15.4 miles
Distance
1,272 ft
Climb
-1,267 ft
Descent
646 ft
High Point

Route starts at the carpark by the Waterside Cafe in Arundel, then meanders through the town before heading towards Slindon on a series of Bridleways. From Slindon the route heads up onto the Downs to Cumber corner. From there it Downhill to the carpark at whiteways. From whiteways the route follows a Bridleway down to Houghton. From Houghton the route follows the River Arun to South Stoke.( During periods of very high tides it is best to check the tide time tables as the River often floods across the bridle way) From South Stoke you can either use the river side bridleway or use the road back to the Start point.

Detailed Description
Arundel-Bignor-Houghton is a 15 mile less popular easy route located near Arundel. This mountain bike only route can be used both directions and has a moderate overall physical rating. This route climbs 1,272 ft with a max elevation of 646 ft then descends -1,267 ft.
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  • Riding area
  • Primary Activity
    Mountain Bike
  • Difficulty rating
    Green
  • Route Type
    Loop
  • Bike type
    DH, AM, XC
  • Direction
    Both Directions
  • Physical rating
    Moderate
More Stats for Arundel-Bignor-Houghton mountain bike route
  • Altitude min
    5 ft
  • Altitude start
    10 ft
  • Altitude end
    16 ft
  • Grade max
    -13.4%
  • Grade min
    13.7%
  • Distance climb
    8 miles
  • Distance down
    6 miles
  • Distance flat
    1 mile
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