Starting from Woodbridge Station, follow country lanes to the pretty riverside village of Waldringfield.
This cycle ride links the historic town of Woodbridge with the pretty riverside village of Waldringfield. On the way you ride through lovely countryside with great views of the River Deben. The cycle ride starts at Woodbridge Railway Station car park and follows roads and ‘Quiet Lanes’ to the beautiful riverside village of Waldringfield via the hamlet of Hemley and nearby Newbourne Springs Nature Reserve.
Terrain: Route mainly follows minor roads. Several sections on busy urban roads with 30mph speed limits. One short section on road with 60mph speed limit. Short sections on tracks. Some short hills.
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The Suffolk Coast & Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is one of Britain’s finest landscapes. It extends from the Stour estuary in the south to the eastern fringe of Ipswich and then north to Kessingland. The AONB covers 403 square kilometres, including wildlife-rich wetlands, ancient heaths, windswept shingle beaches and historic towns and villages.
Woodbridge Station Car Park: Access via the B1438 from the A12. Postcode for satnav: IP12 4AU
Parking can be limited on very busy days. Car parking charges apply.
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Hybrid/mountain bike or road bike with tyres suitable for bridleway use.
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