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Talk:West Highland Way

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Hmm, dunno if this is an article. Is this really along the lines of Route 66 or something or just a road? If it's a road, it needs to be moved to a destination page. Majnoona 23:00, 12 Apr 2004 (EDT)

It appears to be a trail along the lines of the Appalacian Trail or Pacific Crest Trail. Would this be a route? -- Colin 23:51, 12 Apr 2004 (EDT)

West Highland Way is an old traditional route up the West coast of Scotland. It is a walking trail that runs from Glasgow to Fort William past some amazing scenery.

Ah! Thanks, that sounds great. We might want to make that more clear in the article, I thought it was a freeway ;-P. Thanks for the contribution. FYI: you might want to get a user account so you can sign your messages here and have your own talk page. But you don't have to... thanks again Majnoona 01:40, 13 Apr 2004 (EDT)
This appears to be written as "West Highland Way" on the website. "West-Highland-Way" is only used for the URL. So, I'm goin to move this article. Akubra 16:22, 17 Apr 2004 (EDT)