The routes of the England North-South Cycle Route and London-Land’s End Cycle Route are also be available in a Route App for your mobile. Route sections are outlined below:

1. Cycling from Dover to London
2. Cycling from Harwich to London
3. Cycling from London to Dover or Stonehenge
4. Cycling via Bath, Bristol and Cheddar to Taunton
5. Cycling via Exmoor and Devon: from Taunton to Plymouth
6. Cycling in Cornwall: from Bude to Land’s End
7. Cycling from Berwick-upon-Tweed to Newcastle with the North Sea Cycle Route
8. Cycling from Newcastle to Whitby with the North Sea Cycle Route
9. Cycling from Whitby to York or Hull with the North Sea Cycle Route
10. Cycling from York (or Hull) to the Peak District National Park
11. Cycling from the Peak District National Park to Warwick
12. Cycling from Warwick to Avebury via Oxford
13. Cycling from Avebury to Portsmouth via the Isle of Wight

More routes will become available in 2025, when we also intend to publish our new England-Wales-Ireland Cycle Route guidebook. The route sections of this new book will also become available in the Route App. We have already included those in the overview map above.

The routes in the Route App contain similar information as our ‘guidebooks with GPS-tracks’-offer. The facility listings of the guidebooks are also available in the Route App, with full contact details. The Route App also features full contact details of all visitor attractions. Sights along the way as mentioned in the books, are incorporated in the Route App with markers. The Route App can be used independently, but for more context and information we always recommend using the guidebooks as well.

So, why the Route App? It is all about convenience: navigating is just very simple and easy to use. It’s like a digital cycling guide on your phone, but with the route displayed on a clear interactive map. The Route App is really meant to be ‘by cyclists for cyclists’. You are able to rate the selected facilities on the way and can read how other cyclists have rated these, helping you with your choices on where to sleep, where to eat and what to see on the way. Last but not least, you will always have the up-to-date information on your finger tips.

The Dutch tour operator, publisher and cycling holiday book shop ‘Fietsvakantiewinkel‘ is the publisher of the Route App. Although we are involved in the provision of content, the publication of our routes in their Route App is part of their jurisdiction.

The Route App is free to download via:

Download in the Apple App-Store 

Download in the Google Play Store 

After downloading, you can purchase routes for 4,99 euro per route section as displayed above.

Note the Route App is in Dutch language. Our friends of Via Gaia (Norway Cycle Routes) have written an English language guide on how to install the Route App and how to purchase routes, also explaining the interface: English language instructions Via Gaia.