In association with British Cycling, we take a look at the best canal and river rides around. The question is, do you agree? Know somewhere worth adding to the list? Why not share it with us on Facebook?
Put together with the team from British Cycling, here are a few of the best canal and river towpath routes that, we think offer great opportunties for cycling. Whether you’re escaping the concrete jungle for a few hours or simply trying to get from A to B.
Here in the UK we’re blessed with thousands of miles of traffic-free waterways, providing a perfect environment for novice riders, families and seasoned cyclists alike.
What’s more, the largely flat routes are tailor-made for those of us who enjoy a gentle meander in the sunshine. So, what are you waiting for? Here are ten of our favourite routes to get you started...
Cycling on the towpath is a great way to get around, or just explore and find new villages, towns or places of interest. The Canal & River Trust is responsible for around 2,000 miles of towpath, and 50% of the population live within five miles of one! Joe Sammon, Canal & River Trust
Last date edited: 12 April 2017