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Named standard discs and posts - Circular RideHanslope Circular Ride

32 km / 20 miles

Milton K
A circular ride through open countryside in north Buckinghamshire, it passes through a nature reserve and wildfowl centre on its way to a tour of the Saxon manors of Hanslope.

The open countryside of the Ouse and Tove Valleys gives extensive views across North Buckinghamshire and into Northants, with the distinctive spire of Hanslope Church the central feature.

The route is open to horseriders, pedal cyclists and walkers and uses a combination of metalled and unmetalled roads and tracks, and headland and crossfield bridleways. There are a number of gates to open and close and the bridleways can be muddy, particularly after wet weather.

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Waymark: Named standard discs and posts - Circular Ride
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Named standard discs and posts - Circular Ride
Attributes
Cycle Route; Horse Ride (Multi User)
Start and Finish
SP846424 - Great Linford, Milton K
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Hanslope Circular Ride (Milton Keynes Council)

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31.6 Km (19.6 miles)
262 m (860 ft) ascent
126 m (413 ft)  maximum height