Saturday, 25 May 2019

Category: Travelling

The Blackdown

The Blackdown

“Best 100 mile bike routes” Сhris Sidwells The Blackdown The Blackdown call it the BBQ for short, is a lovely ride over striking hills and through spectacular valleys. You even catch a glimpse of the sea. It starts in Taunton and the first of the day’s long climbs begins as you leave town. The road wriggles […]

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Exmoor

Exmoor

“Best 100 mile bike routes” Chris Sidwells Exmoor Exmoor. This is an amazing ride, and it’s an amazing achievement to complete it. The scenery is stunning, from enchanting rivers to spectacular sea views and wild open moorland. There’s even one section across what amounts to a cliff face that feels like rock climbing on a […]

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Bay of Fires

Bay of Fires

“Top Walks in Tasmania” Melanie Ball Bay of Fires Bay of Fires. White beaches, blue water and orange granite give this easy beach walk a visual punch, making it a walk unlike any other in Tasmania. Walk. Bay of Fires 8.5–22km return (walk as long as you like!) Time required. Bay of Fires Between 3 […]

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Moon Valley Rim

Moon Valley Rim

“Top Walks in Tasmania” Melanie Ball Moon Valley Rim   Moon Valley Rim – an unlikely pairing of tin mining history and sweeping views make for a lovely few hours in the state’s northeast high country. Moon Valley Rim. A wide-angle view awaits at the top of Mt Poimena Walk. Moon Valley Rim 4.5km loop Time […]

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Mount William

Mount William (Wukalina)

“Top Walks in Tasmania” Melanie Ball Mount William (Wukalina)   Mount William. Coastal plains, wildlife and wonderful views from an easy ‘mountain’ top make for a wonderful day out in Tasmania’s far north-east.  Mount William. It’s not much of a climb but the view from Mount William is panoramic. Walk. 13.5km out-and-back Time required 4–5 hours […]

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