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  1. Cycling in Australia - New South Wales (Chapter)

    Cycling in Australia - New South Wales (Chapter)

    towns. Throw in rainforests and mountains and you're ready to roll. maps float through the heavenly... to the Blueys, Murray to the Mountains, Coffs & Dorrigo Circuit, Thunderbolts Way, Australian Capital Territory, Coffs Harbour, Blue Mountains, Canberra, Sydney, Towns & Facilities.... 2nd Edition, Aug 2009. 58 pages.

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  2. Cycling in Australia - Queensland (Chapter)

    Cycling in Australia - Queensland (Chapter)

    in the castaway Numinbah Valley thread between the abstract peaks of the Glass House Mountains transport... 2nd Edition, Aug 2009. 63 pages.

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  3. Cycling in Australia - Tasmania (Chapter)

    Cycling in Australia - Tasmania (Chapter)

    the Central Plateau, Tassie's West Coast, Hobart, Launceston, Cradle Mountain, Lake St Clair, Mt Field... 2nd Edition, Aug 2009. 65 pages.

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  4. Cycling in Australia - Victoria (Chapter)

    Cycling in Australia - Victoria (Chapter)

    , Supplies & Equipment, Towns & Facilities, Central Gold & Spa Country, The Grampians, The Great Ocean Road... 2nd Edition, Aug 2009. 57 pages.

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  5. Cycling in France - Alsace & Lorraine (Chapter)

    Cycling in France - Alsace & Lorraine (Chapter)

    This is the Alsace & Lorraine chapter from Lonely Planet's Cycling France guidebook. Though often spoken of as if they were one, Alsace and Lorraine are linked by little more than a border and a bloody wartime history. Charming Alsace offers pleasant touring through vineyards and gentle, forested mountains... 2nd Edition, Aug 2009. 20 pages.

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  6. Cycling in France - Languedoc-Roussillon (Chapter)

    Cycling in France - Languedoc-Roussillon (Chapter)

    This is the Languedoc-Roussillon chapter from Lonely Planet's Cycling France guidebook. Languedoc-Roussillon is a three-eyed hybrid, cobbled together in the 1980s by the merging of two historic regions. Cyclists can expect diverse and spectacular terrain spanning mountains, forests and canyons; along with some charming... 2nd Edition, Aug 2009. 33 pages.

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  7. Cycling in France - Southwest France (Chapter)

    Cycling in France - Southwest France (Chapter)

    Padirac tour the dramatically floodlit buildings and monuments of central Bordeaux, the world's largest... 2nd Edition, Aug 2009. 46 pages.

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  8. Cycling in France - The Massif <strong>Central</strong> (Chapter)

    Cycling in France - The Massif Central (Chapter)

    This is the Massif Central chapter from Lonely Planet's Cycling France guidebook. The rugged expanses of the Massif Central make this an ideal region for combining a cycling trip with other outdoor fun - mountain biking, hang-gliding and para-gliding, strenuous walks and rock climbing are all... 2nd Edition, Aug 2009. 14 pages.

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  9. Hiking in Japan - Chubu (Chapter)

    Hiking in Japan - Chubu (Chapter)

    popular hiking region, Chubu extends from Kyoto to Tokyo and features the North, Central and South regions of the Japan Alps. All 21 of Japan's 3000m-plus peaks and half of its 100 Famous Mountains are here, plus... -dake, Yatsu-Ga-Take, Aka-dake Traverse, Central Alps, Kiso-koma-ga-take & Utsugi-dake, Ontake-San, Ontake... 2nd Edition, Jul 2009. 51 pages.

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  10. Hiking in Japan - Chugoku (Chapter)

    Hiking in Japan - Chugoku (Chapter)

    This is the Chugoku chapter from Lonely Planet's Hiking in Japan guidebook. Short on mountains but big on attractions, Chugoku is a great way to come back down to earth. Stroll the beautiful Sandan-kyo gorge at Nishi-Chugoku-Sanchi Quasi-National Park. Explore Japan's largest cave system in the Akiyoshi... 2nd Edition, Jul 2009. 11 pages.

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