A progressive independent commercial business, created by Act of Parliament. Our portfolio includes the whole of Regent Street and much of St James’s in London’s West End, prime regional shopping centres, Windsor Great Park, rural land and coastline, and the UK’s seabed.
Windsor Great Park is on National Cycle Route Network 4.
More information about this Cycle Route can be found on Sustrans.
For a safe and enjoyable visit for everyone, we ask that you follow our cycling guidelines below.
Always cycle slowly, considerately and two metres apart
Only cycle on metalled roads
Cycles and scooters are not permitted in The Deer Park with the exception of pre-school aged children (under 5 years)
Cycles and scooters are also not permitted on The Long Walk, ridden or otherwise
Be aware that, during certain events, parts of the Park can become extremely busy. On major event days, especially those focused on Smith’s Lawn and Guard’s Polo Club, there can be considerable vehicle movements. Roads are also shared with Estate or Park resident vehicles, pedestrians and horse riders. Please take extra care at all times
Closure of the south side of Virginia Water Lake to cyclists
The Great Park has seen a significant increase in the number of visitors over the past year.
Our utmost priority is for the safety of our staff and visitors. We also want to ensure that everyone has an enjoyable visit, and is able to do so, together.
Many of our regular cyclists will already appreciate that the south side of Virginia Water Lake, can become very busy with walkers, runners, dogs on and off leads, all trying to share what is a narrow path around the Lake.
The only cyclists that will be permitted on the south side of Virginia Water Lake will be pre-school aged children (under 5 years).
E-scooters, Hover boards and One-wheels
The Great Park is an operational Estate as well as a place for residents and our staff. Please be aware that authorised vehicles do move within the Park. All other forms of motorised transport are not permitted within the Park. Examples include:
Off-road cycling is not permitted anywhere in the Great Park. For steep gradients, big air jumps and fast-paced trail cycling, head to the lively paths of Swinley Forest. To find out more about this area, which is around 20 minutes by car from the main Park, please visit Swinley Forest and mountain biking.
Useful information to help make your visit informative and enjoyable.