If you are thinking about what to do with your Easter holiday and fancy a cycling adventure then why not thinking about a little travelling and heading somewhere new for some cycling fun? Some of our ideas are closer to home and some will cover foreign climbs but all beautiful, scenic options for you to choose from. We have made it obvious their difficulty level and their length so that you can make an educated decision as to where you wish to go.
Destination Easter Cycle
The Pennine Bridleway, England
Derbyshire to Cumbria
10 mile loop cycle
Takes on average 3.5 hours
Alhama Rambler, Granada, Spain
Between Granada and Malaga
31 miles PER DAY for 7 days
Hard cycle and stamina needed to continue this for a week
Verdon Gorge, France
8.5 miles long
Moderate to difficult depending on fitness
Takes around 2.5 hours
Lom Loop, Norway
Jotunheimen National Park
18 miles long
Moderate in difficulty
The majority of routes here are achievable in one day
Cycle Dubois to Grand Teton National Park
55 miles long
Difficult, with gruelling, steep climbs
Apparently 5.5 hours
Cycle and Explore for Yourself this Spring
Discover Croatia’s coastline by cycling 40 miles per day over an 8 day period
Cape Breton Island, Canada
With both mountains and ocean scenes taken care of on this cycling trip, it may be beautiful but you must be fit as this is not to be rather a challenging route, but one of the best in the world.
The birth place of the Olympic games but not necessarily known for its cycling. It’s not always ideal conditions but if you’re up for a challenge…
One of the worlds most beautiful natural wonders, the Dolomites are home to cycling tourists from all over the world. You most definitely need to be fit to take on this expedition but the views will not disappoint…believe me!
South Downs Way, England
If you want to stay a little closer to home or the funds wont allow you to leave home this Spring, there’s no need to be disappoint as there is a beautiful option in our own country! With over 100 miles of car free countryside between Winchester and Eastbourne, you can discover every possible landscape here and test yourself to the extreme if that’s what takes your fancy or you could go for a more relaxed approach if you are cycling with children.
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