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As some of you have noticed, gremlins snuck into our walk-editor and made a mess of it. We fixed it, but the gremlins made a come-back and forced us to take it back offline. Please bear with us while we are chasing them away (the little critters do like...

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Gents, while I have a number of friends who love fishing, this website's focus is more about walking...
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LLyn Gadar Lon Gwyrfai covers a large river area and includes Llyn Cwellyn. This latter lake contains...
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A bit of a twist in that the walk is split with a train ride on the lovely Bluebell Railway....
A linear, half-day countryside walk in England starting at Newick, East Sussex, about 22.9km (roughly 14.2 miles) long and unsuitable for families with children, prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs. By: GaryShipp
Duration: half-day
Distance: 22.9km (14.2 miles)
Location: East Sussex, England
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