List of National Cycle Network routes

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This is a list of routes on Sustrans's National Cycle Network within the United Kingdom.

As the cycle network has not been fully completed, some sections of routes are still under construction.

Single Digit Main National Routes[edit]

Number Route Major incomplete sections Notes Map
1 DoverShetland, along the east coast, via London, Edinburgh, John o' Groats and Orkney Whitby - Staithes Map
2 DoverSt Austell, along the south coast, when completed. DawlishTotnes; PlymouthSt Austell OSM
3 BristolLand's End Incorporating the West Country Way and the Cornish Way, via St. Austell, Bude, Barnstaple, Taunton and Wells OSM
4 GreenwichFishguard, in West Wales, via Reading, Bath, Bristol, Newport, Caerphilly, Pontypridd, Swansea, Carmarthen, Tenby, Haverfordwest and St. Davids Map
5 ReadingHolyhead, via Birmingham, The Midlands and the North Wales coast WalsallStafford; diversions at Colwyn Bay. Map
6 WindsorLake District, via Milton Keynes, Leicester, Derby, Nottingham, Sheffield, Manchester, Preston and Lancaster CastletonReddish, BlackburnPreston OSM
7 SunderlandInverness via Carlisle and Glasgow Eastern section of C2C. Incorporating the Clyde and Loch Lomond Cycleway OSM
8 CardiffHolyhead, via Brecon, Builth Wells, Machynlleth, Porthmadog and Bangor, through the heart of Wales. Also known as Lôn Las Cymru OSM
9 BelfastDublin, when completed, via Lisburn, Craigavon, Portadown and Scarva Slieve GullionDublin Map

Double Digit National Routes[edit]

Number Route Major incomplete sections Notes Map
10 CockermouthNorth Shields, via Carlisle, Kielder Forest, and Bellingham Forms the majority of the Reivers Cycle Route OSM
11 HarlowWiggenhall St Germans (south of King's Lynn), via Cambridge and Ely HarlowStanstead Mountfitchet; WaterbeachWicken; link to Saffron Walden OSM
12 EnfieldSpalding, via Potters Bar, Hatfield, Stevenage, St Neots, Peterborough Enfield LockHadley Wood; intermittent sections StotfoldSandy Also known as the Great North Way OSM
13 Tower BridgeBarkingGraysChelmsfordColchesterBury St EdmundsThetfordFakenham Sections around Grays Joins route 1 between Chelmsford and Colchester OSM
14 DarlingtonStockton-on-TeesHartlepoolDurhamConsettSouth Shields Also known as the Three Rivers Cycle Route OSM
15 (NottinghamGranthamSleaford) Connect route 6 in Belton, near Shepshed Leicestershire with route 1 in Lincolnshire near Coningsb OSM
16 (BasildonShoeburyness) OSM
17 Rochester – ( spur to Maidstone) – Ashford (proposed) to Newchurch, Kent joining Route 2 OSM
18 CanterburyAshfordTenterdenTunbridge Wells OSM
20 WandsworthRedhillCrawleyBrighton Joins route 21 between Redhill and Crawley OSM
21 GreenwichLewishamCrawleyEast GrinsteadHeathfieldEastbourne Several sections are not suitable for road bikes. OSM
22 BansteadDorkingGuildfordFarnhamPetersfieldHavantPortsmouth – (by ferry to Isle of Wight) – RydeYarmouth – (by ferry to New Forest) – LymingtonBrockenhurst ferry connections are required from Portsmouth to Ryde, and again from Yarmouth to Lymington OSM
23 ReadingBasingstokeWinchesterEastleighSouthamptonCowesSandown OSM
24 BathRadstockFromeLongleatWarminsterSalisburyRomseyEastleigh Also known as the Colliers Way OSM
25 LongleatGillinghamBlandford ForumPooleBournemouth OSM
26 PortisheadClevedonCheddarWellsGlastonburyYeovilDorchesterWeymouthPortland Bill Portishead – Clevedon
Cheddar – Glastonbury
Also known as The Strawberry Line OSM
27 IlfracombeBarnstapleOkehamptonTavistockPlymouth Also known as the Devon Coast to Coast cycle route OSM
28 OkehamptonBovey TraceyNewton AbbotTotnesSalcombeYealmptonPlymouth Okehampton – Bovey Tracey
Newton Abbot – Tontes
Yealmpton – Plymouth
OSM
32 BodminPadstowNewquayTruro Part of the Cornish Way cycle route OSM
33 BristolNailseaWeston-super-MareBridgwaterTauntonIlminsterChardAxminsterSeaton Nailsea – Weston-super-Mare Also known as the Wessex Cycleway OSM
34 Exeter St DavidsExeterBridge Road Joins route 2 at Bridge Road Map
41 BristolGloucesterCheltenhamTewkesburyEveshamStratford-upon-AvonRoyal Leamington SpaRugby Cheltenham – Tewkesbury
Evesham – Stratford-upon-Avon
OSM
42 GloucesterCinderfordParkendChepstowAbergavennyHay-on-WyeGlasbury Gloucester – Cinderford
Parkend – Chepstow
OSM
43 SwanseaCaehopkinLlanwrtyd WellsBuilth Wells Caehopkin – Llanwrtyd Wells OSM
44 ShrewsburyBishop's CastleBromfieldLudlowHerefordCinderford Ludlow – Cinderford OSM
45 ChesterShrewsburyKidderminsterWorcesterGloucesterSwindonSalisbury OSM
46 BromsgroveDroitwichWorcesterHerefordAbergavennyMerthyr TydfilNeath Worcester – Hereford OSM
47 NewportNeathSwanseaLlanelliCarmarthenFishguard Neath – Llanelli OSM
48 LincolnLeicesterCirencesterBathExeter Cirencester – Exeter OSM
49 AbergavennyPontypoolCwmbranNewport OSM
50 (MaidenheadWinslow) OSM
51 ColchesterHarwichIpswich- FelixstoweCambridgeBedfordMilton KeynesOxford OSM
52 (Stratford-upon-AvonLoughborough) OSM
53 (PeterboroughLichfield) OSM
54 (Stourport-on-SevernKidderminsterDudley) – LichfieldDerby OSM
55 (IronbridgePreston) OSM
56 ChesterLiverpool, via Wallasey OSM
57 NorthleachWitney (-) OxfordThamePrinces RisboroughChesham (–) Hemel HempsteadHarpenden (– Welwyn Garden City) OSM
60 ManchesterPrestwich Cheetham HillPrestwich OSM
61 MaidenheadUxbridgeRickmansworthHatfieldWare OSM
62 FleetwoodBlackpoolPrestonSouthportLiverpoolWarringtonManchesterDoncasterSelby HuttonSouthport The Trans Pennine Trail OSM
63 Burton upon TrentLeicesterOakham (–) PeterboroughWisbech OSM
64 Market HarboroughMelton Mowbray (–) CollinghamLincoln OSM
65 HornseaHullSelbyYorkMiddlesbrough Also known as the White Rose cycle route OSM
66 Spurn HeadHullBeverleyYorkLeedsBradfordHebden BridgeRochdaleManchester Spurn – Hull; Tadcaster – Branham; Mirfield – Brighouse; Castleton – Failsworth OSM
67 Long EatonHeanorChesterfieldLeedsNorthallerton Includes the Nidderdale Greenway and Trans Pennine Trail OSM
68 DerbyBuxtonNew Mills - HolmfirthSettleApplebyHaltwhistleBerwick-upon-Tweed The Pennine Cycleway running up the spine of England OSM
69 MorecambeSettleSkiptonCullingworthHuddersfieldHorburyPontefractAlthorpeCaistorGrimsby Other than the long section formig a part of the Way of the Roses, Route 69 comprises a number of discontinuous, short traffic free sections throughout Yorkshire Is western end of the Way of the Roses OSM
70 Barrow-in-FurnessKendalKirkby StephenBarnard CastleDurhamSunderland W2W, Walney 2 Wear Map
71 NorthallertonApplebyPenrithWhitehaven and Workington Western end of C2C OSM
72 KendalBarrow-in-FurnessWhitehavenSillothCarlisleTynemouth KendalRavenglass Includes Hadrian's Cycleway OSM
73 Newton StewartStranraer and LochranzaKilmarnock OSM
74 GretnaDouglas (– Lesmahagow –) LarkhallHamiltonUddingston OSM
75 PortavadieDunoonGourockGlasgowEdinburghLeith OSM
76 Berwick-upon-TweedEdinburghStirlingKirkcaldy - St Andrews Kirkcaldy - St Andrews The Round the Forth Route OSM
77 DundeePitlochry, via Perth OSM
78 CampbeltownInverness Great Glens Cycle Route OSM
79 (Boat of GartenSpey Bay) Map
81 AberystwythShrewsburyTelfordWolverhamptonSmethwick Known as Lon Cambria OSM
82 BangorCapel Curig - PorthmadogDolgellauMachynlleth (–) Ystrad MeurigFishguard OSM
84 RhylSt Asaph (- LlangollenOswestry) OSM
85 ChesterWrexham - TrevorLlangollen (- CorwenBalaDolgellau) OSM
88 CaerleonNewportCardiff( – Bridgend) Map
91 PortadownTynan Includes a figure-of-eight based around Enniskillen known as the Kingfisher Trail Map
92 EnniskillenDerry Map
93 BelfastDerry Map
94 A circuit of Lough Neagh; also known as the Loughshore Trail Map
95 Tynan – Pettigo, via Lough Neagh and Newtownstewart. Map
96 ToomePortglenone (– Coleraine) Map

Three Digit Regional Routes[edit]

Zone 1[edit]

Zone 2[edit]

Zone 3[edit]

Zone 4[edit]

  • 403: North Wiltshire NCN4 braid
  • 410: Avon Cycleway (Bristol Ring)
  • 413: Evesham – Cheltenham NCN45 cut-off
  • 416: Bristol – Yate
  • 423: Cwmbran – Monmouth – Ross (former RR30 and Peregrine Path)
  • 425: Docklands – Camberwell
  • 426: Skenfirth – Kentchurch
  • 436: Dulais Valley, South Wales
  • 437: South Wales to Glanaman
  • 438: South Wales to Glanaman
  • 439: South Wales to Glanaman
  • 440: Milford Haven
  • 442: Cotswold Line Cycle Route: Worcester – Evesham – Oxford
  • 446: Carmarthen – Llandysul
  • 447: Cardiganshire to Newcastle Emlyn
  • 448: Crymych – Cardigan
  • 451: Nantwich – Crewe – Sandbach
  • 455: Oswestry – Ellesmere – Whitchurch (former RR31)
  • 461: Slough / Eton Dorney
  • 465: Pontypool – Hafodyrynys (- Crumlin); (Aberbeeg -) Cwm – Beaufort
  • 466: Valleys
  • 467: Valleys
  • 468: (Trethomas -) Pengam – Abertysswyg (-) Rhymney – Bute Town
  • 469: Bargoed – (Fochriw – Rhymney)
  • 475: Caerphilly – Senghenydd
  • 476: Trelewis – Taff Bargoed
  • 477: Edwardsville – Merthyr Tydfil
  • 478: Abercynon – Llwydcoed
  • 481: Salisbury Plain NCN45 braid
  • 482: Chiseldon – Marlborough NCN45 braid
  • 485: Fosse2 link to Daventry
  • 492: Cwmbran – Brynmawr

Zone 5[edit]

  • 523: Kenilworth – Balsall Common – Hampton-in-Arden
  • 524: Nuneaton-Tamworth-Alrewas
  • 525: North Warwickshire Cycleway (W) and Coventry link
  • 526: North Warwickshire Cycleway (E)
  • 533: Birmingham & Fazeley Canal
  • 534: Sutton Coldfield Connect2 – Sutton Park to Castle Vale
  • 535: Birmingham – Sutton Coldfield
  • 536: Banbury – Towcester – Northampton – Thrapston
  • 539: Northampton Norbital
  • 544: Didcot – Wantage (former Regional Route 44)
  • 547: south-east Peak District
  • 548: Hartington – High Peak Trail
  • 549: Etwall – Uttoxeter – Maniford Trail
  • 550: Caldon Canal towpath
  • 551: Newcastle-under-LymeSilverdale
  • 552: Newport – Market Drayton (former RR75)
  • 554: Lichfield – Hednesford link
  • 555: Stoke – Kidsgrove via Trent & Mersey Canal towpath
  • 558: South Manchester
  • 559: Caldon Canal Leek Branch – the Roaches
  • 561: Warrington – St Helens – Skelmerdale
  • 562: Runcorn – Widnes – St Helens – Wigan – Southport
  • 566: Anglesey north coast
  • 568: Wirral – Hawarden Bridge – Chester (former Regional Route 89)
  • 573: Congleton – Northwich (former Regional Route 73)
  • 576: Rickmansworth – Chesham – Wendover
  • 577: Witney – Carterton – Cricklade
  • 585: former RR55 Redditch – Birmingham, and canal towpath to city centre

Zone 6[edit]

  • 622: Preston Guild Wheel (circular route)
  • 627: Sheffield – Penistone – Kirkburton
  • 633: Worthington – Ashby – Moira
  • 636: Harrogate – Knaresborough, also known as the Beryl Burton cycleway
  • 645: Sherwood Forest – Southwell
  • 646: Carlton-le-Moorland, Lincolnshire
  • 647: Lincoln – Worksop
  • 648: Bakewell – Sherwood Forest
  • 656: Coxwold – Osmotherly. The High Level Option of the White Rose route.
  • 657: Easingwold – Upsall. Thirsk area loop
  • 658: York northern city route
  • 665: East Leeds – Tadcaster – Wetherby – York
  • 668: north Leeds
  • 672: Derby – Ilkeston greenway
  • 674: Bluebell Way: Thurcroft – Woodsetts, link to Doncaster and Worksop
  • 676: Mansfield
  • 677: north Leeds (Roundhay Park)
  • 680: Monsall Trail
  • 681: Pennine Cycleway moorland route from Hebden Bridge
  • 686: Pennine Cycleway military land route from Bellingham
  • 688: Winterburn – Linton-on-Ouse. Way of the Roses central section
  • 689: Huddersfield – Meltham
  • 696: Airedale Greenway: Leeds and Liverpool Canal towpath Keighley – Shipley
  • 697: Linesway Greenway: Castleford – Garforth
  • 699: Huddersfield Narrow Canal east, and east from Dewsbury

Zone 7[edit]

Zone 8[edit]

  • 810: Liverpool – Ainsdale (former Regional Route 81) (out-of-zone number)
  • 811: Valleys – Porth-Pontypridd (Rhondda Fach)
  • 818: Llangurig NCN81 high level braid
  • 819: Rhayader-Strata Florida southern braid
  • 820: Llanwrtyd Wells – Strata Florida/NCN81
  • 822: Aberaeron – Lampeter
  • 825: Radnor Ring
  • 862: Gellings Greenway: Kirkby – Knowsley (Liverpool)
  • 881: Valleys (Rhondda Valley / Pontypridd – Maerdy)
  • 882: Valleys (Rhondda Valley / Treorchy)
  • 883: Valleys (Ogmore Valley)
  • 884: Valleys (Garw Valley)
  • 885: BridgendMaestegAfan Forest Park
  • 887: Port TalbotPontrhydyfenAfan Forest Park

See also[edit]

  • The National Byway: A non-Sustrans route, South West Scotland to South West England, 4,500 mile in total.

References[edit]

External links[edit]