The Sika Trail is an easy undulating 7 mile ride through the sandy pinewoods and heathland of Wareham Forest. Its southern point links to the Northport Greenway thereby providing a safe, off-road route from the town of Wareham to the forest. The trail follows tracked routes through the forest and heath. It is generally flat with a couple of inclines, and is suitable for cyclists of all ages and abilities. Simply follow the numbered posts around the route.
Sika Cycle Trail can be started from Sika Trail in Wareham Forest which is part of Dorset Woodlands. Wareham is the nearest town or village. Take the Bere Regis road from Wareham. Travel for about 1 mile, as you leave the outskirts of Wareham look for the sign to the Sika Trail Car Park on the right-hand side. Trail starts from the car park. The Sika Cycle Trail can also be accessed from Northport at the northern end of Wareham.
Please note: Distance is calculated as air distance or "as the crow flies" the most direct route between two points, so the distance by road maybe slightly longer.
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