Wiltshire Cycleway - Salisbury to Great Bedwyn
This is the third section of the Wiltshire Cycleway which runs for 160 miles through some of the most beautiful countryside in the county.
You start off in Salisbury and head north along the River Avon to Amesbury via Great Durnford. This section also passes the fascinating Iron Age Hill Fort at Old Sarum Castle, where 5,000 years of history are told through graphic interpretation panels on site.
From Amesbury, you continue north along the Avon to Haxton where the route heads turns through Salisbury Plain to Collingbourne Ducis on the River Bourne. The final section then follows more country lanes and a short waterside section along the Kennet and Avon canal to Great Bedwyn.
Wiltshire Cycleway - Salisbury to Great Bedwyn Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
Wiltshire Cycleway - Salisbury to Great Bedwyn Open Street Map - view and print off detailed map
Wiltshire Cycleway - Salisbury to Great Bedwyn OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking
Wiltshire Cycleway - Salisbury to Great Bedwyn Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
In the little village of Upper Woodford you'll find the splendid Bridge Inn. The main attraction here is the lovely, large riverside garden area where you can relax and enjoy refreshments in an idyllic setting. Indoors there's a nice light country-style decor with sofas. They also have a very good menu and drinks selection. You can find the inn a couple of miles south of Stonehenge, in Upper Woodford, right next to the River Avon. Postcode for your sat navs is SP4 6NU.