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  • n. Plural form of bridleway.


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  • David Bulman helps me over a stile above Kirkstone Pass, just as he assists others among the 14 million visitors a year to Lakeland traverse a swath of cycleways, bridleways and footpaths.

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  • In intricate black-and-white the map revealed Britain's south-easterly corner as a mesh of bridleways, brooks and field boundaries.

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  • There are also miles of walking routes, bridleways your horse is welcome to stay at the campsite, too, and an option to release your inner monkey up in the forest's canopy, swinging along the high wires and rope ladders of Go Ape.

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  • There are boatloads of opportunities for campers to immerse themselves in outdoor activities – either on the water in kayaks, canoes, dinghies, and whizzing about on water skis; or around the water's edge with walks, cycling and bridleways.

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  • Martyn Sowerbutts, now retired after a career in computers, and his wife Cherry like to walk their dogs, Scrumpy and Enzo, along the bridleways and old drovers' roads, many of which would disappear under the foundations of the new housing estates.

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  • We meandered along bridleways through woods and meadows, past tiny Llanstephan church with its 13th-century nave, and across the rushing Wye river on a wooden suspension bridge to Llanerchcoedlan Farm, near Llyswen, home of the Phillips family.

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  • Live there for a while and discover the network of footpaths, bridleways and cycle paths that make it possible to leave the car at home and walk, run or cycle to where you want to go.

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  • With more footpaths and bridleways on farmland making the countryside more accessible than ever and more landowners and farmers changing the use of their land to encourage more people into rural areas, make this summer the one when parents and children explore what is on offer and enjoy the great outdoors

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  • There are plenty of parks/bridleways and other places they can run in without disrupting everyone else.

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  • In countless other ways, dolphins and whales could be said to have their ancient history written all over and through them, like vestiges of Roman roads drawn out in dead straight cart tracks and bridleways across the map of England.



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