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The Ebury Way Cycle Path

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The Ebury Way Cycle Path

Ebury Way Cycle Path
Length 3.5 mi (5.6 km)
Location Hertfordshire, England
Trailheads Rickmansworth, Watford
Use Cycling, Hiking

The Ebury Way is a 3.5-mile (5.6 km) rail trail running between Rickmansworth and Watford in Hertfordshire, England.

The path, through lakes and fields in Rickmansworth, is shared with walkers and cyclists. Its origin as the Watford and Rickmansworth Railway endowes it with generous width and gentle gradient making it ideal for family cycling. It forms part of National Cycle Network Route 61 which runs between Windsor to the South West and Ware to the North East. The Watford section of the Ebury Way up to its crossing of the River Colne also forms part of Route 6 and this section is labelled jointly Route 6/61. The Ebury Way crosses three rivers; The River Colne, River Chess and River Gade as well as the Grand Union Canal.

See also

External links

  • Groundwork Herts
  • Ebury Way Cycling Leaflet
  • Sustrans

Coordinates: 51°38′25″N 00°26′20″W / 51.64028°N 0.43889°W / 51.64028; -0.43889

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