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The Dombes region is accessible from Lyon by regional train (TER) in about 35 minutes. The region has hundreds of ponds, used for fish farming. There are 130 bird species living here and waterfowl abound. There are walking and biking routes, bike rental is available. http://www.villars-les-dombes.com/
Bergfex.com is one of the major sites to do that. It allows you to plan on the map, share quality, photos and much more all over Europe, in several languages. I am not sure how hard it would be to create your own tracks however.
The strict answer is no! There are certain hills that are not accessible because there are no public paths leading to the top. However considering each hill has one or more 'peaks', at least one peak is accessible on each hill. I created a page which lists all the hills and has some information about their accessibility.
Take a look at this photo and this Google map. I believe that the photo was taken from around about the site of Bottom Withens (which I think is at 53.818568, -2.025406 on the map - North East along the Pennine Way from Top Withens - a distance of some 520 metres) as we look. I think that the 520 metre distance makes sense - very much farther apart and, even ...
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