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Hundreds of miles of Redways and Leisure Routes to explore

Milton Keynes has one of the best cycling networks in the UK, known as the Redways, as well as miles of leisure routes through green spaces. Below are a variety of cycle routes options. We’ll be adding maps and gps download files over the coming months to make it easy for you to find your way.

Redway Map

The Redway Map was updated in 2018 and shows all of the MK Redways, Redway Super Routes and Leisure Routes as well as other quiet roads and lanes that are suitable for cycling. Residents will be receiving a map in through their letterbox during May 2018. We’ll add a pdf version to the website soon.

Our interactive map shows all of the cycle paths in MK and the journey planner can help you to plan a route from A to B.

Heritage Trails and Millennium Route

Milton Keynes has an exsiting, waymarked route called the Millennium Route. It is 12 miles long and uses quiet and picturesque paths to visit some of the cities best heritage and cultural destinations. The route can be seen on the interactive map by selecting it from the menu.

There are also four other existing Heritage Trails with associated leaflets to follow which cover a range of distancs and travel further afield. We’ll add the maps soon, along with all new routes to follow. Check back throughout the summer to keep up to date.

National Cycle Network

The National Cycle Network now passes within one mile of half the UK population and it continues to grow with just over 12,000 miles of routes and links in the UK.

Two National Cycle Routes pass through Milton Keynes – NCR 6 and NCR 51. Both can be seen on the interactive map. Visit the Sustrans website to view the entire NCN network.

Plan your journey

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Redway reporting
Help us keep the Redways in tip-top condition. Report any problems including potholes, faulty lighting, obstructions and overhanging trees.