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Wiltshire from Amesbury to Avebury Cycle Route

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Cycle Route Details
Route NameWiltshire from Amesbury to Avebury
Distance : miles (km)21.67  (34.87)
Posted ByLorraine
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Cycle Route Location
Start LocationAmesbury- A345 @ London Rd.
End LocationAvebury - A4361 @ Green St.
Cycle Steps
One way. Follows quiet roads and pathways. Some A roads but minimal. From London Rd. turn Left onto Porton Rd. Briefly becomes Salisbury Rd. Becomes Milston Rd. and follow it for 12Ks.
At three way junction turn Right and follow another 11Ks keep river on your left. Merge onto Andover Rd. (A342) turn Right on High St. (A345) which becomes Pewsey. Turn Left onto Broad St. which become The Sands. Past Boreham sharp Left onto The Elms. On your right side should be "The Sanctuary". Turn Left onto A4 for 500 metres. Turn Right onto B4003 which rides along "The Avenue" then merges into A4361. End on Green St. Enjoy the Stones.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Besides passing The Sanctuary on the right side just before the turn onto A4 you can also see Sillsbury Hill.

Your comments?
posted by:David NorrisRating : difficult :
This is a nice route and keeps off the busy A345 between Amesbury and Upavon. The route between Amesbury to Upavon is rolling hills and then gets easier between Upavon and Avebury.

posted by:Murray SmithRating : difficult :
Actually, I haven't ridden the route but am hoping to, in reverse (E/W Kinnet to Amesbury, then back the next day). But I need to find a place near E/W Kinnet or Marlborough to rent two bikes (me and my wife) in May. Any ideas?

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