Cotswolds Goldeneye Cycling Map
Cotswold Country Lanes & Traffic-Free Cycle Routes
The Cotswolds Goldeneye Cycling Map shows that the Cotswolds are ideal for the touring cyclist – representing England at its very best.
Long, winding lanes connect villages with beautiful churches, excellent pubs and delicious tea rooms.
The landscape these cycle routes pass through is rich in imagery, from rolling pastures, dry-stone walls and trickling trout streams, to honey-coloured stone cottages in sleepy hamlets.
The Cotswold map from Goldeneye is a double-sided and very hard-wearing map, showing suggested cycle routes throughout the Cotswolds and across to the Forest of Dean.
Includes The Stroud Valley Cycleway, The Oxford Waterway and the Forest of Dean Family Trail.
Plus NCN routes 5, 41, 45, 48 and 47.
Cotswolds Country Lanes & Traffic-Free Cycle Routes Cycling Map
Publisher: Goldeneye Maps
• 112mm x 240mm
• ISBN 9781859652572
• Matt laminated for foul-weather protection
• Ideal scale for touring @ 1:126,720/2 miles to 1 inch
• 27 circular routes overprinted on map
• National Cycle Network routes 5, 41, 45 and 48 are illustrated, and the Traffic-Free Family Cycling Trails: The Stroud Valley Cycle Trail, The Oxford Waterway and the Forest of Dean Family Trails.
Read more in the blog post Cycling in the Cotswolds and Gloucestershire