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Sandhurst to Yateley Common Loop Cycle Route

England > Hampshire > Farnborough
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameSandhurst to Yateley Common Loop
Distance : miles (km)19.77  (31.82)
Posted Byspudulitus
Calories Burned kcal
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Cycle Route Location
Start LocationSnaprails Park, Attrebatti Road, Sandhurst
End LocationSnaprails Park, Attrebatti Road, Sandhurst
Cycle Steps
**Mountain bikes**

Proceed from Snaprails Park toward Wellington Drive, and turn right, take Albion Road on the left and follow to Yorktown Road turn right then left down Swan Lane. Proceed under the railway bridge and then over the river. At the end turn left then take a right into the Darby Green sports pavillion. Go around the football green and then cut left onto the Reading Road at the back of the Green. Take the next right onto Yateley Common And follow this track through to the A30. Cross the A30 into Hawley Common, follow the tracks to the top of the hill and then go left heading towards the old runway and crater then follow the sealed road to the Hawley Lake. Go around the lake then cut onto the A327 turning right (there is a cycle path to the right of the road) Follow to Gibraltar Barracks and then cross the road going south. Cross this woodland keeping right and emerging at the Fleet Road. Turn Left and then Right onto the Blackbushe Road. At the Rotten Green turning go Right into the Yateley Heath Wood crossing it to Blackbushe. Go across the A30 then into Blackbushe. Then follow any number of routes back to Hawley & Sandhurst across Yateley Common.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Hawley Lake, 2 Disused Runways 1 sealed 1 gravel.

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