GPS Cycle and Walking Routes


National Byway - Ledbury Loop

21 miles (33 km)

The National Byway is a 3,200-mile (5,150km) sign-posted leisure cycling route around Britain. This section explores the countryside around the market town of Ledbury on the Gloucestershire and Herefordshire border. The loop follows a series of nice country lanes, visiting several pretty villages with some great views across the Malvern Hills and the surrounding countryside.
You can start the ride in Ledbury and then head to Eastnor Castle and Bromesberrow. Here you can just head south to Bromesberrow and Bromesberrow Heath or head east to Pendock to extend the route.
From Bromesberrow Heath you continue to Dymock and Leddington before returning to Ledbury.

National Byway - Ledbury Loop OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

National Byway - Ledbury Loop Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Open Street Map with Location tracking

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