|Location Map ( geo)|
|Moor Green heading east|
|Via:||Weston, Moor Green|
|Distance:||21.1 km (13.1 miles)|
|Meets:||B197, C18, C19, B1037, C16, A10, C36|
|Route outline (key)|
The C14 is a long class III road in Hertfordshire. The road is very rural in character passing through several small villages but no urban centres and mainly consists sections of single track with passing places. The route is popular with cyclists and walkers, despite there being no footway there is a network of bridleways and footpaths surrounding the route and traffic is low.
For the most part, the road is bordered by hedgerows; but in the village of Moor Green the road opens out to cross a large common.
The route is interesting as the A10 Puckeridge bypass severs it, leaving an isloated section of Mentley Lane East at the far eastern end of the road. However, unlike with Mill lane (the former C39 in Watton at Stone) which was downgraded following its severing by the opening of the village bypass, this part of road was not.