There are three routes altogether, suitable for riders, off-road cyclists and walkers. They can be combined to create longer routes. They provide an excellent opportunity to discover rural North Bedfordshire.
Two routes (Green and Red routes) start from the College Equestrian Centre, Keysoe, on Church Road, off of the B660. The third (Blue route) starts from the Chequers, High Street, Yelden. From Bedford, take the Kimbolton Road, B660 to Pertenhall, then take the road to Swineshead and carry on through the village until you reach Yelden. From the west of the county, take the A6 north from Bedford and just before you reach Rushden, take a right hand turn through Newton Bromswold to Yelden.
There is parking at the College Equestrian Centre, and on the High Street, Yelden. Please park thoughtfully.
The routes are all circular. Two routes start and finish at the College Equestrian Centre, Keysoe, the third from the Chequers, Yelden
Length: 11 miles (17.5 km)
These routes have been produced by Hidden Britain.