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Re: Roman Road routes
by M4Simon View the latest post
Sat Oct 23, 2021 10:35
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NCN Route 78 is a cycle route up the west coast of Argyll and then through the Great Glen from Campbeltown to Inverness. The route is far from complete, with a number of problems to overcome before it is ridable throughout. It is also not particularly direct, particularly in Argyll where it deviates from the straight line significantly in order to avoid busier roads and in places steep gradients.
This cycle route starts at Campbeltown harbour, curving around the shore to
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