Cycle routes

Herefordshire is a great place to get out and about on a bike. Whether you want to commute to work or enjoy a leisurely scenic bike ride, we have a number of cycle routes around the county, as well as network routes passing through the area.

We also offer Park and Cycle and rail and cycle facilities if you live further afield but would still like to cycle for your daily commute.

Hereford area

Ledbury area

Leominster area

Ross-on-Wye area

Cycle networks

We are working with national sustainable transport charity, Sustrans, to develop four National Cycle Network (NCN) routes crossing the county:

  • NCN46 Newport (Gwent) and Neath - Abergavenny - Hereford - Worcester - Droitwich and its Skenfrith spur NCN426 (provides two access points for Monmouthshire's four castles route).
  • NCN44 Shrewsbury - Hereford - Ross-on-Wye - Cinderford - Forest of Dean
  • NCN423 Goodrich - Symonds Yat - Peregrine Path - Monmouth - Cwmbran
  • NCN426 Kentchurch - Skenfrith

You can find more information on these and other routes on the Sustrans website. You can also order cycle route maps from the Sustrans shop website.