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Timwoods commented on walk Along the river Fal
Just to note, that most walks along the Cornish coastline are a little bit longer than our info suggests...
Castle Crag Route commented on walk Castle Crag and Dalton's Cave
Hello Carfreewalks, thank you for supplying such a good rout! I have tried twice, to find Cave and have...
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This shortish walk from Penryn to Falmouth follows the northern side of the river Fal, with a short ferry ride to finish....
A linear, stroll-(1-2-hours) riverside walk in England starting at Penryn, Cornwall, about 5.3km (roughly 3.3 miles) long and suitable for families with children, but unsuitable for prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: An anonymous walker
Duration: stroll-(1-2-hours)
Distance: 5.3km (3.3 miles)
Location: Cornwall, England
Rating: (1 vote)
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Familiar ground was modified
During six years living in Brighton, the South Downs doubled as my backyard: peaceful hikes around Telscombe and Castle Hill; regular jaunts over to Lewes; taking visitors to Arundel and the Seven Sisters.And many, many weekends spent hunting for lost DofE groups anywhere from Washington to Beachy Head.

In the last two weeks

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Timwoods commented on walk A walk from New Radnor
Thanks Nigel, that's sad news. I guess the nearest pub now is the Harp Inn in Old Radnor, about 35km...
Tim Woods commented on walk Niton to St Lawrence to Whitwell
Sadly it looks like the pub is now closed: wwwiwcpcouk/news/news/whitelioninnitoncloses93734aspx...
Timwoods commented on walk Niton to St Lawrence to Whitwell
Thanks Spike, we've corrected that now (waypoint 9 as well)....
Timwoods commented on walk A coastal classic - Scarborough to Filey
Hi Sam, You can check the gradients on the elevation profile, near the top of this page. There are...
Nigel commented on walk A walk from New Radnor
Unfortunately the pub is now closed...
Walks
This route starts and ends at Ogmore-by-Sea on the South Wales coast....
A circular, full-day coast walk in Wales starting at Ogmore-by-sea, Vale of Glamorgan, about 13.5km (roughly 8.4 miles) long and unsuitable for families with children, prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: Timwoods
Duration: full-day
Distance: 13.5km (8.4 miles)
Location: Vale of Glamorgan, Wales
Rating: (1 vote)
This walk passes one of England's most evocative coastal sights - Dunstanburgh castle, which dominates this fabulous stretch of coastline....
A linear, full-day coast walk in England starting at Craster, Northumberland, about 13.9km (roughly 8.6 miles) long and suitable for families with children, but unsuitable for prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: An anonymous walker
Duration: full-day
Distance: 13.9km (8.6 miles)
Location: Northumberland, England
Rating: (1 vote)

In the last three weeks

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Spike commented on walk Niton to St Lawrence to Whitwell
Waypoint 2. I believe this should read: the White Lion pub....

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emma commented on walk Castle Cary to Bruton
We missed the pedestrian crossing at point 2, completley could not see this. so ended up walking some...
Samuel commented on walk A coastal classic - Scarborough to Filey
Does this walk have a lot of gradients and is it mostly Cliff top pathway Thanks Sam...
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