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  1. Race cycle route
    US | Race cycle route
    | 35.7 mi | EN
    The General James A. Van Fleet State Trail is a rail trail in Florida, named after General James A. Van Fleet, who was a distinguished combat commander in both World Wars and the Korean War. The complete trail occupies a 29.2-mile (47.0 km) abandoned portion of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad's Florida Western and Northern corridor through Central Florida's Green Swamp area. It goes from here in Mabel to Polk City in the south. The entire 29.2-mile (47.0 km) length of the trail is paved approximately...
  2. Hiking route
    US | Hiking route
    | 16.6 mi | EN
    Long hike along the Hoh River Trail. It gets you just near the Blue Glacier at the end. Beware! This track is one way. You still have to come back! The Hoh River Trail also gets you to the most quiet place of the US: "One Square Inch of Silence".
  3. Recreational walking route
    US | Recreational walking route
    | 5.27 mi | EN
    This walk is a great introduction to New Haven and the places linked to Yale University. It also leads you along the famous Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, containing many peculiar books such as the Voynich manuscript.
  4. Inline skating route
    US | Inline skating route
    | 35.7 mi | EN
    Although most of the time used as cycling route, these trails are also perfect for inline skating. The General James A. Van Fleet State Trail is a rail trail in Florida, named after General James A. Van Fleet, who was a distinguished combat commander...
  5. Recreational cycle route
    US | Recreational cycle route
    | 44.7 mi | EN
    The Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park is a linear regional park in Northern Virginia. The park's primary feature is the Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Trail (abbreviated as W&OD Trail), an asphalt-surfaced paved rail trail...
  6. Recreational cycle route
    US | Recreational cycle route
    | 5.27 mi | EN
    This short recreational bicycle route takes you to the bridge connected to the legend of the Pope Lick Monster. It follows the Louisville Loop. You can park the car at the Beckley Creek Park top start your route.

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