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Bude Town and Beaches Cycle Route

Route 2 takes you through the centre of Bude and along the coast to the beaches of Summerleaze, Crooklets and Northcott Mouth. From Crooklets to Northcott, the route works well as a loop or “there and back” return via bridle path or quiet lane.

Bude to Tamar Lakes Cycle Route

A picturesque route through Cornish countryside up to the Tamar lakes that lay on the Cornwall and Devon border. The lakes offer water sports, wild life watching and fishing, and a cycle track around the north lake.

Bude Farm and Villages Cycle Route

A beautiful scenic route that takes you along the quiet lanes, villages and farms which surround Bude. This route passes through the villages of, Stratton, Marhamchurch and Helebridge. This route is perfect for anyone who wants to explore Bude further than the beaches.

Bude Canal and Coast Cycle Route

A great family cycle going from The Weir at Whalesborough, across fields and woodland to the beach all off road. The new all-weather track takes you around the farm on gentle gradients, with no roads, if you follow all the way around the 4 miles you eventually come back to where you started. It is a short ride perfect for families with young children. If you don’t mind using the road you can take the coast road up from Widemouth to Upton then left back down to the multi use trail either to Bude or back to The Weir, a slightly more challenging route of around 7 miles.

Bude Town to Week St Mary Cycle Route

A great family cycle going from The Weir at Whalesborough, across fields and woodland to the beach all off road. The new all-weather track takes you around the farm on gentle gradients, with no roads, if you follow all the way around the 4 miles you eventually come back to where you started. It is a short ride perfect for families with young children. If you don’t mind using the road you can take the coast road up from Widemouth to Upton then left back down to the multi use trail either to Bude or back to The Weir, a slightly more challenging route of around 7 miles.

Bude to Morwenstow Cycle Route

Beautiful coastal and wooded valley route out to the historic hamlet of Morwenstow and taking in Coombe valley. This route does have some steep-steep climbs, notably at Coombe Valley, but the views are breath-taking too. Crooklets to Coombe is on bridle paths then country lanes for the remainder. Reward yourself at Morwenstow in the 13thC Bush Inn or Rectory Tea Rooms. The church is worth a visit too. Return via lanes through Woodford, Stibb and Poughill.

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