Ebury Way-cycle leaflet

Ebury Way is a 3.5 mile traffic-free path for walkers & cyclist along the route of a former railway line linking Watford and Rickmansworth.  By bike, it is a 30 minute easy ride.  For the more adventurous, it forms part of route 61 of the National Cycle Network (NCN) which runs west to Uxbridge & Windsor and beyond and from Watford route 6 goes from London to the Lake District.

The surface has been designed to be easy going for all users including wheelchairs with many accessible entry points along the way.

Acting as a 'green corridor' for wildlife and well away from the bustle of nearby towns and traffic, the route passes through a variety of habitats, including open moor, scubby wood, wetlands and water.

Cross the 3 rivers - Colne, Chess & Gade and the Grand Union Canal, there is plenty to see along the way.

Please follow the link below for more information on Ebury Way.

Ebury Way version 2 (Jan 2008).pdf (1379 K)

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