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  1. 'Vestlandske Hovedveg' - an old and demanding road!

    <P>The road 'Vestlandske Hovedveg' is a beautiful part of the North Sea Cycle Route in Rogaland - but it is also the most demanding section. The path follows a straight line without any consideration for the steep hills!</P>
  2. "Bike it" gets people cycling

    "Bike it" was the delivery of a mass cycle ride that aimed to raise awareness and promote health and exercise by inviting groups, schools and individuals to participate. It was open to all ages, abilities and backgrounds and delivered under the guidance of the National Park Authority utilising the Coast Alive Project with the support of partner organisations and local businesses.
    Young cyclists enjoy a bike ride led by Simon Bassindale the Senior Ranger
    Group of cylists on old railway path
    Local schools join in the "Bike it" event
  3. "Black sun" over the marshes

    From <EM>Sea&nbsp;&amp; Sky</EM>, no. 6. 2001. Copyright: Turistgruppen Vestjylland.
  4. A feast of moors, floral seas and fruit

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    ©Tourismusverband Landkreis Stade/ Elbe e.V.
    ©Tourismusverband Landkreis Stade/ Elbe e.V.
    ©Tourismusverband Landkreis Stade/ Elbe e.V.
  5. Abeline - the widow at the receiver of wrecks' farm in Haurvig

    From Sea &amp; Sky, no. 6, 2001. Copyright: Turistgruppen Vestjylland
  6. Aberdeen

    With its sparkling granite buildings, Aberdeen has one of Scotland's most enchanting skylines, while the old town has a magical air of time gone by. A fantastic range of first class restaurants and a vibrant nightlife combined with a thriving cultural calendar and shops galore, all help make Scotland?s third largest city well worth the trip.
  7. Aberdeenshire

    High hills and long glens, castles, fishing villages, rugged coastline, quiet rural roads - so many features which are really only a backdrop for a wide range of things to do. This is Aberdeenshire.
  8. Agriculture behind the dunes and dikes

    Despite the fact that the Netherlands belong to the most densely populated countries in the world, two-thirds of the land are still used for agricultural means. The Netherlands is flat, the soil is fertile and it rains regularly: good conditions for rational agriculture and high yields. Agriculture is important for the economy, but for the cyclist it is especially important that the Dutch landscape would look quite different and in many ways less attractive without the agriculture. For example, think about the tulip fields, the piebald cows and the green meadows with the wide ditches, in which the Dutch cloudy skies are reflected at their best.
  9. Alnwick Castle and The Alnwick Garden

    Northumberland's biggest draws
    © Colin Percy
    © Colin Percy
    © Colin Percy
  10. Altnaharra

    Altnaharra lies in remote country approximately mid way between Lairg and Tongue and on the main road between them. This makes it an ideal rest stop between your last stop in Tongue and the next destination in Lairg.

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