Hampshire South Off Road Cycle Trails
The New Forest is a fantastic place for cycling with miles and miles of traffic free off-road tracks leading you right into the heart of the forest with few hills to worry about, so come and discover it for yourself.
There are 6 off road trails within the forest:
Brockenhurst - This 10.5 mile easy cycle trail is within the New Forest National Park and follows Forestry Commission signed cycle tracks.
Fordingbridge - A 21 mile long tough, technical route north of the New Forest which circles the village of Rockbourne with its famous Roman villa.
Fritham - Slightly shorter at 17 miles, but still rated as strenuous, this cycle trail is within the New Forest National Park and follows Forestry Commission off-road cycle tracks and narrow roads.
Hawkhill Inclosure - 10.5 miles long, this easy cycle trail is within the New Forest National Park and follows Forestry Commission signed cycle tracks.
Lepe - An easy-going, 9 mile trail on the lanes and rights of way surrounding Lepe and Blackfield on the edge of the New Forest.
Lymington Station - 14 miles long, this moderate difficulty trail takes you from the heart of Lymington along roads out in to the New Forest following rights of way with views out to the Solent.
Cycling is allowed on public roads, byways open to all traffic, public bridleways, restricted bridleways, and dedicated cycle routes. You are not permitted to ride over the Open Forest, or on Forestry Commission tracks which are not dedicated cycle routes. Cycling on public footpaths is also not permitted.
Horse riding is also permitted on public roads, byways open to all traffic, public bridleways, and dedicated horse riding routes.
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|Open (1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2019)|
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