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Warwick Loop via Ufton Cycle Route

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Cycle Route Details
Route NameWarwick Loop via Ufton
Distance : miles (km)19.14  (30.80)
Posted ByJane
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Cycle Route Location
Start LocationEmscote Road, Warwick
End LocationEmscote Road, Warwick
Cycle Steps
Start outside the Millright Arms, near the Portugise coffee shop. Cycle across St Nicholas Park and follow the cycle path along Myton Road and then up through the Queensway towards Whitnash.

Through Whitnash and past the Golf Club and onto the rough track along side the railway line. This track comes out on the Fosseway. Cross over the Fosseway and towards Harbury. This is a long slow hill eventually coming into Harbury. Follow the road and one way system through Harbury and out of Hall Road. Take the road towards Ufton and Leamington, then take the first left and this lane will bring you out into Ufton. Cross over the road and use the footpath up to the junction and turn left into Bascote Heath, past the Fox and Hen pub (drinks and food here) Mind the junction and go straight on towards Bascote, follow this road until you reach the canal, you need to cross the road to enter the tow path, follow the tow path back to Charles Street and then back onto the Emscote Road, have a coffee at the cafe here, the food is all great too!
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Chesterton Windmill can be seen after Leamington Golf Course, The views along Ufton Fields Road are wonderful, you can see as far as Coventry.

Harbury has pubs for a drink, Bascote Heath there is the Fox and Hen.

Ideal ride for 10 years+, mostly either cycle track, quite roads or tow path. Use the footpath at Ufton.

Cycling Clubs located in this region
Rugby Mountain Bike Club
Your comments?
posted by:aitchifishRating : difficult :
Just getting started cycling again, but tried this route and found it just right for my (poor) abilities!

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