Walk of Mon 04 Jul 2016 14:37:08 CEST

Technical sheet
No. 293010
A Keynsham walk posted on 04/07/16 by Walking Britain. Update : 23/09/16
Calculated time Calculated time: 5h25[?]
Distance Distance : 11.11mi
Vertical gain Vertical gain : 381ft
Vertical drop Vertical drop : 364ft
Highest point Highest point : 400ft
Lowest point Lowest point : 49ft
Average Difficulty : Average
Back to starting point Back to starting point : No
Walking Walking
Location Location : Keynsham
Starting point Starting point : N 51.414195° / W 2.495756°
Arrival Arrival : N 51.380561° / W 2.369019°
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Waypoints :
D : mi 0 - alt. 52ft
1 : mi 2.53 - alt. 75ft
2 : mi 3.68 - alt. 144ft
3 : mi 4.75 - alt. 390ft
4 : mi 5.49 - alt. 325ft
5 : mi 5.91 - alt. 259ft
6 : mi 7.03 - alt. 223ft
7 : mi 7.59 - alt. 190ft
8 : mi 8.36 - alt. 217ft
9 : mi 9.19 - alt. 49ft
A : mi 11.11 - alt. 59ft

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