onto the B386. Follow this through Longcross and on until the left hand turn off onto Kitsmead Lane. Follow this across the M3 and onto Trumpsgreen Road.
Turn left at car dealers, onto Wellington Avenue and follow the road until the B389 roundabout. At roundabout go straight over onto Callow Hill and start and enjoy the climb and decent to Royal Holloway.
At the A30 crossroads, outside Royal Holloway, go straight over onto the A328. Follow the road and keep going till you meet the Thames. Turn left at the A308 roundabout, onto Straight Road, and follow this, through Old Windsor to the large roundabout.
At the roundabout swing round to the right and turn off left onto the B3021. Follow the B3021 over the river and round to Datchet, where you come alongside the Thames once more. Continue straight on as the road becomes Windsor Road, B470. Follow this round to the left, across the river and into Windsor.
Just after Windsor Castle ingnore the plotted route, as you can go left along the bus and cycle route and out the other side of Windsor onto the B3022 and Kings Road.
At the A308/A332 roundabout take the 2nd exit, onto the A332, towards Ascot. Follow the A332 until you pass Royal Ascot Racecourse, on your left,
At the A329 roundabout go left, onto the A329, and head along the other side of the racecourse. After you pass the main grandstand, turn right, onto the Station Hill, A330, heading towards the station. Follow the A330 until the turn off right onto the Bagshot Road, B3020.
Follow the B3020 and at the end of the road turn right onto the A30, then left onto School Road, B386.
Take the next right, into Church Road, and follow the road till it skirts Windlesham. At the T junction turn right, onto Broadway Road, heading towards Lightwater.
Follow the road under the M3 and over the A322 and there you are back in Lightwater. Follow Guildford Road and Lightwater Road back to the start point.
Hope you enjoy the route and don't get lost.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Windsor Castle
Ascot Racecourse
The Thames
Windsor Great Park

Your comments?
posted by:TC91Rating : difficult :
This is a really nice cycle route although i did it in the reverse direction so i could coast down the hill by Windsor Castle rather than climb up it will all the tourists crossing the road.

I averaged 16.7mph on my Trek 1.2 bike and completed it in just under two hours. The route is easily navigable, just remember the major roads and villages you need to go through and it is fairly easy. Just a couple of unmarked T-junctions in the longcross region (Kittsmead lane) that you need to watch out for.

Other than that super Saturday afternoon ride after 100 miler yesterday! Thanks for adding the route - saw plenty of other cyclists out along the way. Roads were nice and quiet!

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