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Official Route

Avenue Verte London ↔︎ Paris

802 km Mapped distance
unknown Ascent
unknown Descent

The Avenue Verte/Greenway is a joint Anglo-French initiative assisted by Europe, to develop a largely traffic-free route between Paris and London (via the Dieppe – Newhaven ferry) for cyclists, walkers and horse riders. A route was put in place in time for the 2012 London Olympic Games. The route is not yet finalised and several sections are noted on the Avenue Verte website as being temporary.

More information on Wikipedia

Sections
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Avenue Verte London ↔ Paris, part UK

Morden, England, United Kingdom
287km
Official
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Avenue Verte London ↔ Paris, tronçon France

Rouxmesnil-Bouteilles, Normandy, France
258km

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