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Aroa River (Venezuela)

The Aroa River is a river in northwestern Venezuela. It runs parallel and west of the Yaracuy River. The Aroa River empties into the Caribbean Sea. The river drains part of Lara-Falcon dry forests Ecoregion. In the 16th century it was known that ...

                                               

Caño Manamo

The Caño Manamo is a distributary of the Orinoco River. It branches northwards from the main channel of the Orinoco to delimit the western edge of the Orinoco Delta, ultimately emptying into the Gulf of Paria. Tucupita, the capital of Delta Amacu ...

                                               

Carrao River

Carrao River is a river of Venezuela. It is part of the Orinoco River basin. It is well known for one of its major tributaries, the Churun River, which feeds Angel Falls, the worlds highest waterfall. Another major tributary is the Ahonda River. ...

                                               

Cojedes River

The Cojedes River is a tributary of the Orinoco River in central Venezuela. The Cojedes originates in Lara state, and flows southeast through a gap between the Cordillera de Merida and the Cordillera de la Costa and across the Llanos grasslands o ...

                                               

Manzanares River (South America)

The source of the Manzanares is at the 2.200 metres 7.200 ft high Turimiquire Range in Sucre State. The river flows roughly northwards for about 80 km 50 mi by the city of Cumanacoa. Finally it flows by Cumana into the Cariaco Gulf of the Caribbean.

                                               

Quinimari River

The Quinimari River is a river in northwestern Venezuela. Quinimari river rises in Tama array. It drains the southern slope of the Tachira depression. It is located in the municipality of Cordova in the state of Tachira, Venezuela. He joins the T ...

                                               

Unare River

The Unare River is a river of Venezuela. It drains into the Caribbean Sea. In the 17th century the Dutch had a fort at the mouth of the river. It was constructed to protect their salt collection in the area. The other Dutch fort ever to stand on ...

                                               

Ventuari River

The Ventuari River is the largest tributary of the Orinoco in southern Venezuela. The Ventuari flows from south-central Venezuela in the Guiana Highlands southwest into the Orinoco River. It is 520 km long and its major tributary is the Manapiare ...

                                               

Cataraqui Trail

The Cataraqui Trail is a 104-km Rails-to-Trails multi-use linear recreational trail in Eastern Ontario, Canada. The route passes by farmland, woods, lakes, and wetlands. The trail begins southwest of Smiths Falls, at a parking lot south of Ontari ...

                                               

Cypher Systems Group Greenway

The Cypher Systems Group Greenway is a 23.9-kilometre trail along a former CN Rail spur line in the town of Essex, Ontario, Canada. As of May 2013, the trail extends from Sadlers Park in Essex towards Amherstburg. CN Rail had donated this spur li ...

                                               

Galloping Goose Regional Trail

The Galloping Goose Regional Trail is a 55-kilometre trail between Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, and the ghost town of Leechtown, north of Sooke, where it meets the old Sooke Flowline. The trail forms part of the Trans-Canada Trail, and int ...

                                               

Grand Valley Trail

The Grand Valley Trail is 275 km long Canadian hiking route and runs from Rock Point Provincial Park on Lake Erie which is south of Dunnville to Alton not far from Orangeville where it links by a side trail to the Bruce Trail. It is managed by th ...

                                               

Hamilton–Brantford–Cambridge Trails

The Hamilton–Brantford–Cambridge Trails are a network of multi-use interurban recreational rail trails connecting several municipalities in Southern Ontario, Canada. The trails are part of the Southern Ontario Loop of the Trans Canada Trail. From ...

                                               

Iron Horse Trail, Ontario

The Iron Horse Trail is a multi-use urban trail which connects the cities of Waterloo and Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. It runs from Park Street in the north near Uptown Waterloo to Queen Street in Kitchener to the south. It covers a distance of 5. ...

                                               

Lochside Regional Trail

The Lochside Regional Trail is a 29-kilometre trail that runs from the Swartz Bay Ferry Terminal to Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. The trail is a popular route both for commuting and recreation. It is frequented by people walking, running, c ...

                                               

Parc Lineaire Le Ptit Train du Nord

The Parc Lineaire Le Ptit Train du Nord is a multi-use recreational trail located in Quebec through the Riviere du Nord valley. It originally was a railway track operated by Canadian Pacific Railway which operated it at a continuous financial los ...

                                               

Prescott and Russell Recreational Trail

The Prescott-Russell Recreational Trail is a 72-km long trail in Prescott-Russell, Ontario, Canada, maintained by the county of Prescott-Russell. The trail begins in the village of Saint-Eugene and goes to the eastern boundary of the City of Otta ...

                                               

Spur Line Trail

The Spur Line Trail is a multi-use urban trail which connects the cities of Waterloo and Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. Its northern trailhead is at the point where the CN Waterloo Spur crosses Laurel Creek, it connects to the Laurel Trail there, an ...

                                               

Vancouver Island Spine Trail

Vancouver Island "Spine" is developing from a concept whereby a 700 kilometer hiking trail will be created from the southern tip of Vancouver Island running from Victoria up to the top of the island at Cape Scott Provincial Park. The trail will b ...

                                               

Wascana Trails

The Wascana Trails are a series of interconnected hiking and mountain biking trails in Canada, offering 15 km of marked trails. They are located 8 km northwest of Regina, Saskatchewan in a deep ravine carrying a tributary of the QuAppelle River. ...

                                               

Wildside (hiking trail)

The Ahousaht Wildside Heritage Trail is a hiking trail on Flores Island, British Columbia, Canada in Ahousaht Traditional Territories that connects the town of Ahousat, the village of Marktosis, to several beaches and wild forest and is 11 km lon ...

                                               

Chiltern Way

The Chiltern Way is a waymarked long-distance footpath in southern England in the United Kingdom. It was created by the Chiltern Society as a millennium project.

                                               

Cross Britain Way

The Cross Britain Way is a hiking trail of 280 miles across England and Wales. Its starting point is Boston on the east coast of England and it finishes in Barmouth on the Welsh coast. It was launched in September 2014 and is one of the Macmillan ...

                                               

Five Pits Trail

The Five Pits Trail is a trail in Derbyshire, England. It consists of a network of surfaced walkways for recreational use. The approximately 5.5-mile-long trail links Grassmoor to Tibshelf. The Trail can be extended to 7.5 miles by continuing alo ...

                                               

Goyt Way

The Goyt Way is a 10-mile walking route from Etherow Country Park, Greater Manchester, to Whaley Bridge, Derbyshire, following the valley of the River Goyt. It is part of the longer Midshires Way, which in turn is part of the E2 European long-dis ...

                                               

Grafton Way (footpath)

The Grafton Way is a 13-mile footpath in Northamptonshire, England. It runs south east from Greens Norton to Cosgrove, where it meets the Knightley Way. It is named after the Dukes of Grafton, major land-owners in the area in the 18th and 19th ce ...

                                               

Hangers Way

Hangers Way is a 21-mile-long-distance footpath through Hampshire, England from Alton railway station to Queen Elizabeth Country Park. The name hanger comes from the old English word hangra, ie very wooded slope. The footpath passes through Peter ...

                                               

Hedebo Greenway

The Hedebo Greenway is an under-construction footpath and cycleway which will run from Roskilde Fjord at Roskilde to the Bay of Koge in the western and southern part of metropolitan Copenhagen, Denmark. The total length is 21.7 kilometres. "In He ...

                                               

Jubilee Greenway

The Jubilee Greenway is a walking and cycling route in London, England. It was completed in 2012 to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II. The 60 kilometres route of continuous paths links 2012 Olympic and Paralympic venues with parks, waterwa ...

                                               

Landsker Borderlands Trail

The Landsker Borderlands Trail is a waymarked long distance footpath in the United Kingdom running through Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire in West Wales. The route is circular.

                                               

Limestone Link

The Limestone Link is a 36 miles long-distance footpath in England, from the Mendip Hills in Somerset to Cold Ashton in Gloucestershire. It is marked by an ammonite waymarker. Section Mendip starts between Churchill and Rowberrow, near sandy beac ...

                                               

Midshires Way

The Midshires Way is a long-distance footpath and bridleway that runs for 230 miles from the Chiltern Hills from near Bledlow in Buckinghamshire, through the Midlands counties of Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, t ...

                                               

Monmouthshire Way

The Monmouthshire Way is a circular long-distance footpath of 116 miles that explores the historic county of Monmouth. Short sections of the route trespass into the neighbouring counties of Gloucester, Hereford and Brecon. It was designed by the ...

                                               

Rochdale Way

The Rochdale Way is a circular 45-mile walking route around the Metropolitan Borough of Rochdale in Greater Manchester, which takes in the best scenery and interesting buildings of the area. Covers the following areas: Watergrove Reservoir. (Wate ...

                                               

Saint Illtyds Walk

Saint Illtyd’s Walk is a 103km / 64 mile long waymarked long distance footpath in South Wales running from Pembrey Country Park west of Burry Port through rural eastern Carmarthenshire and Neath Port Talbot to end at Margam Country Park south of ...

                                               

South Cheshire Way

The South Cheshire Way is a 32-mile long-distance footpath running east–west mainly through Cheshire, England, though parts lie in Shropshire and Staffordshire. The western section from Grindley Brook, near Whitchurch, runs through farmland, the ...

                                               

St Begas Way

St Begas Way is a 36-mile walk through rural West Cumbria and the north west corner of the English Lake District. It is usually completed as a leisure walk over 3 days, but has also been used as the basis of a single day competitive Ultramarathon ...

                                               

Sussex Border Path

The Sussex Border Path is a long-distance footpath around the borders of Sussex, a historic county and former medieval kingdom in southern England. The main path is 222 km long and stays close to Sussexs borders with Hampshire, Surrey and Kent, c ...

                                               

Tour of the Lake District

Tour of the Lake District is a 93-mile walking route through the English Lake District. It is not waymarked, but is recognised by the Long Distance Walkers Association, and by several commercial companies which offer packaged walking holidays ove ...

                                               

The White Rose Way

The White Rose Way is a 104 miles walking trail in England from Leeds, West Yorkshire to Scarborough, North Yorkshire. It was created in 2011 by local author Paul Brown. The walk starts at the foot of the Black Prince Statue in City Square with t ...

                                               

Agassiz Recreational Trail

Agassiz Recreational Trail is a 53-mile multi-use trail in northwest Minnesota, USA, between Crookston and Ulen. Hiking, bicycling, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and ATV riding are allowed on the naturally surfaced trail. T ...

                                               

Allegheny Trail

The Allegheny Trail is a 330-mile hiking trail that passes through the Allegheny Mountains in West Virginia, United States. It is the longest named trail in the state excepting the Appalachian Trail, 4 miles of which traverses the state at Harper ...

                                               

Arizona Trail

The Arizona National Scenic Trail is a National Scenic Trail from Mexico to Utah that traverses the whole north–south length of the U.S. state of Arizona. The trail begins at the Coronado National Memorial near the US–Mexico border and moves nort ...

                                               

Arkaquah Trail

The Arkaquah Trail is a hiking trail that has been designated as a National Recreation Trail in Georgia. The trail is 5.5 miles long and is located in the Chattahoochee National Forest in the Brasstown Ranger District. The trail is managed by the ...

                                               

Auburndale TECO Trail

The Auburndale TECO Trail is a 6.5-mile multi-use path in Auburndale, Florida, United States. The southern terminus of the trail is at Denton Avenue, just east of Berkley Road and directly south of the Lake Myrtle Sports Complex. At the northern ...

                                               

Beamer Trail

The trail begins at the end of the Tanner Trail, at the confluence of Tanner Creek and the Colorado River. This confluence created the Unkar Creek Rapids. From here the trail follows the Colorado north upstream to its confluence with the Little C ...

                                               

Benton MacKaye Trail

The Benton MacKaye Trail or BMT is a footpath nearly 300 miles in length in the Appalachian Mountains in the southeastern United States and is blazed by a white diamond, 5″ across by 7″ tall. The hiking trail was created and is maintained by the ...

                                               

Berry Creek Trail

The Berry Creek Trail is a 12-mile long hiking trail in the far northern region of Grand Teton National Park in the U.S. state of Wyoming. The trail begins at the National Park Service patrol cabin north of Wilcox Point on Jackson Lake and extend ...

                                               

Bethesda Trolley Trail

The Bethesda Trolley Trail, at one time known as the North Bethesda Trail, is a 5.9-mile long trail from Bouic Avenue next to the Twinbrook Metro Station in the city of Rockville to Battery Lane Park in Bethesda, Maryland. The trail passes mostly ...

                                               

Big Rivers Regional Trail

Big Rivers Regional Trail is a paved 4.5-mile trail that overlooks the confluence of the Minnesota and Mississippi Rivers along the northern edge of Dakota County, Minnesota, United States. It runs between the cities of Eagan and Lilydale. The tr ...

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