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Cheddar Gorge
England

The Cheddar Gorge is located in the Mendip hills in Somerset.  There are many walks around the area.  The Gorge itself is the Englands deepest at 400 feet (122m) and 3 miles (4.8Km) long it was formed around 1 million years ago at the end of the last Ice age.

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