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The John Muir Way is a 215-kilometre (130 mi) continuous long distance route in southern Scotland, running from Helensburgh, Argyll and Bute in the west to Dunbar, East Lothian in the east. It is named in honour of the Scottish conservationist John Muir, who was born in Dunbar in 1838 and became a founder of the United States National Park Service. The route provides a coast-to-coast route across Scotland, linking Muir's birthplace with Scotland's first national park, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs, and Helensburgh, from where he left Scotland for the United States. It is suitable for walkers and cyclists although some sections are on rougher terrain and may not be suitable for road bicycles.

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  • The John Muir Way is a 215-kilometre (130 mi) continuous long distance route in southern Scotland, running from Helensburgh, Argyll and Bute in the west to Dunbar, East Lothian in the east. It is named in honour of the Scottish conservationist John Muir, who was born in Dunbar in 1838 and became a founder of the United States National Park Service. The route provides a coast-to-coast route across Scotland, linking Muir's birthplace with Scotland's first national park, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs, and Helensburgh, from where he left Scotland for the United States. It is suitable for walkers and cyclists although some sections are on rougher terrain and may not be suitable for road bicycles.
  • Il John Muir Way è un tracciato ciclopedonale britannico a lunga percorrenza (long distance route di 134 mi (216 km nella Scozia meridionale.Va in direzione est-ovest da Dunbar a Helensburgh.Il percorso è intitolato all'ambientalista scozzese John Muir, nato a Dunbar nel 1838, che fu tra i fondatori dello . Il tracciato è evidenziato da una segnaletica con un logo di colore bruno-violetto. Il percorso incrocia a Falkirk , la più grande scultura a soggetto equino esistente al mondo. Il quotidiano britannico The Independent proclamò il John Muir Way la sua Walk of the Month per il febbraio 2014.
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