The Monarch's Way is a 625-mile (1,006 km) long-distance footpath in England that approximates the escape route taken by King Charles II in 1651 after being defeated in the Battle of Worcester. It runs from Worcester via Bristol and Yeovil to Shoreham, West Sussex. All of the footpath is waymarked. The waymark is yellow and shows a picture of the ship Surprise above the Prince of Wales three-point feathered crown which is superimposed on a Royal Oak tree (which is at Boscobel House) in black.

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  • The Monarch's Way is a 625-mile (1,006 km) long-distance footpath in England that approximates the escape route taken by King Charles II in 1651 after being defeated in the Battle of Worcester. It runs from Worcester via Bristol and Yeovil to Shoreham, West Sussex. All of the footpath is waymarked. The waymark is yellow and shows a picture of the ship Surprise above the Prince of Wales three-point feathered crown which is superimposed on a Royal Oak tree (which is at Boscobel House) in black. The route is shown as a series of green diamonds on the Ordnance Survey (larger scale) 1:25000 maps and of red diamonds on its 1:50000 maps. (en)
  • Le Monarch's Way (littéralement « chemin du monarque ») est un sentier de randonnée pédestre qui s'étend sur 990 kilomètres de longueur dans les collines de Mendip, en Angleterre (Royaume-Uni). Il suit étroitement la route empruntée par Charles II d'Angleterre après sa défaite à la bataille de Worcester en 1651. Les panneaux, qui balisent le sentier sur l'essentiel de son tracé, représentent le navire The Surprise, la couronne du prince de Galles et le Royal Oak à Boscobel House. (fr)
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  • Waymark on a public footpath (en)
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  • Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Staffordshire, Sussex, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Shropshire, Somerset, Devon, Wiltshire and Dorset, England. (en)
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  • Monarch's Way (en)
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  • Monarch's Way sign.JPG (en)
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  • Hiking (en)
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  • Le Monarch's Way (littéralement « chemin du monarque ») est un sentier de randonnée pédestre qui s'étend sur 990 kilomètres de longueur dans les collines de Mendip, en Angleterre (Royaume-Uni). Il suit étroitement la route empruntée par Charles II d'Angleterre après sa défaite à la bataille de Worcester en 1651. Les panneaux, qui balisent le sentier sur l'essentiel de son tracé, représentent le navire The Surprise, la couronne du prince de Galles et le Royal Oak à Boscobel House. (fr)
  • The Monarch's Way is a 625-mile (1,006 km) long-distance footpath in England that approximates the escape route taken by King Charles II in 1651 after being defeated in the Battle of Worcester. It runs from Worcester via Bristol and Yeovil to Shoreham, West Sussex. All of the footpath is waymarked. The waymark is yellow and shows a picture of the ship Surprise above the Prince of Wales three-point feathered crown which is superimposed on a Royal Oak tree (which is at Boscobel House) in black. (en)
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  • Monarch's Way (en)
  • Monarch's Way (fr)
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