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National Cycle Route 1 (or NCR 1) is a route of the National Cycle Network, running from Dover to Shetland. Contents 1 Route 1.1 Dover to Canterbury 1.2 Canterbury to Sittingbourne 1.3 Sittingbourne to the Isle of Dogs 1.4 Isle of Dogs to Colchester 1.5 Colchester to Norwich 1.6 Norwich to Lincoln 1.7 Lincoln to John o' Groats 1.8 John o' Groats to the Shetland Islands 2 See also Route Dover to Canterbury Dover | Deal | Sandwich | Canterbury Links with NCR 2, Regional route 16, and Regional route 17 in Dover. Leaves Dover passing Dover Castle. South Foreland Lighthouse is visible from the route. Mostly traffic-free along the east coast from Kingsdown to Deal, passing Walmer Castle and Deal Castle. Follows toll road (free to cyclists) through the Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club to the town of Sandwich. In Sandwich the route links with Regional route 15. Shortly after leaving Sandwich the route passes Richborough Castle, then follows quiet country roads between some of Kent's orchards. The route passes through the villages of Westmarsh, Elmstone, Preston. The route the passes through the town of Fordwich, then traffic-free into the city of Canterbury. At Canterbury the route links with Regional route 16 again, and with NCR 18. Canterbury to Sittingbourne Canterbury | Whitstable | Faversham | Sittingbourne From Canterbury the route follows the traffic-free Crab and Winkle Way (which part-follows the route of the former Canterbury and Whitstable Railway) to Whitstable. The route then heads West across Graveney Marsh, through the village of Graveney to the town of Faversham. Following Faversham the route passes between more orchards then through the village of Conyer and beside Swale Marina towards the town of Sittingbourne. In Sittingbourne the route mainly follows cycle paths and shared-use footpaths beside the road. Sittingbourne to the Isle of Dogs Sittingbourne | Rochester | Gravesend | Dartford | Isle of Dogs The route leaves Sittingbourne via a bridge over the A249 dual-carriageway.A spur of NCR 1 heads North through the village of Iwade and on to Minster and Sheerness on the Isle of Sheppey. The main route heads West towards the village of Newington, and from there on to Rainham in the Medway towns. At Lower Rainham the route heads into Riverside Country Park and follows traffic-free paths beside the River Medway. It then joins a cycle path beside the main road, before joining a quiet path again beside the river at The Strand. Following The Strand the route once again joins a cycle path beside the main road, heading towards Chatham Historic Dockyard. Following the NCR 1 through Rochester the route uses a cycle lane in the road. It then links with NCR 17 towards Maidstone before crossing the Medway using a cycle path beside the road on a bridge into Strood. Rochester Castle is accessible via a short cycle along NCR 17 The route then heads to Upper Upnor using a mixture of quiet roads, footpaths, and cycle paths. It passes Upnor Castle here. At the turning on to the A228 and just arriving in the village of Higham there are links to Regional route 18 (The Heron Trail) on the Hoo Peninsula. On the approach to Gravesend the route runs beside the Thames and Medway Canal. Isle of Dogs to Colchester Stratford | Cheshunt | Harlow | Chelmsford | Witham | Maldon Links with the proposed cycle route NCR 13 at Chelmsford, the proposed NCR 16 route at Witham. It also connects with NCR 51 heading east at Colchester for access to Harwich International Port and the Regional route 41 coastal route via Felixstowe. This section requires expansion. Colchester to Norwich Colchester | Ipswich | Woodbridge | Framlingham | Halesworth | Beccles | Norwich From Colchester take NCR 51 to Harwich International Port or continue to Ipswich along minor roads. Note that (as of December 2007) the route is being changed, and part is still unsigned. The old route passes to the north of Ipswich, the new route comes into the centre of the town and along the Waterfront. From Ipswich take the NCR 51 west towards Cambridge, or NCR 51 east for Felixstowe and then either to Harwich and the Harwich International Port via a foot ferry or north using RCR 41 via Bawdsey Ferry (summer only) into Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to connect back up with NCR 1 further north. As NCR1 (the new route) leaves Ipswich it passes along a good off-road cycle route through the Grange Farm area and out to Woodbridge along minor roads. This section requires expansion. Norwich to Lincoln Norwich | Fakenham | King's Lynn | Wisbech | Holbeach | Boston | Lincoln Links with NCR 13 near Fakenham for access south to Thetford and with NCR 11 near King's Lynn for access to Ely and Cambridge This section requires expansion. Lincoln to John o' Groats Lincoln | John o' Groats This section requires expansion. John o' Groats to the Shetland Islands John o' Groats | Orkney Islands | Shetland Islands Links to Norway to continue the North Sea Cycle Route See also North Sea Cycle Route This section requires expansion. v · d · eSustrans' National Cycle Network Main routes: 1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · 6 · 7 · 8 · 9 Other routes: 11 · 12 · 13 · 14 · 15 · 16 · 17 · 18 · 20 · 21 · 22 · 23 · 24 · 25 · 26 · 27 · 28 · 32 · 33 · 41 · 42 · 43 · 44 · 45 · 46 · 47 · 48 · 50 · 51 · 52 · 53 · 54 · 55 · 56 · 57 · 61 · 62 · 63 · 64 · 65 · 66 · 67 · 68 · 69 · 71 · 72 · 73 · 74 · 75 · 76 · 77 · 78 · 79 · 81 · 82 · 83 · 84 · 85 · 88 · 91 · 92 · 93 · 94 · 95 · 96