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The UK has opened a 1,300 km cycle trail linking England and Scotland

Participants cycle across Southwark Bridge as they take part in the annual Tweed Run across London, Britain May 4, 2019. REUTERS/Simon Dawson - RC1943FB27E0

Passing through some of the finest scenery in the UK, the Great North trail showcases the beauty of iconic sites such as the Peak District and Loch Ness Image: REUTERS/Simon Dawson - RC1943FB27E0

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The trail runs from the Peak District in England to Cape Wrath or John O’Groats in Scotland.
Image: Cycling UK
The majority of the route is off-road, taking in moorland, canal paths and four national parks.
Image: Cycling UK
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