If you can forget the crowd and all the little shops on all attractions and between, you will enjoy beautiful landscapes.
The 80 mile round started as a horse/pony loop done by Forestry officers and became a popular pony trek route in the 1930's. with a string of Forest Bungalow's to stay at, a group could ride ponies for 6 hours or so each day and arrive to a prepared tea, and exit the next morning to the next stage. In... More
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