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The Cotswold Line Cycle Route

The new Cotswold Line Cycle Route passes through some of Britain's finest cycling country... and it's open to you whether you're a beginning cyclist or an experienced tourer.

The route follows the Cotswold Line railway, so you can simply cycle as far as you like - then get the train home.

It runs from Oxford to Worcester, via picturesque Cotswold towns such as Chipping Campden and Moreton-in-Marsh. We've chosen quiet lanes and occasional off-road tracks to make sure your cycling is picturesque and hassle-free wherever possible.

First-time cyclist? Why not cycle from Kingham to Moreton-in-Marsh on flat roads, stopping off at the famous Daylesford Organic cafe. Hardened tourer? Challenge yourself to all 75 miles in one day. Or anything in between!

Discover the route

This brand-new route has been devised by local cyclists and is now fully signposted apart from two short sections.

Simply click the links to the right for a description and map of each stage.

You can download a PDF map of the whole route (1.6Mb PDF).


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