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  1. Recreational cycle route
    GB | Recreational cycle route
    | 31.7 mi | EN
    This route takes you along he Glenelly Valley to the mountains which might contain the 7th biggest gold mine of the world.
  2. Hiking route
    GB | Hiking route
    | 65.6 mi | EN
    This part of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path takes you from St. Davids to St. Dogmaels. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path also often called the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, is a designated National Trail in Pembrokeshire, southwest Wales. It was established in...
  3. Hiking route
    GB | Hiking route
    | 5.51 mi | EN
    This part of the Essex Way takes you through the nature area Dedham Vale. Dedham Vale is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Essex-Suffolk border in east England. The Essex Way is a waymarked long-distance footpath 81 miles (130 km)...
  4. Hiking route
    GB | Hiking route
    | 4.72 mi | EN
    Hike over the famous Golden Cap along the cliffs of Charmouth, known for their fossils of the Jurassic.
  5. Hiking route
    GB | Hiking route
    | 34.5 mi | EN
    Part of the Pennine Way through the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Although not the United Kingdom's longest National Trail , the Pennine Way is according to the Ramblers' Association "one of Britain's best known and toughest". The Pennine Way is a National...
  6. Recreational cycle route
    GB | Recreational cycle route
    | 17.6 mi | EN
    Cycling route along two major places linked to the author Agatha Christie.

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