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  1. Cycle route
    GB | Cycle route
    | 83.2 mi | EN
    Easier than day 2, especially after reaching Jedburgh. Don't miss Scott's View, Smallholm Tower and Hume Castle. Duns is a grand little town.
  2. Recreational walking route
    GB | Recreational walking route
    | 6.74 mi | EN
    [Dutch text below] The Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is a unique, wild hilly area in the west of England, 309 square miles large. It lies on the border with Wales and has peaks up to 507 m. In the Long Mynd, in the heart of this...
  3. Hiking route
    GB | Hiking route
    | 5.6 mi | EN
    Part of the famous South West Coast Path (SWCP) bringing you from Portscatho to St.Athony.
  4. Recreational cycle route
    GB | Recreational cycle route
    | 49 mi | EN
    Start beneath the magnificent keep of Richmond Castle, head over the top of Clapgate to Reeth, then up Arkengarthdale to the highest pub in England, The Tan Hill Inn. Retrace steps to Whaw and ride over the Stang, before taking the beautiful little winding...
  5. Cycle route
    GB | Cycle route
    | 125 mi | EN
    I did this route by mistake, when I failed to unfold a paper map properly. Really a bit long now I am older and work spending a couple of days on. Could be split at Inchnamdamph or Lochinver. Breakdown Road is ferocious, but the ride over from Lochinver,...
  6. Hiking route
    GB | Hiking route
    | 9.29 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)...

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