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2,800 mile England coastal trail

sillydoll

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CONDE NAST TRAVELLER - And you thought the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela in Spain was long? Conde Nast Traveller’s November edition in England had a story saying UK authorities are planning a “round England” coastal trail - estimated cost about 49.5million euro. Right now, only about 70 per cent of England’s coast is open to the public. Plans call for adding about 1,250 miles of coastline to the program, for a whopping total of 2,800 miles. Even if you walked five miles an hour for 10 hours a day it would take you almost two months to make the trek.

a la Paul Theroux and The Kingdom by the Sea!
 
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.... and, with the annual erosion of 1.5m of coastline in some parts, they would have to ensure that the path is a few miles from the coast. (The Holderness coastline in East Yorkshire is the fastest eroding coastline in Europe losing 1.5m of caostline each year.)
 

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