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Planning Your Route - Ideal

On one of your enlarged maps, identify a potential route of just over 1km in length along your river/canal. The route must include the six-figure grid reference point somewhere along it - ideally it should be in the mid-point of your route.

To plan your route, look at the map and identify where there are public footpaths and rights of way as these will be safest at night and generally present fewer obstacles.


Make a note of any sections where you will need to enter privately owned land.

In the map on the right the proposed route has been selected because:

  • It is a roughly 1km route passing through the allocated grid ref (red)
  • The North bank has a continuous footpath next to the river (green dotted line)

 

 

 

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