Hill Farm Ride at Cranfield

Introduction

This short permissive bridleway can be found half way between Cranfield and Roxhill. It allows for longer walks or rides to be taken, whilst avoiding roads. The route is on a wide grass strip in the field. Other strips have been established to benefit wildlife. Access End Date 30.09 2011

How To Get There By Passenger Transport

 

How To Get There By Car

From Cranfield take the Bedford Road/Marston Hill or from the A421 roundabout at Marston take Beancroft Road signposted to Cranfield.
There is very little parking available near the site. On road parking is available in Cranfield.

Start/Finish Point 

The site can be accessed from Marston Hill Road, or from the existing rights of way network.

Access and General Information

Length: 5 miles (8 km)
Time:

Access Information:


Access and General Information:
Surface Types: You will walk across surfaces of grass or uncultivated earth paths with no ruts.
Linear Gradient: There is one long stretch with a linear gradient of steeper than 1:6 leading to the Hill Farm public bridleway and farm track.
Cross Falls: None recorded.
Width Restriction: There are no restrictions less than 1000mm.
Steps: None recorded.
Barriers: None recorded.
Refreshments: None recorded.
Public Toilets: None recorded.
Picnic Tables: None recorded.
Seats: None recorded.

Route Description

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