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Evening Ride 03 of 2017 to Crammond

Page history last edited by Jim cameron 4 years, 5 months ago

 

Third Evening ride,  to Crammind, and speciufically a novle attempt to spot the ice cream van

 

 Thursday, May 11, 2017 6:46 PM BST
Distance: 13.0 miles
Duration: 1 hours, 50 minutes, and 51 seconds
Minimum Elevation: 173 feet
Maximum Elevation: 486 feet
Total climb: 875 feet
Total descent: 918 feet


Link to Map https://drive.google.com/open?id=1lYv7Oq5Rx0dXyyeSsXEK93DpdT0&usp=sharing

 

 

 

 

10deg Hazy sun  10mphEasterly wind (it felt cold) 

 

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Eight stalwart evening riders set off from Akva. We speculated that numbers might be down because of the nice weather. After all, it can't have been the intense birthday celebrations the night before.

 

Alan took us straight down Fountainbridge to Gibson Terrace, then turned left onto the canal. A neat way of dodging the canal works.  Then down Harrisson Park and Harrison road, Crossing Gorgie Road and into Russell road, where we ascended the zigzags took up the rather pleasant Roseburn and Granton Access paths to Silverknowes, past the golf course and down to the proms.

 

A nice slow run Westwards along the prom took us, past some free range dogs, to the ice cream van location.    A wee spin back down the prom found us at the Waterfront estate, and the red bridge, where a few spun off, we exited Roseburh path via Balbirnie Place and Haymarket Yards.  Three were then left to clumb up the bumps to Fountainbridge, and landed in the pub of the same name for an istonic restorative.

 

Lead: Alan S  Photos: None  Trace: Jim  Text: Jim

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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