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Morris, Manitoba

Morris is a small town in the Pembina Valley region of Manitoba, Canada, located 51 km south of Winnipeg and 42 km north of Emerson. Morris is home to 1.885 people. Named after Alexander Morris, the second Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba. Highway ...

                                               

Roland, Manitoba

Roland is a village of about 300 people in the Pembina Valley Region of Manitoba, Canada, located in the Rural Municipality of Roland, about 16 km north of Winkler. Juno nominated international childrens musicians, LuLu and the TomCat, make their ...

                                               

Council for European Palestinian Relations

The Council for European Palestinian Relations is a not-for-profit organisation which advocates for Palestinians rights in Europe. The organisation was banned in December 2013 from Israel by Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon, saying the organization ...

                                               

Grampian Alliance League

The Grampian Alliance League was a small rugby union competition participated in by clubs in the Grampian region. Together with the Highland Alliance League, it was one of the few remaining leagues not part of the Scottish rugby union system, and ...

                                               

Ladder Hills

The Ladder Hills are a range of hills in northeast Scotland which straddle the border between Aberdeenshire and Moray and form a part of the Grampian Mountains. The highest point of the range is Càrn Mor at 804 metres which is classed as a Corbet ...

                                               

Grampian Mountains

The Grampian Mountains are one of the three major mountain ranges in Scotland, occupying a considerable portion of the Scottish Highlands in northern Scotland. The other major mountain ranges in Scotland are the Northwest Highlands and the Southe ...

                                               

Denbighshire

Denbighshire is a county in north-east Wales, whose borders differ from the historic county of the same name. It is the part of Wales known to have been inhabited longest – Pontnewydd Palaeolithic site has Neanderthal remains of 225.000 years ago ...

                                               

North Wales (National Assembly for Wales electoral region)

North Wales is an electoral region of the National Assembly for Wales, consisting of nine constituencies. The region elects thirteen members, nine directly elected constituency members and four additional members. The electoral region was first u ...

                                               

Yetholm

Yetholm is the parish that contained the villages of Kirk Yetholm and Town Yetholm in the east of the former county of Roxburghshire, nowadays in the Scottish Borders.

                                               

Swansea Bay (region)

The Swansea Bay area of Wales is located north of the sea area of Swansea Bay. The term Swansea Bay is used by the Welsh Assembly Government for policy planning purposes as well as by a number of other organisations. The boundaries of Swansea Bay ...

                                               

Xplore Dundee

Xplore Dundee is a bus operator based in Dundee, Scotland operating services mainly within Dundee City. It is a subsidiary of National Express.

                                               

Aberfoyle, Stirling

Aberfoyle is a village in the historic county and registration county of Perthshire and the council area of Stirling, Scotland. The settlement lies 27 miles northwest of Glasgow. Aberfoyle parish takes its name from this village, and the populati ...

                                               

Loch Achray

Loch Achray is a small freshwater loch 11 km west of Callander in Stirling district, Scotland. The Loch lies between Loch Katrine and Loch Venachar in the heart of the Trossachs national Park and has an average depth of 11 meters 36 feet.

                                               

Beinn an Fhogharaidh

Beinn an Fhogharaidh is a mountain ridge, 616 metres high, in the southern Scottish Highlands near the village of Aberfoyle in Stirling council area, Scotland.

                                               

Ben Aan

Ben Aan is situated in the Trossachs area of the highlands north of Glasgow, rising above Loch Katrine and Loch Achray. The summit area is largely treeless and comprises several rock outcrops and crags, its highest point being a rounded summit 46 ...

                                               

Ben Venue

Ben Venue is a mountain in the Trossachs area of Scotland. The name Ben Venue is derived from the Scottish Gaelic words meaning "the miniature mountain". The summit lies approximately 2 kilometres south-west of the pier at the southern end of Loc ...

                                               

Brig o Turk

Brig o Turk has a rare 1930s wooden tea room, which featured in the 1959 remake of The 39 Steps. Brig o Turk also features a village hall which hosts many craft fairs, dances and other events, a small primary school Trossachs Primary of 1875 serv ...

                                               

Callander

Callander is a small town in the council area of Stirling, Scotland, situated on the River Teith. The town is located in the historic county of Perthshire and is a popular tourist stop to and from the Highlands. The city is the "Eastern gate" to ...

                                               

Loch Drunkie

Loch Drunkie is a small freshwater loch in the Trossachs near Aberfoyle in the Stirling council area, Scotland.

                                               

Great Trossachs Path

The Great Trossachs Path is a 48 km long distance footpath through the Trossachs, in the Stirling council area of Scotland. It runs between Callander in the east and Inversnaid on the banks of Loch Lomond in the west, passing along the northern s ...

                                               

Strathgartney

Loch Katrine is a freshwater loch and scenic attraction in the Trossachs area of the Scottish Highlands. It is within the historic county and registration county of Perthshire and the district of Stirling. The loch is 13 kilometres long and 1 kil ...

                                               

Kinlochard

Kinlochard is a village in Stirling, Scotland. It lies to the western end of Loch Ard. Children in Kinlochard attend Aberfoyle Primary School and eventually McLaren High School. There is a newly renovated country club, opened in April 2011 and is ...

                                               

Lake of Menteith

Lake of Menteith, also known as Loch Inchmahome, is a loch in Scotland located on the Carse of Stirling, the flood plain of the upper reaches of the rivers Forth and Teith, upstream of Stirling.

                                               

Loch Ard

The name of the loch comes from àird, the Scottish Gaelic word for a promontory, headland, height, ultimately from àrd meaning high. The loch is approximately 4 by 2 km 2.5 by 1.2 mi in size and runs east-west along a sheltered glen. It is someti ...

                                               

Loch Dubh, Loch Ard Forest

Loch Dubh nestles in a wooded valley called Gleann Dubh at a height of about 140 metres above sea level. It is 4 kilometres east of Scotlands most popular Munro, Ben Lomond 974 m, one kilometre south of Beinn Dubh 508 m, 1½ kilometres northeast o ...

                                               

Milton, Stirling

Milton is a hamlet in Stirling, Scotland near Aberfoyle situated above the River Forth. In 1961 it had a population of 98. Most pupils attend Aberfoyle Primary School. Older pupils usually attend McLaren High School, Callander. The derelict Milto ...

                                               

Loch Venachar

The lake is situated between Callander and Brig o Turk. It lies approximately 82 metres above sea level, and is 6 kilometres 3.7 mi long) with a maximum depth of approximately 33 metres. Black waste water from Loch Achray into the Western end of ...

                                               

List of Wilderness Areas in the Adirondack Park

This is a list of designated wilderness areas within the Adirondack Park in the Adirondack Mountains, and part of the New York Forest Preserve. Wilderness area account for 46% of the area of the park which is not private property. They are manage ...

                                               

Ampersand Mountain

Ampersand Mountain is a 3.352 ft mountain in Franklin County in the northeastern Adirondacks, west of the High Peaks in New York State. The trail up the mountain begins on New York State Route 3 8.1 miles southwest of the village of Saranac Lake, ...

                                               

Ausable River (New York)

The Ausable River, also known as AuSable River and originally written as Au Sable ", runs in the U.S. state of New York, from the Adirondack Mountains and past the village of Lake Placid and Au Sable Forks to empty into Lake Champlain. It has an ...

                                               

Black River (New York)

The Black River is a 125-mile-long blackwater river that empties into the eastern end of Lake Ontario on the shore of Jefferson County, New York in the United States. The origin of the name is not clear, but it may stem from the natural tannic ac ...

                                               

Blue Mountain (New York)

Blue Mountain is a peak in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State in the United States. Located east of Blue Mountain Lake, Hamilton County, the peak reaches a height of 3750 ft/1143m. For hiking, the elevation gain is 1.559 feet and the trai ...

                                               

Blue Mountain Lake (New York)

Blue Mountain Lake is a 1.334-acre lake in Hamilton County in the central Adirondacks, Blue Mountain Lake is the eastern end of the Eckford chain of lakes. The hamlet of Blue Mountain Lake lies on its southeastern shore and the Adirondack Museum ...

                                               

Boquet River

The Boquet River is a small river in upstate New York, United States. The river flows into Lake Champlain at the east border of the Town of Willsboro in Essex County. River chocolate is located 40 miles 64 kilometers. Its source is in the Adirond ...

                                               

Brant Lake, New York

Brant Lake is a hamlet in the town of Horicon in Warren County, New York, United States. It is located approximately halfway between Albany to the south and Plattsburgh to the north.

                                               

Brighton, Franklin County, New York

Brighton is a town in Franklin County, New York, United States. The population was 1.435 at the 2010 census. It was named after Brighton, England, by early surveyors in the region. The city is located in the southern part of the County and within ...

                                               

Cedar River (New York)

The Cedar River is a 38.5-mile-long river in the central Adirondacks, in Hamilton County, New York. It rises at the outlet of Cedar Lake in the Town of Arietta and flows northeast into the Town of Lake Pleasant, where it passes through the Cedar ...

                                               

East Canada Creek

East Canada Creek is a 34.6-mile-long river in upstate New York, United States. It is a tributary of the Mohawk River and flows southward from New Yorks Adirondack Park. The name "Canada" may be derived from the St. Lawrence Iroquoian word Kanata ...

                                               

East Lake George, New York

East Lake George is a hamlet within the towns of Queensbury and Fort Ann in the U.S. state of New York. East Lake George attempted to incorporate as a village, a measure rejected by voters in 2010.

                                               

Eckford chain

The Eckford Chain of lakes is composed of Blue Mountain Lake, Eagle Lake, and Utowana Lake in the Adirondacks in New York. The chain was named for Henry Eckford, a noted engineer and ship builder who made a survey of the lakes in 1811. All of the ...

                                               

Edinburg, New York

Edinburg is a town in Saratoga County, New York, United States. The population was 1.384 at the 2000 census. The town is named after the city of Edinburgh in Scotland. Edinburgh is located in the northwestern part of the County and is North of Sc ...

                                               

Fort Ann, New York

Fort Ann is a town in Washington County, New York, United States. It is part of the Glens Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area. The town population was 6.417 at the 2000 census. The town contains a village, also called Fort Ann, located in its sou ...

                                               

Gabriels, New York

Gabriels is a hamlet in the town of Brighton in Franklin County, New York, inside the Adirondack Park near Paul Smiths. The village developed around a tuberculosis cure facility, the Gabriels Sanatorium, which was opened in 1897 by the Catholic S ...

                                               

High Falls on the Oswegatchie River

High Falls is a small but picturesque waterfall on the upper Oswegatchie River in the Five Ponds Wilderness. It is located in the town of Fine, in a remote part of Adirondack State Park in St. Lawrence County. The falls drops about 20 feet. Acces ...

                                               

Huletts Landing, New York

Huletts Landing is a hamlet in the town of Dresden in northern Washington County, New York, United States. A lakeside community on the eastern shore of Lake George in the Adirondack Mountains, Huletts Landing is located entirely within the Adiron ...

                                               

Keese Mill, New York

Keeses Mills, a.k.a. Keeses Mill and rarely Keese Mill, is a hamlet west of Paul Smiths, New York in the Town of Brighton, Franklin County, New York in the Adirondacks. It is named for a sawmill that was located on the Keeses Mills dam on the Sai ...

                                               

Kiwassa Lake

Kiwassa Lake, originally called Lonesome Pond, is a 280-acre lake in the north-central Adirondack Park, south of Dewey Mountain, between Lower Saranac Lake and Oseetah Lake, two miles southwest of the village of Saranac Lake, New York, United Sta ...

                                               

Lake Colby

Lake Colby is a 272-acre lake, located on NY-86 just outside the village of Saranac Lake, in Franklin County, New York in the Adirondacks, its outlet feeds into Lower Saranac Lake. Lake Colby is also the name of a hamlet located just north of the ...

                                               

Lake George (village), New York

The Village of Lake George is a village within the town of Lake George in Warren County, New York, United States, located at the southern end of its namesake lake. The population was 985 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Glens Falls Metropoli ...

                                               

Lake George Wild Forest

The Lake George Wild Forest is a 71.133-acre tract designated as Wild Forest by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation in the southeastern Adirondacks in the towns of Bolton, Chester, Hague, Horicon, Lake George, Lake Luzerne ...