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  1. Recreational cycle route
    GB | Recreational cycle route
    | 10.6 mi | EN
    Starts in free car park in Brynsiencyn (but could be started at Foel Farm or Anglesey Sea Zoo - while rest of family visit one of these places). A short looped route of 10 miles. Probably best done anti-clockwise....
  2. Hiking route
    GB | Hiking route
    | 7.79 mi | EN
    THE LONDON CITY VIEWS RING WALK [Nederlandse tekst onderaan] London has arisen in the Thames Delta, in the middle of a marshland barely 5 to 10 meters above sea level. One mustn’t go far to observe that...
  3. Walking route
    GB | Walking route
    | 7.96 mi | EN
    This route guides you along some unpaved roads. If you avoid a rainy day, all roads are doable. There is little (no) chance you will be seeing cars along this route. No price tags attached to these beautiful...
  4. Race cycle route
    GB | Race cycle route
    | 53.9 mi | EN
    The scenic way to Brighton from London, sunday afternoon jaunt!
  5. Recreational walking route
    GB | Recreational walking route
    | 2.02 mi | EN
    The Harborne Walkway is based on the Harborne Railway. That was a short railway branch line that connected the city centre of Birmingham, England with the outlying suburb of Harborne. The bridge that carried...

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Koen uploaded his track on RouteYou and asked to add POIs (Places of Interest) to the route. Check out the result.

Read here how you can upload a track on RouteYou and what we do with it.

You can also do that to any of your routes.

Although his route is indicated as "Dutch", we add just pictures of POIs if they have text in another language. This way, you already get a grasp of what you will see along the route. We avoid adding the texts in other languages, because that would be confusing. If you click on the "More information" you get to the POI-page and you can read the descriptions in the available languages.

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