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Is this route good enough? - No (1)
Problems reported - Access (1)
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Keith Greenwood22 Jun 2023
This is a very unsuitable route from Askern to Snaith, Once the route leaves the road near Askern, the footpaths between there and Fenwick are very poorly maintained. Then the route from Fenwick to Balne again uses poor footpaths. Likewise from Balne to Pollington. The Pollington to Snaith section is good using tracks and the Trans Pennine Trail. I can only give this ONE STAR.
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