Avenue Verte

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Avenue Verte is a cycle route that was created for the London 2012 Olympics. It runs from the London Eye, next to Waterloo, to Notre Dame in Paris. It crosses the Channel on the Newhaven - Dieppe ferry. The French care a lot more, with the route being well signed.

Most of the route in England is part of the NCN network, however from Westminster to Wimbledon, local routes are used, including CSH8. In Central London, NCN4 is used. From Wimbledon to Reigate, NCN20. From Reigate to Crawley the route is a multiplex of NCN20 and NCN21. Avenue Verte takes the latter from Crawley to Polegate, and then NCN2 to Newhaven.

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Avenue Verte
CrossingsLambeth Bridge
PlacesCentral London • Crawley • East Grinstead • Eastbourne • Gatwick Airport • Hailsham • London • Newhaven • Redhill • Westminster • Wimbledon
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Cycle route sign (C) Stephen Craven - Geograph - 3230943.jpg
EuroVelo
In Britain/IrelandEuroVelo 1 (Atlantic Coast Route) • EuroVelo 2 (Capitals Route) • EuroVelo 5 (Via Romea Francigena) • EuroVelo 12 (North Sea Circuit) • Avenue Verte
Other RoutesEuroVelo 3 (Pilgrims Route) • EuroVelo 4 (Central Europe Route) • EuroVelo 6 (Atlantic - Black Sea) • EuroVelo 7 (Sun Route) • EuroVelo 8 (Mediterranean Route) • EuroVelo 9 (Baltic) • EuroVelo 10 (Baltic Sea Circuit) • EuroVelo 11 (East Europe Route) • EuroVelo 13 (Iron Curtain Trail) • EuroVelo 15 (Rhine Route)