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Jumper
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Hi All,

Does anyone know the routes that were used during WW2 as part of training? Not interested in the speed marches, more the cross country yomps. After old maps, route cards really.

Pete
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We have a bit about the cross country here and a map of the Dark Mile.

http://www.commandoveterans.org/CommandoDarkMile

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Jumper
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Thanks Pete

I also had a bit of a brainwave and thought about a route from Lochailor to Anchacarry - seemed quite apt.
 
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