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'It should be noted that there are no shorter alternatives as facilities and public transport are severely limited to the area immediately around the main A17 trunk road. This means that once o ...
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'The nature of the path is varied and is in many ways a microcosm of the mainland's coastline. It varies from expansive sandy beaches around Ryde to high, deserted clifftops in the south ... The na ...
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Please Note 'The shoreline of Kent and Sussex is not as easy to walk along as it looks. There are sandy stretches but under cliffs expect to find mostly pebbles and large, slippery ...
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'The walking is on level flat ground using public footpaths, permissive paths and country lanes. Some small sections on busy roads ... There are several areas where the route passes military ra ...
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'... When complete, the Trail will provide access for walkers, cyclists and, where practical horse riders, and all-abilities access, for the region’s residents, day visitors and tourists. Rather th ...
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The Isle of Man narrow gauge railway runs from Port Erin back to Port St Mary.


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'For most the easiest approach is to walk it in sections (sorry I'm not a purist!) and use public transport to reach start and stop-off points - all points indicated are served by buses ...'


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Several dozen descriptions/photographs captured over the last year or two.


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