E2, European Long Distance Footpath :: Shared Description

The E2 European long distance path or E2 path is a 4850km long-distance footpath that runs from Galway in Ireland to France's Mediterranean coast, via Scotland, England, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and France. It is one of the network of European long-distance paths.
The Irish section of the route is not yet open.
In Scotland the route starts from Stranraer and uses the Southern Upland Way and St. Cuthbert's Way.
In England the route uses the Pennine Way, the Gritstone Trail, the Staffordshire Way, the Heart of England Way, the Oxfordshire Way, the Oxford Canal, the Thames Path, the Wey South Path and the North Downs Way to Dover.

by N Chadwick
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TL5053 : Roman Road by N Chadwick
TQ0152 : Clay Lane Bridge by N Chadwick
TQ0457 : E2 long Distance Path by N Chadwick
TQ0558 : ELDR2 by the Wey Navigation by N Chadwick
TQ0457 : E2 long Distance Path by N Chadwick
TL5152 : Autumn, Roman Road by N Chadwick
TQ0152 : E2 Path by the River Wey by N Chadwick
TL5053 : Autumnal colours, Roman Road by N Chadwick
SU9951 : Willow by the Wey Navigation by N Chadwick
NW9955 : Coastal Interpretation Centre - Port Kale (3) by The Carlisle Kid
TL4954 : Roman Road by N Chadwick
TL4559 : Three routes in one by N Chadwick
TL4954 : E2 long distance path by N Chadwick
TL5053 : Roman Road by N Chadwick
TQ0153 : Walking the E2 Path by N Chadwick
TL4659 : Riverside, River Cam by N Chadwick
TQ0051 : E2 Path by the Wey by N Chadwick
TL4954 : Worts' Causeway by N Chadwick
TL4954 : E2 long distance path by N Chadwick
TL4457 : E2 footpath goes under Fen Causeway by N Chadwick
NW9954 : BT radio complex - Portpatrick (2) by The Carlisle Kid
TL5054 : Roman Road by N Chadwick
TL5053 : Roman Road by N Chadwick
TL5152 : Roman Road by N Chadwick
TL5252 : Roman Road by N Chadwick

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Created: Wed, 23 Nov 2011, Updated: Wed, 23 Nov 2011

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