South West England is the perfect destination for cyclists, with terrain to suit all ages and abilities – on woodland trails, riverside tracks and awe-inspiring coastal routes.
The Camel Trail in Cornwall or the Tarka Trail in Devon are both popular with families and offer large stretches of fairly flat cycling through breathtaking countryside. While the National Cycle Network www.sustrans.co.uk offers miles of cycle routes on quiet country lanes and traffic-free paths.
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Cardinham contains over 250 hectares of mixed woodland set within a complex series of impressive steep valleys and narrow ravines. Ideal area for walking, cycling and horse-riding.
From the extensive pine woodlands and heathlands in the Wareham and Ringwood areas, to the beautiful beech woodlands of Cranborne Chase, the forests of Dorset are a delight to discover.
Covering 35 square miles, the forest was formerly a royal hunting forest. It is now a place of few crowds and much peace with the largest area of old oak trees in Britain.
Part of the National Cycle Route 27 "The Devon Coast to Coast", this 18km route via Meldon and Lake Viaducts is excellent cycling route for all the family.