Sherwood Pines to Clumber Park Route ?
Is there an off road route from Sherwood Pines to Clumber Park ?
Someone I was talking to there yesterday said that there was, but I didn’t get any details from him and was wondering if anyone knew it, or knew if was worth doing
(I like sherwood pines, before anyone tells me it’s not worth bothering with as someone always seems to 😉 )Posted 4 years agoChrisAMember
I don’t know the full route out, but from memory, get as far as the dog & duck pub, by either going under the railway bridge to side of sherwood pines or down the road, then go straight on over the road at at dog & duck, via left under the railway bridge up to the old abbey (I think!) up to peafield lane, cross peafield lane and pick up the bridleways to Sherwood Forest, through Sherwood Forest on the bridleways out through dukeries training range. This brings you out at the Netherfield Lane / A616 roundabout, which isn’t far from where you need to be.
I can’t remember the rest of the route out, but it involved crossing the road into the woods opposite and through to clumber, maybe even picking up the national cycle route but its not difficult to piece together from there or ammend the route above with the map to pick up the cycle route soonerPosted 4 years ago
re: maps – could have a look on NT website. There are a couple of map boards around the park, and there is one just where Route 6 enters the park. You may also be able to get a map from the cycle hie place.
There are some little blue numbered posts which is the cycle route which is easy hard pack paths.(although some of it is currently diverted due to forestry work).
There are some off-piste trails too that I try to string to together, but some of it has been ripped apart due to the forestry work.Posted 4 years ago
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