Pitdun one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Pitstone and Dunstable.

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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Pitstone and Dunstable.

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Grid Ref SP9353215704
Lat / Lon 51.83214° / -0.64402°
Easting / Northing 493,532E / 215,704N
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Grid Ref TL0185621886
Lat / Lon 51.88625° / -0.52145°
Easting / Northing 501,856E / 221,886N
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Pitdun One's land is

Arable 46.1%
Pasture 18.2%
Urban 35.7%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018



07 Sep 2023 Summer

This is a relatively wide and flat route. There are good views of Ivinghoe Beacon for much of the route. The surfaces are mostly good and hold up well in winter, although the path between Ivinghoe Aston and Ivinghoe can get muddy and tends to form puddles in wet weather. Most of the route is barrier free although there are some gates between Totternhoe and Eaton Bray and between Ivinghoe and Pitstone. This is a route that I use on a regular basis.

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