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Wiltshire is an interesting and attractive county with plenty to see and do for the cyclist.
The main highlights in the county are the Kennet and Avon Canal with its cycle friendly towpaths, and of course Salisbury with it's glorious cathedral.
Also check out the Wiltshire Cycleway with 168 miles of cycling through lovely countryside including the beautiful Avon Valley with its fine river and Salisbury plain with the famous ancient stone circles of Stonehenge.
There are several National Cycle Network signed routes in the county many of which have been mapped and can be viewed and downloaded below.
For more information on NCN routes in the county (including free cycle maps) please click here
For more information on cycle routes in Wiltshire including tips, advice and free cycle maps please click here
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| Wiltshire Cycling Links
|Visit Wiltshire||Several nice routes with very good pdf guides|
|Wessex CTC||Lots of up to date information on cycling events and rides in the Wessex area of England which includes Dorset, Hampshire, Somerset and Wiltshire|
|Wiltshire CC||Wiltshire county council cycling and walking pages - lots of good maps and guides on here|