Moving time  2 сата 17 минуте

Вријеме  3 сата 40 минуте

Број тачака  2021

Uploaded 18.08.2018.

Recorded август 2018

53 m
17 m
11,81 km

Погледана 44 пут(a), скинута са сервера 4 пут(a)

близу  Stow Bedon, England (United Kingdom)

A pingo, also called a hydrolaccolith, is a mound of earth-covered ice found in the Arctic. The term originated as the Inuvialuktun word for a small hill. The word pingo is also used for ponds formed by the melting of ice at the end of the last glaciation. This pleasant circular walk takes us around some old pingo holes in the Breckland area of Norfolk, UK. You also get a chance to see some long-horned cattle and a selection of water birds and birds of prey.

The trail follows part of Peddars Way, an old Roman road and the route of the disused Thetford-Swaffham railway line.
View from path
The footprint of our ancestors Familiar as our own faces Remote as fossils Written on clay And washed away Over and over Over and over
Walk along the route of the old Thetford-Swaffham railway line.


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