Cycle maps

There are over 100km of traffic-free cycle routes in the borough. Download our cycle map and start exploring.

Interactive map

If you want to find out more about the places you can visit on the cycle network, or if you want a digital map to take with you on a smartphone, check out our interactive map.

Circular routes

Our circular routes are designed to be easily achievable for most ages and abilities, and are signed to help you along the way. Why not have a go, and you may discover a path or park that you never knew was there!

These are suitable for the whole family. They are mainly on traffic free, shared use footways and cycleways with a couple of sections on quiet roads.

Stickers have been placed at regular intervals, but we recommend taking a copy of the map just in case.

Colour coded corridors

Some key sections of the cycle network benefit from colour coded signage to make them easier to follow (see maps listed below in the File Downloads section).

Swinley Forest mountain biking trails

Swinley Forest is an area of the Windsor Estate between Bracknell and Bagshot to the west of the A322. Owned and managed by The Crown Estate, it comprises 1000 hectares of mainly Scots Pine woodland.

Three cycle trails in line with the International Mountain Bike Association industry standards are available for you to enjoy in Swinley Forest.

The green, blue and red cycle routes all begin from The Look Out Discovery Centre and provide a range of challenges for families cycling for fun to highly skilled riders.

More information about the cycle trails can be found on the Windsor Great Park website.