The ride is 28 miles long, Grade C, starting from outside Hooton railway station and takes around six hours in total.
Click on the following links if you would like to see the route on Komoot: Ride from Hooton to Chester Racecourse or on Garmin Connect: Hooton to Chester Racecourse (they are both free to use).
Lunch is on the seats in the Groves next to the River Dee in Chester. The cafe there serves take-away food only, so people can either buy something at the cafe or bring their own sandwiches and a drink. There are public toilets at the Groves. The route gets to Chester via Rivacre Park, Little Stanney and Upton-by-Chester stopping for a ‘banana’ break by the elephants at Chester Zoo (you can often see them from the path); and returns via the cycle track around Chester Racecourse, then through Blacon, Saughall, Capenhurst and back to Hooton.
28 miles, Grade C
Created by John Hampson