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Kinyox two
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By Ken on 07 May 2021







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Impossible to avoid some road verge but this avoids the narrowest all be it short section and takes a back route from or into Yoxhall

Impossible to avoid some road verge but this avoids the narrowest all be it short section and takes a back route from or into Yoxhall


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King's Bromley
Grid Ref SK1218016814
Lat / Lon 52.74883° / -1.82099°
Easting / Northing 412,180E / 316,814N
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Grid Ref SK1420019087
Lat / Lon 52.76921° / -1.79097°
Easting / Northing 414,200E / 319,087N
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David Sanderson

31 May 2021 Spring

I started this route from Kings Bromley. The first section follows the Yoxall Road which is fast and can be quite busy but the verge is very wide and even. There are view of the River Trent to the northern side but signs remind you that the land on the other side is private. Where this route differs from Kinyox One is that rather than continuing to follow the main road it takes a footpath off to the left which takes you over the Trent and into a lane then via a series of well mowed footpaths, delivers you to the edge of Yoxall.
I was perfectly happy with this part of the route until this point. Kinyox Two, having crossed a local park, then takes a footpath that goes around the main part of Yoxall. It ascends, crosses two stiles and then descends through a graveyard, then a churchyard direct to the Yoxall meeting point, bypassing a shop (which I needed) and a pub. I’ve fixed this issue with Kinyox Three. In summary Kinyox Two is a good, mainly clear and pleasant route. I’d take a point off for missing the only possible shop of the route but I have no problem with recommending it as an option. If you prefer to minimise pavement use, it’s the route for you.

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