National Cycle Route 24
National Cycle Route 24 runs from Bath to Eastleigh in Hampshire, for a distance of just under 80 miles.
Route highlights include the traffic free section at the start on the Two Tunnels Greenway and the Kennet and Avon Canal. You'll also pass the photogenic Dundas Aqueduct on the Colliers Way.
Towns on the route include Radstock, Frome, Warminster and Salisbury with its famous cathedral.
See the list below for a series of shorter rides along the route.
Scroll further down for a route video and the complete gpx file.
Cycle Routes along National Cycle Route 24
- Two Tunnels Greenway - This is a super, shared cycling and walking path making use of a disused railway path through Bath and the surrounding countryside
- Colliers Way - This shared cycling and walking path runs from the Dundas Aqueduct to Radstock and Frome
- Bath to Frome - Travel to the eastern tip of the Mendip Hills on National Cycle routes 4, 24 and 48
- Warminster to Frome - Follow National Cycle route 24 from Wiltshire into Somerset on this ride through the splendid Longleat Estate
- Romsey to Andover - This route follows National Cycle route 24 and a long off road section along the Test Way from Romsey to Andover.
You start at Romsey railway station and soon join the Test Way path which follows the River Test passing King's Somborne and Stockbridge
- Romsey to Southampton - Follow NCN routes 24 and 23 through Hampshire on this short easy route
- Salisbury to Romsey - Follow National Cycle route 24 from Wiltshire into Hampshire on this pleasant route
- Salisbury to Warminster - This ride follows National Cycle route 24 along quiet country roads from Salisbury to Warminster.