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National Cycle Route 5

national cycle route 51, national cycle route 55
National Cycle Route 5 or NCR 5 is a route of the National Cycle Network, running from Reading to Holyhead

Contents

  • 1 Route
    • 11 Reading to Birmingham
    • 12 Birmingham to Chester
    • 13 Chester to Holyhead
  • 2 External links

Routeedit

Reading to Birminghamedit

Didcot | Abingdon-on-Thames | Radley | Oxford | Banbury | Stratford upon Avon | Redditch | Bromsgrove

Birmingham to Chesteredit

Lower Quinton | Stoke on Trent

Approaching the Welsh border

The route has a junction with National Cycle Route 56 north of Chester Zoo

Chester to Holyheadedit

Chester | Conwy | Bangor | Menai Bridge | Holyhead

The track leaves Chester and England on the Northern bank of the River Dee Crossing into Wales, the high quality track crosses the Dee at the side of Hawarden Bridge and then enters the town of Shotton At this stage the National Cycle Route heads inland and follows a series of quiet roads Unfortunately the road surfaces are sometimes poor and gradients steep There are plans to create a better quality route following the coast

At Talacre the coastal route improves again It passes through a large caravan site and golf course en route to Prestatyn From Prestatyn westwards the route hugs the coast and in many places one is just a few metres from the sea

The path continues through Rhyl where it crosses the River Clwyd and then to Kinmel Bay, Pensarn, Llanddulas, Colwyn Bay and Llandudno The Llandudno promenade, although not on the official route, is a much better route than the official line which was created before the promenade was opened to cyclists after a long campaign

The path was much improved West of Conwy in September 2012 by the creation of a traffic free cycle path which now bypasses a particularly dangerous stretch of the A55 Heading further west, the path is highly engineered around the Penmaenmawr area before following quiet lanes into Bangor

It crosses with road traffic the Menai Suspension Bridge and terminates in Holyhead Much of the road across Anglesey follows country lanes rather than dedicated bike tracks

External linksedit

  • Sustrans Route 5

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