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  1. 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.
  2. 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 the railway over Park Hill road has survived,...
  3. Hiking route
    GB | Hiking route
    | 197 mi | EN
    The Southern Upland Way is a 212-mile (341 km) coast-to-coast walk in Scotland between Portpatrick in the west, and Cockburnspath in the east. It opened in 1984.The path visits Castle Kennedy, New Luce, Bargrennan, St John's Town of Dalry, Sanquhar, Wanlockhead,...
  4. Cycle route
    GB | Cycle route
    | 8.93 mi | EN
    2015 UK's favorite NCN route under 30 miles. More info on http://www.sustrans.org.uk/ncn/map/route/monsal-trail
  5. Hiking route
    GB | Hiking route
    | 7.63 mi | EN
    Part of the Essex Way between Epping and Ongar. The Essex Way is a waymarked long-distance footpath 81 miles (130 km) long, along footpaths and roads in Essex, England. The trail starts in Epping in the southwest, crosses Dedham Vale and Constable country...
  6. 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...

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The North Coast 500 route is Scotland’s answer to Route 66. This 500 mile coastal route spans the north coast of the Highlands taking in the best bits of this glorious region. The route starts in the northern city of Inverness, then weaves along the west coast to Applecross and then northwards towards the bustling towns of Torridon and Ullapool. From there, you’ll venture to some of the most northerly coastal points in Scotland, passing by Caithness and John o’ Groats before heading south again through Dingwall and finally back to Inverness.

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