Three Shires Way

'Besides horseriders, the route is open to walkers and pedal cyclists. It is a rural route, much of it on clay, and will be muddy at certain times of the year, so make sure that you're wearing appropriate clothing and footwear ... The bridleway is clearly signposted and waymarked with the Three Shires Way logo.'

Distance (miles)
Longer distance range
Starting from
Tathall End, South East England, Milton Keynes

'The route traces the outlines of ancient trackways and passes through a beautiful rural landscape. Along the way it skirts several small, historic villages, meanders through remnants of ancient woodland, and has many spectacular views. In Buckinghamshire the ride links up with Swan's Way, which is 65 miles long and also a long distance bridleway.'

See also

The Three Shires Way [GPS Cycling & Walking Routes]