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  1. Amble

    A useful stopping off point
    Photo: C Percy 05-03-06 ©Newcastle City Council
  2. Avalanche alert!

    Coast Alive! has part funded a new and exciting initiative to create a web based avalanche alert service initially in the region of More and Romsdal.
    Avalanche alert tracking
  3. Banff

    The Royal Burgh of Banff and the burgh of Macduff are twin burghs in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
  4. Bicycle rental in the Stavanger-region

    <p>The Stavanger-Region offers great nature trails and cycle paths, but for tourists visiting the region, there has been almost impossible to find a bicycle for rental. This problem has finally the tourist information and the Rogaland Fylkeskommune done something about.
  5. Burwick

    The last rest stop in Orkney is Burwick, and the town is also your link to mainland Scotland, as this is where you can catch the ferry to John O' Groats.
  6. Charged for the route

    An active lifestyle is good for your health. Cycling is good for you. It is a daily exercise that most people are aible to do. But sometimes people just need a small push in the right direction. That is what the electrical bike can do for you. The electrical bike is good to enhance mobility , improve your health and is good for the environment. Users cycle faster, more and longer distances.
  7. Cromarty

    Cromarty lies on the very tip of the Black Isle a day's ride south from Tain.
  8. Enjoy coastal paths in Kragerø

    Rent a cabin and have a nice holiday.
  9. Free Trade PH

    Pub with best view in England
    Photo: C Percy 22-06-05 © Newcastle City Council
    Photo: Colin Percy 13-02-05 © Colin Percy
  10. Gateshead Millennium Bridge

    Ways of getting across the Tyne #3

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