Suffolk Cycle Map
This area map shows the National Cycle Network and local routes in this area. It covers the Suffolk area of the East of England, including Harwich and Felixstowe, Ipswich, Thetford Forest and Beccles.
Suffolk is a largely low-lying arable county of blue skies and gentle gradients that form beautiful vistas and make for wonderful cycling country. The county varies subtly from east to west changing from coastal Suffolk salt marshes, estuaries and mudflats to ancient woodlands, valleys and historic medieval settlements, to pine forest and open heathland.
This pocket-sized colour map shows clearly mapped on-road and traffic-free paths, easy to read contours, and detailed inset maps for the major towns and cities as well as recommended linking routes connecting the NCN with quiet roads. The map also features 5 day rides with directions and a description of the area, highlighting key cycle routes, local history and places of interest.
Please see our interactive map key for UK coverage of our pocket cycle map series.
Major cycle routes covered by this map:
National Route 1 (North Sea Cycle Route) between Langham and Loddon via Ipswich, Halesworth and Beccles.
National Route 13 between Bures and Thompson via Sudbury, Bury St Edmunds and Thetford.
Regional Route 30 between Brandon and Lowestoft via Thetford (and Theford Forest), Harleston and Beccles.
Regional Route 31 between Southwold and Raveningham
Regional Route 40 between Framlingham and Bungay
Regional Route 41 between Martlesham and Bruistard
Regional Route 42 between Snape and east of Walpole
Regional Route 48 between Ipswich and Raydon
National Route 51 between Bury St Edmunds and Felixstowe via Ipswich.
Suffolk Coastal Cycle Route on various routes
Published: Nov 2016
Size: 10 x 15 cm folded, 60 x 80 cm unfolded
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
- Great for trip planning
- I have found this map brilliant for planning day trips based on cycle routes (but not detailed enough to plan or navigate links between routes). Just wish it was made of a more durable material as already starting to fall apart.