Regional Cycle Route 41

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Regional Cycle Route 41 in Suffolk runs from Snape to Bramfield through the Suffolk Coast and Heaths, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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Woodbridge to Felixstowe[edit]

Woodbridge | Waldringfield | Kirton | Felixstowe

Felixstowe to Snape[edit]

Felixstowe | Felixstowe Ferry | Bawdsey| Hollesley| Orford | Snape

The route from Felixstowe to Snape takes one through the Suffolk Coast and Heaths, an area of outstanding natural beauty.

From Felixstowe head for Felixstowe Ferry, a small hamlet next to the ferry itself. You may now take the Bawdsey Ferry across the River Deben. You next pass Bawdsey Manor where radar was developed and from time to time the original transmitter block is open to the public. Head north for Hollesley and just north of the village one has a choice of taking the Butley Ferry, which claims to be the smallest in Europe (and as a result does not take tandems) or go round the creek. If you can book the ferry it is well worth the effort as it adds interest and saves mileage.

From Orford it is a simple on-road route to Snape and Snape Maltings. At Snape one can continue on this route to National Cycle Route 1 at Bruisyard or take Regional Route 42 to Minsmere and meet up with National Cycle Route 1 just South of Halesworth.

Snape to Bruisyard[edit]

Snape | Sweffling | Bruisyard

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