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Below you find the list of  hiking and climbing guides that we have available for Great Britain

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9781909099517
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1066 Harold's Way

1066 Harold's Way: A Guidebook to the New Long Distance Footpath from London to Hastings
Written by an experienced walker and historian, this book follows the new "Harold's Way" footpath route through London, Kent and Sussex. 1066 Harold's Way is a new 100 mile long distance walk from Westminster Abbey to Battle Abbey, East Sussex tracing the probable route of King Harold's journey to the Battle of Hastings. 1066 Harold's Way creates an alternative north - south destination for walkers and is to be seen as an option to existing long distance footpaths such as the North Downs Way and the South Downs Way to the west. Perhaps this epic, historic, emotive and challenging walk. The Walk has been produced with the support of Kent County Council, Sussex County Council and Stagecoach buses, and in association with The Long Distance Walkers Association, Kent Area Ramblers and Rother Ramblers. This book follows the Walk, breaking it down into 10 bite-sized chunks for leisure walkers, with each section ending at a public transport link to take the walker back to the start. The difficulty of each section is carefully appraised, maps are included along with historical data on the events of 1066 and notes about sights passed by the walker.
9781852846329
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Ayrshire & Arran Coastal Paths - Cicerone

A guide to walking or backpacking along the Ayrshire and Arran Coastal Paths, which stretch for over 150 miles along the stunning west coast of Scotland, within easy reach of Glasgow. Described in 11 day stages, passing through Girvan, Ayr and Ardrossan, good public transport means walkers can tackle it as day walks or weekend trips.
9780002201155
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Ben Nevis & Glen Coe Collins

Collins Rambler's Guide - Ben Nevis and Glen Coe
Produced in association with the Rambler's Association and Harvey's Maps, this brand new series covers some of the most popular walking areas in Britain and Ireland, combining detailed route descriptions with information on the local history, wildlife and countryside. From gentle strolls alongside the lochs, to the ascent of Britain's highest mountain, this guide offers an unparalleled variety of landscapes for the enthusiastic walker to explore. /The introduction gives information about the topography, geology and history of the area, and describes the flora and fauna inhabiting it. /The main section of the book comprises 30 walks.
97806907521730
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SMC Ben Nevis

Ben Nevis

This comprehensive guidebook covers a wide area from Ben Nevis and Aonach Mor to Creag Meagaidh and the Central Highlands. Since the previous edition more than 250 new routes have been added. including 90 winter routes on Ben Nevis. An extensive new series of diagrams reveals Ben Nevis in greater detail than ever shown before.

 

Pages: 354
Size: 12 cm x 20 cm

 

9781906148621
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Brecon Beacons day walks

Day Walks in the Brecon Beacons
Harri Roberts
Day Walks in the Brecon Beacons features 20 circular routes between 6.8 and 16.5 miles (11km and 16.6km) in length. Author Harri Roberts shares his favourite walks in the region, including Llangors Lake, the Taf Fechan Skyline and the Llanbedr Horseshoe. Each route features Ordnance Survey maps, easy-to-follow directions and local information.

9781852844523
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Cairngorms - Walking

Walking in the Cairngorms

Walks, trails and scrambles

Walking in the Cairngorms is a handy pocket-sized guidebook that describes over 100 routes consisting of both day and multi-day walks set in stunning scenery. The routes cover low-lying, mid-height and mountain trails along with 23 Munro summits. The terrain ranges from sandy trails to rocky scrambles and wilder ground full of plant life.
9781852846671
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Cape Wrath Trail

Cape Wrath Trail Cicerone Guide
This Cicerone guidebook to walking the 200 miles of the Cape Wrath Trail from Fort William to Cape Wrath, crossing the wild north west of the Scottish Highlands, describes the route in detail in 14 stages, with 6 alternative stages along the way. This epic challenge has long been recognised as the toughest long-distance route in Britain and travels through breathtakingly wild landscapes in Morar, Knoydart, Torridon and Assynt. With a wide range of route alternatives, it's perfect for the ambitious and experienced backpacker. It's a tough test and you'll brave genuine wilderness, rugged terrain, rain, wind, midges, bog and remote river crossings. Whatever time of year you attempt the trail, it will test the limits of your endurance. And this guidebook gives you all the information you need about bothies, campsites and (rare) amenities en route as well as detailed OS mapping and route profiles to help you plan and prepare for your trip.
9781845135683
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Captal Ring

Capital Ring (National Trail Guides)
The Capital Ring is a 75-mile (120 km) walking route encircling inner London that links the astonishing number of islands of greenery - parks, woodlands, abandoned railway lines, towpaths and nature reserves - that still survive in the very heart of the city. The Ring takes in many of London's leading attractions - for example, the Thames Barrier, Eltham Palace and Richmond Park - as well as overlooked gems such as Oxleas Meadows, the Parkland Walk and Abbey Mills Pumping Station, a Victorian extravaganza once known as 'the Temple of Sewage'. This guide, which divides the route into 15 sections, each starting and finishing at a public transport point, is packed with a vast amount of information which will guide walkers to the many and varied treasures that lie along the Ring's route. Colin Saunders is a member of the London Walking Forum, which first conceived the idea of the two London orbital routes (The London Loop, the second, outer, route is also the subject of one of Aurum's Recreational Path Guides) and developed the Capital Ring in collaboration with the London boroughs through which it runs.
9781845137816
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Cleveland way

Wandelgids Cleveland Way | Aurum Press

Over 100 miles of magnificent walking on the North York Moors

The Cleveland Way is the 108-mile (173 km) National Trail that skirts the edge of the North York Moors National Park. Following Natural England's acorn waymarks, the route stretches from Helmsley and the White Horse in the west across the Moors to the dramatic coastline from Saltburn to Filey, offering panoramic views of the countryside and coast. This is the complete, official guide for the long-distance walker or the weekend stroller. National Trail Guides are the official guidebooks to the fifteen National Trails in England and Wales and are published in association with Natural England, the official body charged with developing and maintaining the Trails.
9781905864478
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Trailblazer Coast to coast path

Coast to coast path

The Coast to Coast Path is a 191,5-mile (307km) trail that runs from St Bees on the Irish Sea across the width of Northern England to the North Sea at Robin Hood's Bay. This spectacular two-week walk crosses three National Parks - the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the North Yorkshire Moors.

 

- Includes 108 walking maps - the largest-scale maps available At a scale of just under 1:20,000 (8cm or 31/8 inches to I mile) these are bigger than even the most detailed walking maps currently available in the shops.

- Unique mapping features - walking times, directions. tricky junctions, places to stay, places to eat, points of interest. These are not general-purpose maps but fully-edited maps drawn by walkers for walkers.

- Itineraries for all walkers - whether hiking the 191,5-mile route in its entirety or sampling the highlights on day walks or short breaks. Includes detailed public transport information for all access points.

- Practical information for all budgets what to see, where to stay. where to eat: pubs, hotels, B&Bs, camping. bunkhouses, hostels.

 

Pages: 226
Size: 12 cm x 18 cm

9781845135607
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Coast To Coast Walk Aurum

The Coast to Coast Walk (National Trail Guides)

The Coast to Coast Walk is unique among Britain's long-distance footpaths in that it was the invention of one man, the legendary Alfred Wainwright, and enjoys no official status like, for example, the National trails in England and Wales. Nevertheless, it has become one of Britain's most popular long-distance walks, which is hardly surprising as it traverses some of the finest walking territory in the country. Starting at St. Bees on the Cumbrian coast, the route runs for 192 miles to Robin Hood's Bay on the North Sea and lies, for the most part, within the boundaries of three of Britain's loveliest National Parks the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors. As well as the main route there are also alternatives available at several points. Martin Wainwright's description of the route is divided into fifteen chapters, each covering one day's walk (though alternative stopping places are identified for those who wish to spread their journey over a longer period) and each section of the route is described in detail with accompanying Ordnance Survey mapping and color photographs. There are also brief feature essays on features or places of particular historical or landscape interest and a Useful Information section at the end which gives details of organizations which provide advice or information on matters such as travel and accommodation.
9781905864195
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Trailblazer Cornwall Coast Path

Cornwall Coast Path

The Cornwall Coast Path follows a National Trail for 160 miles (258km) around the western tip of Britain and com­prises some of the best coastal walking in Europe.

With constantly changing scenery, the footpath takes in secluded coves. tiny fishing vil­lages. rocky headlands. bustling resorts. wooded estuaries and golden surf-washed beaches. It is an area rich in wildlife. with seabirds. wild flowers. dolphins and seals.

 

- Includes 80 walking maps - the largest-scale maps available

At a scale of just under 1:20.000 (Bcm or 31/8 inches to I mile) these are bigger than even the most detailed walking maps currently available in the shops.

- Unique mapping features - walking times. directions. tricky junctions. places to stay. places to eat. points of interest. These are not general-purpose maps but fully-edited maps drawn by walkers for walkers.

- Itineraries for all walkers - whether hiking the 160-mile route in its entirety or sampling the highlights on day walks or short breaks. Includes detailed public transport information for all access points.

- Practical information for all budgets what to see. where to stay. where to eat: pubs. hotels. B&B. camping. bunkhouses, hostels.

 

Pages: 194
Size: 12 cm x 18 cm

 

9781859651094
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Cotswold Classic Walks (Goldeneye)

Cotswold Classic Walks 25 circular walks - dagwandelgids Cotswolds Goldeneye

Recommendations for families, pub lovers, dog walkers and much more...
Selection of places to stay the night or to stop for lunch
Each route has easy-to-use map with clear directions
Beautifully illustrated with photography of the local area.

The circular walks included start from:


1. Chipping Campden
2. Broadway
3. Buckland
4. Stanton
5. Bredon Hill
6. Winchcombe
7. Cleeve Hill
8. Guiting Power
9. The Slaughters
10. Bourton-on-the-Water
11. Burford
12. Minster Lovell
13. Great Tew
14. Eastleach
15. Bibury
16. Chedworth
17. Misarden Park
18. Edgeworth
19. Sapperton
20. Cranham
21. Slad Valley
22. Haresfield Beacon
23. Uley & Uley Bury
24. Ozleworth
25. Castle Combe

1-85284-449-3
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Cicerone The Cotswold Way

The Cotswold Way

The Cotswolds is one of the best-loved regions of lowland Britain, and the Cotswold Way traces a 102 mile (164km) route down its western edge between Chipping Campden and Bath. The route, described north-south and south-north, takes walkers along high scarp edges, through woodlands and between the honey-coloured villages and old market towns for which the district is justly famed.

This new edition of Kev Reynolds's popular guide takes account of improvements brought about for the route's planned launch as a National Trail, and is the perfect companion to a memorable long walk.

- Full route details of the Cotswold Way split into 13 stages for both southbound and northbound walkers.

- Notes on places and items of interest along the way.

- OS mapping and the author's own colour photographs.

 

Pages: 218
Size: 11,5 cm x 17 cm

 

 

9781845135195
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Cotswold Way - Nat. Trail Guide

The Cotswold Way (National Trail Guides)

This 100-mile route is Britain’s newest National Trail and was officially launched in May 2007. Starting in the picturesque village of Chipping Camden it takes the walker through a landscape of steep escarpments, bare plateaux, and wooded valleys, passing a number of important historical sites en route, before descending into the Severn Valley and ending at the city of Bath. Whether you are walking the trail from end to end or exploring a part of it, you will find this easy-to-use guide indispensable. A complete description of the route is divided into 15 chapters, each covering one day’s walk. 1:25 Ordnance Survey mapping is marked with points of interest along the route, and background information on local history, wildlife, archaeology, and landscape.

9781905864706
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Cotswold Way Trailblazer

Cotswold Way

by Tricia Hayne

Cotswold Way: 44 Large-Scale Walking Maps & Guides to 48 Towns and Villages Planning, Places to Stay, Places to Eat - Chipping Campden to Bath (British Walking Guides)

9780749573997
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Cotswolds 50 Wazlks AA

Wandelgids 50 walks in the Cotswolds | AA
Uitstekende wandelgids met een aantal dagtochten tussen de 5 en 13 kilometer. Niet heel erg lang dus, maar wel op de mooiste plekken en goed beschreven en prima kaartmateriaal.

Walking is one of Britain's favourite leisure activities, and with "50 Walks in the Cotswolds" you can find a variety of mapped walks to suit all abilities - from the casual walker to the experienced hiker. The book features all the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of the area, as well as other local points of interest. All walks are annotated with places to visit along the way: 'While You're There', featuring churches, country houses, museums, villages and towns. Each walk also has refreshment information: 'Where to Eat and Drink', including tea rooms and pubs, with extra details on their character and the food on offer. A 'What to Look For' panel features more specific details of urban and industrial heritage, flora and fauna. Every walk is given a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets.

9781852844301
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Cumbia Coastal Way

Cumbria Coastal Way - Cicerone 
The Cumbria Coastal Way is a continuous 298km (182 mile) walking route from north Lancashire towards the Scottish border, and links a number of gems of landscape, wildlife, archaeology and history that are found on this often little-known coastline. Starting at Silverdale, on Morecambe Bay, and edging the coast up towards Gretna, the coastal way can be walked in its entirety (10-14 days), or in sections, by walkers of all ages and abilities. Much of the route-finding is easy, and the route, which rarely climbs higher than 100m above sea level, has been designed to link with public transport. This is a totally new edition of the guidebook written by two walkers who regularly explore Cumbria's diverse coast.
9781852847609
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Cumbria Way - Cicerone

The Cumbria Way
A guidebook to the 73-mile Cumbria Way, an easy long-distance walk though the heart of the Lake District National Park, from Ulverston in the south to Carlisle in the north, with good transport links to either end. The route is largely low-level but this guide offers alternative mountain days to climb some of the famous fells en route.
9780950958057
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Cumbrian Way

Cambrian Way

The Mountain Connoisseur's Walk

This practical guidebook by Tony Drake covers a 275 mile south to north coast to coast walk traversing the highest, wildest and most scenically beautiful parts of Wales. As an unofficial, largely unwaymarked route it's a tough proposition calling for good map reading and a chance to use GPS satellite navigation.

Wandelroute door het ruige Wales van kust tot kust tussen Cardiff en Conwy. Dit engelstalige wandelboekje beschrijft duidelijk de route, geeft praktische informatie zoals overnachtingsadressen en campings en eenvoudige schetskaarten.

9781852846343
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Cumbria's Eden Valley - Cicerone

This guidebook to Cumbria's beautiful and
tranquil Eden Valley covers routes from the
source of the 75-mile river, high in the
Pennines, all the way to the Scottish border.
The gorgeous, undulating landscape allows
walkers to enjoy everything from day-long
moorland hikes to gentle riverside strolls.
The routes range across varied terrain from
6.5 to 27km in length, passing castle ruins,
abandoned churches and prehistoric
settlements, alongside wonderful views of
the Pennines, eastern Lake District and
southern Scottish hills.
1-85284-464-7
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Cicerone The Dales Way

The Dales Way

The Dales Way is a delightful multi-day walk through the Yorkshire Dales and the eastern fringe of the Lake District between Ilkley and Bowness on Windermere, a total of 78 miles. One of Britain's gentlest multi-day routes, it makes an excellent introduction to long-distance walking. Travelling west, the Dales Way makes the most of delectable Wharfedale before crossing into picturesque Dentdale and continuing on to Sedbergh. From here, the Way leads on to its final end at the edge of Lakeland.

. Fully updated new edition

. The only Dales Way guide to describe the route in both directions

. Route clearly illustrated with OS mapping

. Information on points of interest along the route

 

Pages: 158
Size: 11,5 cm x 17 cm

 

9780711749924
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Dumfries & Galloway Pathfinder 19

Pathfinder 19 Dumfries & Galloway

Wandelgids van een deel van Engeland, Schotland of Wales. Deze gids bevat 28 dagwandelingen, variërend van korte tochten tot pittige dagtochten. De bijbehorende kaarten zijn uitstekend: men heeft de topografische kaarten van Ordnance Survey gebruikt waarop de route is ingetekend. Daarnaast praktische informatie over de wandeling en wat beschrijvingen van het gebied.

Each of the Jarrold Pathfinder titles features 28 circular routes, all tried and tested by seasoned walkers. The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, so there is something for everyone.

They also contain:

-Ordnance Survey mapping;
-background details of each area;
-details of refreshment stops and parking;
-walking safety advice; and
-information about walkers and the law

9780749562892
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Edinburg & Eastern Scotland aa

Edinburgh & Eastern Scotland (50 Walks in)

Walking is one of Britain's favourite leisure activities, and this great pocket-sized walking guide to Edinburgh & East Scotland features a variety of mapped walks to suit all abilities. Contained within the guide are 50 walks of 2-10 miles and all the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of the area, and an introduction to each walk. All walks are annotated with local points of interest and places to stop for refreshments. And every walk is given a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets.
9781905864430
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Exmoor & North Devon Coast Path

Exmoor and North Devon Coast Path wandelgids - Trailblazer
Practical guide with 53 large scale maps (1:20,000). Includes accommodation guide, pubs and restaurants and public transport information. This new guide covers the first section of the South West Coast Path, from Minehead to Bude (125 miles). This spectacular route passes through the Exmoor National Park following the highest coastline in England (over 800ft), through numerous idyllic villages such as Lynton and Clovelly, around Barnstaple Bay and Hartland Point to the seaside resort of Bude just over the border with Cornwall. The guide includes 53 large-scale walking maps; itineraries for all walkers; practical information for all budgets - guides to 30 towns and villages showing where to stay, where to eat, what to see, plus detailed street plans; comprehensive public transport information; flora and fauna; four page full colour flower guide, plus an illustrated section on local wildlife; responsible tourism; and GPS waypoints.
9781846246425
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Finding My PLace

Finding My Place: Seven Long Distance Walks in Kent and East Sussex
Finding My Place is more than just a guide book to Kent and parts of east Sussex; it is also a companion guide to the places visited on seven maraton walks. It is a celebration of the geography, geology and landscape., the flora , history , people and places .
0-7117-0571-2
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Jarrold PF 7 Fort William and Glen Coe

Fort William and Glen Coe

JarroldGuides are the ideal companion

for country walks throughout the British Isles. Clear and easy-to-follow directions are accompanied by detailed maps from Ordnance Survey and specially commissioned photographs. With 28 colour-coded routes to choose from, all tried and tested by seasoned walkers and varying from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, there is a walk to suit everyone. From the Highlands of Scotland to the cliffs of Cornwall, Pathfinder Guides show you the way.

Introduces you to the area and highlights the most scenic walks

Details useful organisations, refreshment stops and places to leave your car

Ordnance Survey mapping and key to Conventional Signs

Essential information on safety issues and Walkers and the Law

 

 

Pages: 96

Dimensions: 13,5 cm x 23 cm

 

1-85284-299-7
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Cicerone Glyndwr's Way

Glyndwr's Way

Glyndwr's Way, named after Owain Glyndwr who led the Welsh in a rebellion against the English in the 15th century, is the third National Trail in Wales and a fitting tribute to Wales's greatest hero. The 143 mile (230.5km) Glyndwr's Way runs from Knighton to Welsh pool, where the route links with Offa's Dyke to create a 172''141 mile (277.5km) circular walk back to Knighton. The Way passes through farmland, forestry and open hill-land, following old Roman roads, drovers' roads and modern public rights of way. The route is full of interest, with varied flora and fauna and many historical sites relating to Owain Glyndwr.

The book describes the route in twelve sections, providing information on places of interest, as well as the practical facilities walkers need, such as shops, post offices and eating places. The route is illustrated with OS maps. The guide also provides the historic background to Owain Glyndwr and the Welsh Revolt and details a number of the prophecies, myths, legends and traditions surrounding him.

 

Pages: 128
Size: 11,5 cm x 17 cm

 

9781852846138
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Great Stones Way

The Great Stones Way: Avebury, Stonehenge and Salisbury - Wandelgids - Steve Davison
Wandelgids Wiltshire Downs
First guide to a new 36-mile trail through the Downs from Barbury Castle (near Swindon) to Old Sarum (near Salisbury). The official Way can be extended to start from Swindon, with detours to visit the Avebury Ring, Stonehenge and Marden Henge. This 50-mile route is described here. Can be combined with the Ridgeway National Trail from Avebury.
9781845135676
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NTG Hadrian's Wall Path

Hadrian's Wall Path

Hadrian's Wall Path is the new National Trail of some 84 miles (135 km) linking Wallsend, near Newcastle upon Tyne, with Bowness-on-Solway on England's west coast. The Path shadows, for its greater part, the historic line of Hadrian's Wall; it lies within a World Heritage Site, and there are many opportunities to explore the fascinating history of four centuries of Roman rule. It is also a walk of dramatic contrasts, starting amid bustling, redeveloped Newcastle and finishing on the lonely shores of the Solway Firth. This is the complete, official guide for the long­distance walker or the weekend stroUer. All you need is this one book. It contains:

. the entire route split into convenient sections

. 1:25000 Ordnance Survey maps for each section, marked with points of special interest

. walks to and from major archaeological sites off the main route . route information on each section, with colour photographs and notes on nearby features

. background information on archaeology, local history, wildlife, geology, industry and land use

. details of public transport, villages on or near the route with facilities for walkers, useful organisations and accommodation

. the Countryside Access Charter on your rights and responsibilities when out in the countryside

 

 

Pages.: 144

dimensions:  13 cm x 21 cm

 

9781905864584
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Hadrian's Wall Path - Trailblazer

Wandelgids Hadrian's Wall Path | Trailblazer
Hadrian’s Wall Path, 84 miles from end to end, follows the course of northern Europe’s largest surviving Roman monument, a 2nd-century fortification built – in the border country between England and Scotland – on the orders of the Emperor Hadrian in AD122.

Hadrian’s Wall Path is the first National Trail to follow the course of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This week-long walk is regarded as one of the least challenging of the National Trails.

7 town plans and 45 large scale walking maps – at just under 1:20,000 – showing route times, places to stay, points of interest and much more

Itineraries for all walkers – whether walking the route in its entirety over seven to eight days or sampling the highlights on day walks and short breaks

Practical information for all budgets, all updated for the new edition – camping, bunkhouses, hostels, B&Bs, pubs and hotels; Newcastle through to Bowness – where to stay, where to eat, what to see, plus detailed street plans

Comprehensive public transport information – for all access points on the Hadrian’s Wall Path

9781854586360
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High Fells of Lakeland Mountain Walks

Mountain Walks the High Fells of Lakeland

24 Circular Fell Walks in the Lake District

A new Pathfinder walking guide to the Lake District, featuring 24 circular fell walks. Designed for adventurous walkers, the routes visit some of the highest mountain peaks in the area, from Scafell Pike to Skiddaw, with all walks accompanied.
1-85284-400-0
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Cicerone Isle of Man Coastal Path

 Isle of Man Coastal Path

The Raad ny Foillan, Way of the Gull, is a 96-mile footpath around the Isle of Man. Splendid scenery is encountered throughout, from the rugged sea cliffs and mountain moorland in the south, to the glens, beaches and dunes of the north. It passes sites of historical interest, colourful fishing villages, historic towns and peaceful havens.

Two other walks are described - The Millennium Way follows the ancient route of the kings from Ramsey to Castletown, whilst The Herring Way takes a traditional route from Peel to Castletown. These cross the hills of the island's interior and can be combined to give an interesting route.

. The walks are described in easy stages with suggestions for accom­modation en route.

. Introduction outlines the best times for visiting and walking on the island, as well as noting all the detailed practical information you need to help make your trip a success.

. A glossary of Manx words and a bibliog­raphy are found in the appendices.

. Detailed travel and information on making the most of your walks and your stay on the island.

 

Pages: 154
Size: 11,5 cm x 17 cm

9781852847890
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Cicerone The Isle of Skye

The Isle of Skye

The Isle of Skye is the most scenically awe-inspiring of Scotland's many islands; for many walkers and climbers it is a promised land. It is a place of elemental forces, a land that man has barely scratched. Above this is the indefinable, almost supernatural charisma that evokes a deep and abiding affection amongst those privileged to share Skye's secrets.

This new edition continues the tradition of the first by visiting all corners of the island as well as the renowned Cuillin. Updated and in full colour with extensive photographs and maps, it includes hard demanding days as tough as anything in Britain and Wales in wonderfully isolated situations. It includes high mountain routes, lonely lochans, coastal cliffs, forests, strange pinnacles and rough gabbro rock.

But it is a walking, not a climbing, guide, and the skills required are up to straightforward scrambling, but the walking can be demanding and arduous.

 

Pages: 256
Size: 11,5 cm x 17 cm

 

9781852846619
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Isle of Wight

Walking on the Isle of Wight

by Paul Curtis

34 walking routes on the beautiful Isle of Wight, ranging in difficulty from easy to strenuous and from 4 to 16 miles long. The routes are suitable for all abilities and are accessible all year. They cover the spectacular coast as well as exploring forest trails, marshland and downland, plus visit the tranquil towns of Yarmouth, Cowes and Ventnor.

9781852847203
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Jura Islay & Colonsay walking

Wandelgids Walking on Jura, Islay and Colonsay | Cicerone
A guide to the best walking on Scotland's remote Southern Hebrides - Jura, Scarba, Islay, Colonsay and Oronsay - featuring one classic 5-day wilderness trek along the west coast of Jura and 14 day walks across the islands, include a round of the iconic Paps of Jura, from bases such as Port Askaig, Port Ellen and Scalasaig. Jura, Islay and Colonsay offer some of wildest scenery in the British Isles - but the terrain is tough and almost entirely pathless. The second edition of this guide opens up the area even further to the experienced walker, describing many previously unpublished routes. The west coast of Jura boasts outstanding geological features, stunning beaches and abundant wildlife. Islay is lower-lying and more developed but also has many kilometres of scenic coastline and is particularly famous for its birdlife, its historical sites and, of course, its distilleries. Scarba is rugged and mountainous. And Colonsay is a gem with a tranquil character all its own, echoing much of the natural splendour of its neighbours. As well as detailed descriptions of 14 walks across the three islands, this book is packed with information about their natural and cultural histories, and illustrated with OS maps and colour photographs.
9780749569044
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Kent AA 40 Shorter Walks

40 Short walks: Kent - Wandelgids - AA Publishing

Compacte, engelstalige wandelgids voor korte wandelingen in Kent, Engeland.

This compact and handy guide to short walks in Kent features walks between one and four miles long which can be covered in a morning or afternoon.

9780749560553
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Kent AA 50 Walks

Wandelgids 50 Walks in Kent | AA

Uitstekende wandelgids met een aantal dagtochten tussen de 5 en 13 kilometer. Niet heel erg lang dus, maar wel op de mooiste plekken en goed beschreven en prima kaartmateriaal.

A variety of mostly mapped walks to suit both the casual walker and the more serious hiker are contained in this illustrated guide. Detailed maps include information on the route - scenery, distance, terrain, places of interest - together with dog-friendly walks. Special features include: an introductory location map indicating the starting point of every walk; a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets; places to visit along the way; refreshment information; and a "what to look for" panel featuring more specific detail of urban and industrial heritage, flora and fauna.

9781852844622
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Kent Walking

Walking in Kent: 40 Walks Throughout the County
Walking in Kent is a handy guidebook that contains 40 circular day walks in the picturesque county of Kent. These routes will help you discover some of Britain's finest non-mountain landscapes and routes along with hidden architectural treasures and historic villages. There is plenty here to appeal to both family strollers and determined ramblers.
9780711706125
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Kent Walks Pathfinder 8

Pathfinder 08 Kent - Wandelgids Engeland
Wandelgids van een deel van Engeland. Deze gids bevat 28 dagwandelingen, variërend van korte tochten tot pittige dagtochten. De bijbehorende kaarten zijn uitstekend: men heeft de topografische kaarten van Ordnance Survey gebruikt waarop de route is ingetekend. Daarnaast praktische informatie over de wandeling en wat beschrijvingen van het gebied.

Each of the Jarrold Pathfinder titles features 28 circular routes, all tried and tested by seasoned walkers. The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, so there is something for everyone.

They also contain:

-Ordnance Survey mapping;
-background details of each area;
-details of refreshment stops and parking;
-walking safety advice; and
-information about walkers and the law

9781852847340
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Lake District - Cicerone

Lake District: Low Level and Lake Walks
This guidebook describes 30 of the best low-level walks in the Lake District. From delightful wooded glades and sparkling tarns, to waterfalls and glacier-carved valleys towered over by craggy mountains. The walks described aim to seek out the best walking that the lower areas of the Lake District have to offer.
9780749555955
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Lake District 50 Walks

Lake District 50 Walks In

AA

Features a variety of mapped walks to suit different abilities - from the casual walker to the experienced hiker. This book provides a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets for the various walks.
9781852844967
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Lake District Tour

Tour of the Lake District - wandelgids Engeland - Cicerone

A guidebook to walking a scenic, seven-day circular route (93 miles) around England's Lake District. The tour gives a flavour of each of the main Lakeland valleys and their different character. High-level alternative sections and short walks also described.

Designed as a scenic tour of the Lake District, this seven day circular route (93 miles) is primarily one of valleys and passes, rather than a tick list of peaks attained. The route starts at the railway terminus at Windermere village. Quickly leaving the crowds behind, it passes through Ambleside, the Langdale valley, Coniston, Dunnerdale, Eskdale, Wasdale, Ennerdale, Buttermere, Newlands Valley, Keswick, Borrowdale, Grasmere then Ullswater, before returning back to Windermere via the Troutbeck valley.

9781902001135
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Lake District Walking Weekends

Walking Weekends: Lake District (Walking Weekends S.)
Features 24 superb circular walks from 12 villages throughout the Lake District, with two walks of varying lengths from each village, including a mountain walk and a lower level valley walk - ideal for a weekend break. Many people enjoy going away for a weekend, staying at a traditional Lakeland pub and then using the pub as a base from which to explore the surrounding countryside on foot. This new guidebook makes this weekend away experience a whole lot easier with details of where to stay, local inns, background information and historical points of interest. An ideal book for people wanting to spend a weekend of great walking in the Lake District. Featured villages include: Ambleside, Boot (Eskdale), Braithwaite, Buttermere, Coniston, Glenridding, Grasmere, Great Langdale, Keswick, Patterdale, Rosthwaite and Wasdale. Book 3 in the Walking Weekends series by highly acclaimed outdoor writer and publisher Mark Reid, who has combined his knowledge of the villages, pubs and footpaths of the Lake District to create this new and unique book.
9781854585011
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Lake District Walks

Lake District: Selected Walks (Pathfinder)
Pathfinder(r) Lake District covering Coniston, Kewswick and Devoke Water. This selection offers interest, regional variety and balance of routes in the Lake District providing the best walks in the area. From an easy stroll through Buttermere to the much more challenging walks in Rosthwaite and Stonethwaite this volume contains something for everyone. Covering walks through the whole of the Lake District both popular and little know scenic routes including Bowfell, Wetherlan and the Langdale Valleys. -See walk locations by Looking Inside Inside: -28 great walks in the Lake District from 2 to 10 miles -Clear, large scale Ordnance Survey route maps -GPS reference for all Lake District waypoints -Where to park, good pubs and places of interest en route -All routes have been fully researched and written by expert outdoor writers -Beautiful photography of scenes from the walks Pathfinder(r) Guides are Britain's best loved walking guides. Made with durable covers, they are the perfect companion for countryside walks throughout Britain. Each title features circular walks with easy-to-follow route descriptions, large-scale Ordnance Survey route maps and GPS waypoints. With over 70 titles in the series, they offer essential information for walkers throughout the country.
9781908632241
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Llyn Peninsula - Wales Coast path

Official Guide - Wales Coast Path: Llŷn Peninsula - Bangor to Porthmadog
One of the Official Guides to the Wales Coast Path - Llŷn Peninsula section, Bangor to Porthmadog. The guide features a full route description along with official and unofficial alternative routes, plus general information on accommodation, transport, wildlife and history.
9781854686698
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Londen Country Walks

Country Walks Near London (Pathfinder Guides)
Are you looking to escape London for a few hours? Do you enjoy a walk in the country or a leisurely afternoon stroll, but don't want to take your car? Inside Pathfinder(R) Guide to Country Walks near London are 28 fantastic country walks all starting and finishing at railway stations and within easy reach of London mainline railway terminals. Suitable for walkers of all abilities, this selection of rural walks is hand-picked from eight current best-selling Pathfinder(R) Guides covering SE England. Ranging from 2-13 miles in length, each circular walk takes in some of the many delights of the countryside surrounding London - from meanders between small villages and riverside rambles to hillside hikes and scenic strolls. So if you don't have a car, or want to reduce your carbon footprint and have a truly environmentally friendly and 'green' walk, you can still enjoy the countryside near London with Pathfinder(R) Guide to Country Walks near London. Completely car-free, each walk is graded for difficulty, from family rambles to challenging hikes, and has been collected together by an author who contributes regularly to national and local press on walks in London, Surrey and Essex. From the Chilterns to Essex and Surrey, each walk in Pathfinder(R) Guide to Country Walks near London is accompanied by clear, large-scale Ordnance Survey route maps and GPS waypoints to help you navigate your walk with ease. There is also a wealth of useful information accompanying each walk, including good pubs nearby and places of interest en route. With each walk easily accessible by train, and information on routes and connections provided for each, a car is no longer essential to escape the capital city for a walk in the country. Pathfinder(R) Guides are Britain's best loved walking guides. Made with durable covers, they are the perfect companion for countryside walks throughout Britain. Each title features circular walks with easy-to-follow route descriptions, tried and tested by seasoned walkers and accompanied by beautiful photography and clear Ordnance Survey mapping. The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, so there is something for everyone.
9781847736178
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London Walking Parks and Gardens

Walking London's Parks and Gardens

Engelstalige wandelgids met beschrijving van 24 wandeltochten door parken en tuinen van Londen.

London is as famous for its green spaces as for the historic buildings surrounding them. For "Walking London's Parks and Gardens", wildlife journalist Geoffrey Young specially devised 24 walks around over 30 of the most historic and beautiful parks and gardens that flourish in the capital. His walks range from the Chelsea Physic Garden (the second oldest apothecaries' garden in England) to the 2,500 acres of Richmond Park, former royal hunting forest and London's largest park. He includes beautiful clusters of garden squares that he has imaginatively woven into walks through central London's most graceful districts, such as Bloomsbury and Westminster. He has set each walk in the area's historic context and included detailed information on features and highlights, such as plantings, statuary and architecture. He has also provided the reader with easy-to-follow detailed route map for each walk. Wonderfully illustrated with specially commissioned colour photographs and route maps, the book provides full details of addresses, opening times and the best bars and restaurants to visit en route.
9781426208706
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London Walking step-by-step

Walking London (Cities of a Lifetime) National Geographic
See the best of London with this streamlined, itinerary-driven guide, created in a handy, take-along format. Part of a brand-new series from National Geographic that showcases the world's great cities, Walking London is divided into the following sections:
The Whirlwind Tours section shows you how to see the entire city in a day or a weekend; what sights will interest kids most; plus, a hedonist's tour that's pure pleasure from dawn to midnight and beyond.

The Neighborhoods section of the book presents the city broken down into 15-odd itineraries that lead you on a step-by-step tour to the best sights in each of the city's greatest neighborhoods--from The City and Westminster to Kensington and Knightbridge.

Travel Essentials provides information on how to get to the city and how to get around, as well as hand-picked hotels and restaurants.

Each itinerary includes the following features:
Distinctly London: Explore the city through 2-page features that showcase the quintessential aspects of the city, such as Royal London, Shakespeare London, and London Pubs: Here you'll get intriguing background information to help you understand why this city is one of the world's greatest.
9781846702013
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London Walks vol 1 - Time Out

Time Out London Walks, Volume 1: 30 Walks by London Writers

London remains one of the world's great cities, and the best way to get to know the whole sprawling mess — its vivid history and current vitality — is by walking the streets. The objective of the fourth edition of Time Out London Walks Volume 1 is to get the perspective of the city from a group of novelists, historians, comedians, and journalists who have devised their own walks through London, drawing on historical, architectural, and personal observation. The walks offer a mix of styles, outlooks and settings. The end result is a book that can be read with pleasure at home, as a collection of writing about London, or as a practical guide to the city's streets and green spaces. The fourth edition of this title has been thoroughly revised and updated.
9781845702020
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London Walks vol 2 - Time Out

Time Out London Walks, Volume 2: 25 Walks by London Writers

This second volume of "London Walks" explores more of the capital with some of London's finest writers. Resident novelists, artists, comedians and historians observe the city around them, tapping into its history, revealing its beauty and exposing its secrets. In all there are 25 walks around the capital, taking in everything from hospitals, churches, temples, mosques and synagogues to courts, places of execution and cemeteries. Whether you find yourself chasing mushrooms among the deer in Richmond Park, memorizing a Coleridgian digression in a rural lane on Hampstead Heath, or eyeing up a Masonic vestment in a shop off Drury Lane, you should expect the unexpected. The snapshots include: Claire Tomalin's journey to Greenwich with Samuel Pepys, dropping in on John Evelyn en route; Arthur Smith's eulogy to Balham; Frances Morgan's tour of the village community of Stoke Newington; Robert Elms' fond memories of Holborn in the 1970s; and, David Aaronovitch on a discovery of the canals, rivers and creeks of East London.
9780711720046
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Mid Wales & Marches Pathfinder 41

Pathfinder 41 Mid Wales & the Marches

Wandelgids van een deel van Wales. Deze gids bevat 28 dagwandelingen, variërend van korte tochten tot pittige dagtochten. De bijbehorende kaarten zijn uitstekend: men heeft de topografische kaarten van Ordnance Survey gebruikt waarop de route is ingetekend. Daarnaast praktische informatie over de wandeling en wat beschrijvingen van het gebied.

Each of the Jarrold Pathfinder titles features 28 circular routes, all tried and tested by seasoned walkers. The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, so there is something for everyone.

They also contain:

-Ordnance Survey mapping;
-background details of each area;
-details of refreshment stops and parking;
-walking safety advice; and
-information about walkers and the law

1-85284-402-7
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Cicerone Walking the Munros vol.1

Walking the Munros
Vol.1 Southern, Central & Western Highlands.

Undertaking the Munros will take you to places of extraordinary beauty - places that inspire awe, reflection and sometimes fear. Volume 1 of this new guide to all 284 Munros covers the southern, central and western highlands, and details 69 exciting and challenging routes on 139 Munro mountains. The guide includes:

. detailed route descriptions (all the popular routes included), with sketch maps and outstanding colour photography

. comprehensive information on tackling this famous collec­

tion of mountains, inclucUng details of parking, access and

accommodation in the area . index and appendix listing all the Munros in height order. The guide is bound in a hard-wearing, waterproof PVC cover.

 

Pages: 270
Format: 12 cm x 17,5 cm
Language: English

1852844035
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Cicerone Walking the Munros vol.2

Walking the Munros vol.2

Undertaking the Munros will take you to places of extraordinary beauty - places that inspire awe, reflection and sometimes fear, This second volume of a two-part series of guides to all 284 Munros details 145 exciting and challenging routes in the Cairngorms and northern highlands (north of the Great Glen).

. A comprehensive introduction indicates the history of the Munros and includes vital information to make your quest as successful as possible

. Detailed route descriptions (all the popular routes included), with sketch map for each route and outstanding colour photography

. Appendix listing all the Munros covered in the guide

. Hard-wearing, waterproof PVC cover

. Companion volume available covering the southern, central and western Munros

 

Pages: 304
Format: 12 cm x 17,5 cm

Language: English

9781781310618
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National Trail Guides: North Downs Way (Farnham - Dover)

North Downs Way 
Farnham - Dover

The North Downs Way is the National Trail that follows the Countryside Agency's acorn waymarks from Farnham to the coast at Dover. This picturesque Trail takes in chalk ridges, river valleys and sections of the Pilgrims' Way. At the eastern end you can either walk via Canterbury (a total distance of 130 miles, 208 km) or follow the southern route (123 miles, 197 km). This is the com­plete, official guide for the long-distance walker or the weekend stroller. All you need is this one book. It contains:

- the entire route split into convenient sections

- 1:25 000 Ordnance Survey maps for each section marked with points of special interest

- circular routes off the trail for shorter walks, enabling you to explore the local area

- route information on each section, with colour photographs and notes on nearby features

- background information on local history, wildlife, archaeology, geology, industry and land use

- details of public transport, villages on or near the route with facilities for walkers, useful organisations and accommodation, including camping sites

- the Countryside Access Charter on your rights and responsibilities when out in the countryside.

 

Pages: 168
Format: 13 cm x 21 cm
Language: English

9781854586377
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North East England Heritage Walks

Pathfinder Heritage Walks in North East England
9781854585417
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North wales , Snowdon & Offa's Dyke Pathfinder 32

Pathfinder 32 North Wales, Snowdon & Offa's Dyke

Wandelgids van een deel van Wales. Deze gids bevat 28 dagwandelingen, variërend van korte tochten tot pittige dagtochten. De bijbehorende kaarten zijn uitstekend: men heeft de topografische kaarten van Ordnance Survey gebruikt waarop de route is ingetekend. Daarnaast praktische informatie over de wandeling en wat beschrijvingen van het gebied.

Each of the Jarrold Pathfinder titles features 28 circular routes, all tried and tested by seasoned walkers. The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, so there is something for everyone.

They also contain:

-Ordnance Survey mapping;
-background details of each area;
-details of refreshment stops and parking;
-walking safety advice; and
-information about walkers and the law

This guide complements Snowdonia, Anglesey and the Llyn Peninsula Walks in the Pathfinder series. It contains some more walks in the national park, but extends eastwards to embrace the less well-known but highly attractive countryside of north-east Wales that lies between Snowdonia and the English border: the Berwyn Mountains, Mynydd Hiraethog, the Clwydian Hills, the Dee valley and the Vale of Clwyd. The routes in this guide range from an entirely flat walk beside the River Clwyd from Rhyl to Rhuddland to ascents of Snowdon, Carnedd Dafydd and other peaks on the Berwyns and Clwydians.

9780954421755
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PM Northern Highlands

Northern Highlands

This guide features 40 circular walks around the spectacular mountain forms of the Northern Highlands.
Much of the region is wild and remote, with solitary peaks surrounded by moorland and huge massifs that inspire adventure.

The routes in this volume take in all of the Munros, many of the Corbetts and a number of great hills.

The Beauly Firth to Loch Broom, Dundonnell to Kinlochewe, Torridon, The Hills of Assynt, The Far North, ...

No. of pages:   96
Size:  10,5 cm x 15 cm
Illustrations: lots of colour photos and maps

 

9781845130671
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North-West Highlands Walks

North-West Highlands / wandelgids Schotland
From the publisher of the official National Trail Guides - a new walking guide detailing 24 of the finest walks in the Northwest Highlands, which includes the Scottish mainland northwest of the Great Glen together with the Isle of Skye. The walks range from 6 to 17 miles, are mostly circular and all begin and end at sites with parking space. Along with the author’s detailed descriptions, the guide includes 1:25 000 Ordnance Survey mapping marked with points of interest along the routes and is illustrated throughout with full colour photographs
9781845135614
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Offa's Dyke Path

Wandelgids Offa's Dyke Path, South: Chepstow to Knighton | Aurum
Offa's Dyke Path is the 177-mile (283-km) National Trail following the course of the man-made dyke that gives it its name. This volume, now fully updated, features the southern section of the Path, following Natural England's acorn waymarks from Chepstow to Knighton, a distance of 80 miles (128 km). This is the complete, official guide for the long distance walker or the weekend stroller. All you need is this one book. National Trail Guides are the official guidebooks to the fifteen National Trails in England and Wales and are published in association with Natural England, the official body charged with developing and maintaining the Trails.
1-873756-59-3
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Trailblazer Offa's Dyke Path

Offa's Dyke Path

The Offa's Dyke Path is a superb National Trail that runs from the North Wales coast to the Severn Estuary following the line of Olla's Dyke, an impres­sive 8th-century earthwork along the English/Welsh border. The ever-changing landscape - the Clwydian Range, the Shropshire Hills, the Black Mountains and the Wye Valley - is steeped in history and legend providing 177 miles (285km) of fascinating walking.

 

- Includes 88 walking maps - the largest-scale maps available

At a scale of just under 1:20,000 (8cm or 31/8 inches to I mile) these are bigger than even the most detailed walking maps currently available in the shops.

- Unique mapping features - walking times, directions, tricky junctions, places to stay. places to eat, points of interest. These are not general-purpose maps but fully-edited maps drawn by walkers for walkers,

- Itineraries for all walkers - whether hiking the 177-mile route in its entirety or sampling the highlights on day walks or short breaks. Includes detailed public transport information for all access points.

- Practical information for all budgets what to see, where to stay, where to eat: pubs, hotels, B&B, camping, bunkhouses, hostels.

 

Pages: 210
Size: 12 cm x 18 cm

 

9781845135706
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Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path

Peddars way and Norfolk Coast Path - Bruce Robinson
The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path together form the 93-mile (149-km) National Trail that starts near Knettishall in the Brecklands on the Norfolk-Suffolk border and runs north-west to meet the shores of the Wash near Hunstanton before turning east to follow the beautiful North Norfolk coastline to Cromer. The first part of the route, The Peddars Way, follows the route of a Roman road, running arrow-straight along the chalk ridge of north-west Norfolk; the Norfolk Coast Path, in contrast, follows the seawall along the beaches and around the muddy creeks that form a coastline that is home to some of the most famous and spectacular nature reserves in the country. This is the complete, official guide to the entire route for both the long-distance walker and the weekend stroller. Bruce Robinson retired after working for forty years as a journalist on newspapers in Norfolk and Lincolnshire.
9781905864287
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Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path Trailblazer

Wandelgids Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path | Trailblazer
60 maps – 5 town plans and 55 large-scale walking maps - at just under 1:20,000 - showing route times, gradients, where to stay, interesting features. Plus downloadable GPS points.
Itineraries for all walkers – whether walking the entire route or sampling the highlights on day walks
Practical information for all budgets – Knettishall Heath through to Cromer: where to stay (campsites, hostels, B&Bs, pubs and hotels), where to eat, what to see
9781845137823
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Pembrokeshire Coast Path - Nat. Trail Guide

Pembrokeshire Coast Path (National Trail Guides)

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is one of the most popular of the 15 National Trails in England and Wales. Running for 186 miles, it follows the spectacular coast of the Pembrokeshire National Park from St Dogmaels on the peninsula's northern coast, via the lovely towns of St David's and Tenby, and the dramatic natural harbor of Milford Haven, to Amroth on the south coast. With its soaring cliffs, interspersed with isolated coves and sandy beaches, this is one of the most varied and least spoiled coastlines in the country, offering walkers a chance to visit a host of sites of geological, historical or wildlife interest. This book is the complete, official guide for the long-distance walker or the weekend stroller. All you need is this one book. National Trail Guides are the official guidebooks to the fifteen National Trails in England and Wales and are published in association with Natural England.

9781905864515
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Trailblazer Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Pembrokeshire Coast Path

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path follows a National Trail for 186 miles (299km) around the magnificent coastline of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in south-west Wales.

Renowned for its unspoilt sandy beaches, secluded coves, tiny fishing villages and off­shore islands rich in bird and marine life, this National Trail provides some of the best coastal walking in Britain.

 

- Includes 96 walking maps - the largest-scale maps available

At a scale of just under 1:20,000 (8cm or 31/8 inches to I mile) these are bigger than even the most detailed walking maps currently available in the shops.

- Unique mapping features - walking times, directions, tricky junctions, places to stay, places to eat, points of interest. These are not general-purpose maps but fully-edited maps drawn by walkers for walkers.

- Itineraries for all walkers - whether hiking the 186-mile route in its entirety or sampling the highlights on day walks or short breaks. Includes detailed public transport information for all access points.

- Practical information for all budgets

what to see, where to stay, where to eat: pubs, hotels, B&B, camping, bunkhouses, hostels.

 

Pages: 210
Size: 12 cm x 18 cm

9781845135621
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Pennine Way North

Pennine Way North (National Trail Guides)

Bowes to Kirk Yetholm

The Pennine Way is the 256-mile National Trail stretching along the backbone of Britain. This volume features the northern section of the Way, following the Countryside Agency's acorn way marks from Bowes across the rugged Durham moors, past Hadrian's Wall to Kirk Yetholm, a distance of 129 miles. This is the complete, official guide for the long distance walker or the weekend stroller. All you need is this one book. National Trail Guides are the official guidebooks to the fifteen National Trails in England and Wales and are published in association with Natural England, the official body charged with developing and maintaining the Trails.
9781845136390
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Pennine Way South

Pennine Way South (National Trail Guides)
The Pennine Way is the 268-mile (431-km) National Trail stretching along the backbone of Britain. This volume features the southern section of the Way, following Natural England's acorn waymarks from Edale in the Peak District across the South Pennine moors and the Yorkshire Dales to Bowes, a distance of 127 miles (204 km). This is the complete, official guide for the long-distance walker or the weekend stroller. National Trail Guides are the official guidebooks to the fifteen National Trails in England and Wales and are published in association with Natural England, the official body charged with developing and maintaining the Trails.
9781905864027
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Pennine way Trailblazer

Pennine Way, British Walking Guide: planning, places to stay, places to eat; includes 137 large-scale walking maps (Pennine Way: Edale to Kirk Yetholm
9781845136383
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Ridgeway

Ridgeway (National Trail Guides)
The Ridgeway follows one of the oldest 'green roads' in Europe. It runs for 87 miles (140 km) from Overton Hill in the west, across the Marlborough Downs and the Vale of the White Horse, to Ivinghoe Beacon on the northern edge of the Chilterns, this is the complete, official guide for the long-distance walker or the weekend stroller. All you need is this one book. National Trail Guides are the official guidebooks to the fifteen National Trails in England and Wales and are published in association with Natural England, the official body charged with developing and maintaining the Trails.
9781898481263
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Rucksack Reader The Rob Roy Way

The Rob Roy Way

This new week-long walk runs for 79 miles (126 km) between Drymen and Pitlochry in the highlands, passing some of Scotland's finest lochs and glens. It uses forest and moorland tracks, footpaths, part of a cycle route and some minor road. Much of the Way has links with Scotland's most famous outlaw, Rob Roy MacGregor (1671-1734). The book contains all a walker needs:

  • detailed directions for the official Way and variations
  • planning information for transport and accommodation
  • background information on history, heritage and wildlife
  • lavishly illustrated with over 60 colour photographs
  • drop-down route map (scale 1 :110.000)
  • rucksack-friendly format andwaterproof

 

Pages: 64

Format: 14,5 cm x 22 cm

Language: English

1873756-84-4
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Trailblazer Scottish Highlands

Scottish Highlands

Scotland's Highlands and Islands contain some of the finest mountain scenery in Europe and by far the best way to experience it is on foot.

- 60 day-walks - for all abilities. Graded for difficulty, terrain and strenuousness. Selected from every corner of the region and ranging from well-known peaks such as Ben Nevis and Cairn Gorm to lesser­known hills such as Suilven and Clisham.

- 2-day and 3-day treks - some of the walks have been linked to form multi-day treks such as the Great Traverse.

- 86 walking maps with unique mapping features - walking times, directions, tricky junctions, places to stay and eat, points of interest.

- Public transport information for all access points.

- 62 gateway towns and villages Much more than just a walking guide this book includes guides to 62 gateway towns and villages: what to see on rainy days, where to stay, where to eat; pubs, hotels, B&Bs, campsites, bunkhouses, hostels.

 

Pages: 314
Size:  12 cm x 18 cm

 

9780749562992
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Scottish Highlands & Islands AA

Scottish Highlands and Islands (AA 50 Walks Series)
9781852847364
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Skye Trail

Walking the Skye Trail with a Cicerone Guidebook
This guide provides seven stages of detailed route description covering 127.5km (79 miles) across the magnificent Isle of Skye, from the stunning headland of Rubha Hunish to the island's picturesque capital, Portree, ending at the large village of Broadford. Skye has the power to ignite a special bond with those who come here. Its captivating landscapes of majestic mountains and stunning coastline, as well as its romantic history and local Gaelic culture, call upon visitors to return time and time again. This is a challenging route that takes a week for experienced backpackers, and walkers need to be self-reliant, fit and possess good navigation skills in order to get the best out of the journey.
1-85284-349-7
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Cicerone Hillwalking in Snowdonia

Hillwalking in Snowdonia

This new edition of Steve Ashton's concise guide has been fully updated and produced in colour with the benefit of Ordnance Survey maps, and now provides an even better companion to the hills. Split into the main regions of Snowdon, Carneddau and the Glyders, the guide explores the approaches from each side of the main ranges, and also covers outlying areas including the Rhinogs, Moelwyns, Arans, Eifionydd and Cader Idris.

In total this guide describes 66 superb walking routes.

Pages: 160

Size: 11,5 cm x 17 cm

 

9781852847821
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South Downs way - Cicerone

The South Downs Way

Described East-West and West-East

Guidebook for walking the South Downs Way National Trail, a glorious 100-mile (160km) national trail between Winchester and Eastbourne through the South Downs National Park, described in both directions over 12 stages. Easy walking on many ancient and historical tracks, fine wooded areas, delightful river valleys and lovely little villages.
9781845135652
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South Downs Way - Nat.Trail Guide

South Downs Way (National Trail Guides)

The South Downs Way runs for 100 miles over the chalk down land of Sussex and Hampshire, from Eastbourne to Winchester. It is one of only two National Trails that can be used not only by walkers but also by cyclists and horse-riders for its entire length. This is the complete, official guide for the long-distance walker or the weekend stroller. All you need is this one book. National Trail Guides are the official guidebooks to the 15 National Trails in England and Wales and are published in association with Natural England, the official body charged with developing and maintaining the Trails

9781905864423
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South Downs Way Trailblazer

South Downs Way wandelgids Winchester To Eastbourne - Trailblazer
South Downs Way wandelgids Walking 160 km - British Walking Guide with 60 large-scale walking maps, places to stay, places to eat - the length of the Downs is the best way to experience this beautiful landscape with its mixture of rolling hills, steep hanging woodland and windswept fields. You'll also pass through picture-postcard villages with welcoming pubs, thatched cottages and quintessentially English country gardens.

- Includes 60 walking maps - the largest-scale maps available At a scale of just under 1:20,000 (8cm or 3-1/8 inches to 1 mile) these are bigger than even the most detailed walking maps currently available in the shops.
- Unique mapping features Walking times, directions, tricky junctions, places to stay, places to eat, points of interest. These are not general-purpose maps but fully-edited maps drawn by walkers for walkers.
- Itineraries for all walkers Whether hiking the 100-mile route in its entirety or sampling the highlights on day walks or short breaks. Includes detailed public transport information for all access points.
- Practical information for all budgets What to see, where to stay, where to eat: pubs, hotels, B&Bs, camping, bunkhouses, hostels.
9780907055174
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South West Coast Path

South West Coast Path - Complete guide to the longest national trail.
The book is 196 pages and contains everything a walker needs to know to walk the whole 630 miles, and includes comprehensive accommodation; a trail description of the trail; suggested itineraries; river crossings; tide tables; local bus details and train information
9781845136406
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South West Coast Path - Minehead to Padstow

South West Coast Path: Minehead to Padstow

The South West Coast Path is the spectacular 630-mile (1008-km) National Trail around the tip of Britain. This volume features the section of the Path from Minehead to Padstow, a distance of 163 miles (262 km). The Trail traces the beautiful coastline, through Exmoor National Park, Clovelly and Tintagel, following Natural England's acorn waymarks. This is the complete, official guide for the long distance walker or the weekend stroller.

9781845136413
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South West Coast Path - Padstaw to Falmouth

South West Coast Path. Padstow to Falmouth (National Trail Guides)

The South West Coast Path is the spectacular 630-mile (1008 km) National Trail around the tip of Britain. This volume features the section of the Path from Padstow to Falmouth, a distance of 169 miles (271 km). Following Natural England's acorn waymarks, the route hugs the coast right around Land's End and the Lizard, via the ports of St Ives and Penzance, This is the complete, official guide for the long-distance walker or the weekend stroller. National Trail Guides are the official guidebooks to the fifteen National Trails in England and Wales and are published in association with Natural England, the official body charged with developing and maintaining the Trails.

9781854586384
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South West England Coastal Walks

Coastal Walks in South West England (Pathfinder Guides)
Are you planning a holiday to Devon, Cornwall or the Jurassic Coast? Do you enjoy a walk with stunning coastal scenery? The South West Coast Path is the UK's most popular National Trail - with Tintagel voted the 'best walk in Britain' in a survey of 4,000 readers of Country Walking magazine. Pathfinder(R) Guide to Coastal Walks in South West England takes walkers and holidaymakers to the most scenic sections of the South West Coast without needing to walk all 635 miles. Selected from Pathfinder(R) Guides covering South West England, this collection of 30 coastal walks ranges from 2-13 miles in length and is suitable for walkers of all abilities. With walks ranging from family rambles to challenging hikes, each circular walk takes in some of the many delights of the dramatic coastline of South West England from Somerset and Devon to Cornwall and Dorset. The walks are selected by an author who specialises in outdoor writing in southwest England and who has written several walking books on Cornwall, Dorset and North Devon. Eeach walk in Pathfinder(R) Guide to Coastal Walks in South West England is accompanied by clear, large-scale Ordnance Survey route maps and GPS waypoints to help you navigate your walk with ease. There is also a wealth of useful information accompanying each walk, including good pubs nearby and places of interest en route. So if you're planning a holiday to Cornwall, visiting relatives in Poole Harbour in Dorset or want to discover some of the hidden coastline on your doorstep at Minehead on the edge of the Exmoor National Park, enjoy the unparalleled diversity of the British coast with a beautifully scenic coastal stroll from Pathfinder(R) Guide to Coastal Walks in South West England. Pathfinder(R) Guides are Britain's best loved walking guides. Made with durable covers, they are the perfect companion for countryside walks throughout Britain. Each title features circular walks with easy-to-follow route descriptions, tried and tested by seasoned walkers and accompanied by beautiful photography and clear Ordnance Survey mapping. The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, so there is something for everyone.
0-7495-4059-1
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AA The AA 100 Walks in Southeast England

The AA 100 Walks in Southeast England

Explore the best of southeast England

100 mapped walks in rural and urban areas, along spectacular coast, in shady woodland and elegant parkland.

Clear, easy-to-follow route descriptions for each walk

Walks of 2 to 10 miles

Organised by county in the region

Graded for steepness and designed to suit all levels of ability

Written by a team of local walks experts

 

Pages.:112
Dimensions:  23,5 cm x 11 cm.

Language: Englisch

9780954421700
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PM Southern Highlands

Southern Highlands

This guide features 40 circular walks in the fascinating hill country of the Southern Highlands.

From the craggy peaks of Argill to the high mountain ridges of Perthshire, the Southern Higlands contain some of Scotland's most varied landscapes.

The routes in this volume take in all of the Munros, many of the Corbetts and a number of other great hills in this popular region.

Glen Lyon, Kinross to Callander, The Arrochar Alps, The Trossachs to the Mamlorn Hills, Hills of Crianlarich and Tyndrum

No. of pages:   96
Size:  10,5 cm x 15 cm
Illustrations: lots of colour photos and maps

 

9781852847401

Southern Uplands

Walking in the Southern Uplands

44 best hill days in southern Scotland

Guidebook to 44 varied day walks and over 100 summits in the Southern Uplands of Scotland, stretching south-west from Edinburgh to the English border, including the Galloway and Pentland Hills. Between 2 and 29km, there is something for all seasons and all abilities in remote and rugged hill country.
1-85284-331-4
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Cicerone Speyside Way

Speyside Way

Leading from the coast at Spey Bay and Buckie and covering 80 miles as it follows the majestic Spey through to Aviemore, The Speyside Way is an introduction to one of the most beautiful and interesting parts of Scotland. Not primarily a test of endurance, the way passes through fishing vi lIages, arable and then I ivestock farms, through the heartland of the Scotch whisky industry and then into the wilder northern Cairngorms before stopping (officially) at Aviemore, with access to a wide range of summer and winter activities and sports.

 

Pages: 112
Size:  11,5 cm x 17,5 cm

 

9781898481270
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Rucksack Reader The Speyside Way

The Speyside Way

The Speyside Way captures the spirit of Scotland, running from the fishing port of Buckie, 50 miles east of  Inverness, along the lovely valley of the River Spey, to the foothills of the Cairngorm mountains. Walk up to 84 miles through countryside rich in wildlife, malt whisky and tradition. This is the essential trail guide, written by hikers for hikers, printed on waterproof paper in rucksack­friendly format. It contains all you need to plan and enjoy your holiday:

  • full colour fold-down map showing the whole route and its two 'spurs' (1:100,000)
  • the Way in sections, with summaries of distance, terrain and where to find food and drink
  • concise background on the River Spey and its wildlife
  • information about side-trips and visitor attractions
  • planning information for travel by car, train, bus or plane
  • special notes for novices and checklists of equipment.

Pages: 64

Format: 14,5 cm x 22 cm

978184831312
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9781841831312

ST. Cuthbert's Way

St Cuthbert's Way: Official Trail Guide
This 100k (60 mile) walk was opened in 1996 and has rapidly increased in popularity. Visiting a number of places closely associated with St Cuthbert's life, the journey is full of historical interest and natural beauty. It can be tackled in its entirety, or sections can be walked separately, making an ideal day or weekend outing. Today's pilgrims link Melrose in the Scottish Borders with the Holy Island causeway at Beal. In the right conditions, the path across the sand here makes a superb finale to the walk. This completely revised edition of the Official Guide adds a new link to Berwick-upon-Tweed as an option at the end of the route. It is illustrated in full color with photographs throughout and OS strip maps at the opening of each section. Full of information about the historical and natural features of the route, the Guide also covers appropriate equipment for walkers, way-marking, car parking, accommodation and the Country Code.
9781780591827
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Tarka Line Walks

Tarka Line Walks

by Peter Craske
With 60 rail routes, starting and finishing at one of the 13 Tarka Line stations Tarka Line Walks is the ideal way to explore the surrounding Devon countryside. Each walk has large-scale OS maps, colour photography and clear walk descriptions plus commentary on features and history en-route.
9781852846602
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Uist & Barra

Walking on Uist and Barra
A guidebook to walking on the Uists and Barra, in the Outer Hebrides - with 40 graded day walks on Berneray, North Uist, Grimsay, Benbecula, South Uist, Eriskay, Barra, Vatersay and Mingulay. Routes range from easy beach walks to mountainous excursions and explore rugged hills, awesome sea cliffs, moorland and lochs.
9781852847524
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Wales Coast Path - Walking

The Wales Coast Path

Llwybr Arfordir Cymru

 single guidebook to walking the whole Wales Coast Path - 1400km (870 miles) the length of Wales from Chester to Chepstow, including Anglesey, described in 57 stages. The route passes through the Snowdonia and Pembrokeshire National Parks and many AONBs and can be linked with the Offa's Dyke Path for a complete circuit of Wales.
9780749555511
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Waterside 50 walks AA

Waterside Walks in Britain 50 Walks - AA Wandelgids
Enjoy the best of Britain's waterside areas with this handy collection of guided walks. Each of the 50 themed walks featured is ideal for walkers of all levels and has been researched by the AA's walk experts. Locations include seashores, rivers, canals, inland lakes, streams, and reservoirs, and places of interest as well as where to stop for refreshments are all clearly marked. Each walk has its own easy-to-follow two-color map on which the route is marked. With lots of helpful tips, this is the ideal companion to a family day out.
9781852848576
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West Highland Way -- Cicerone

The West Highland Way + 1/25.000 route map

by Terry Marsh

Guidebook to walking the West Highland Way National Trail, a 95-mile Scottish long-distance route from Milngavie near Glasgow to Fort William, passing Loch Lomond and crossing Rannoch Moor. Suggested itineraries over 6 to 9 days. Includes accommodation guide and pull-out 1:25K OS map booklet.

9781905864508
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West Highland Way - Trailblazer

West Highland Way 5ed.

The West Highland Way passes through some of the most spectacular scenery in all of Britain. From the outskirts of Glasgow it winds for 95 miles (152km) along the wooded banks of Loch Lomond, across the wilderness of Rannoch Moor, over the mountains above Glencoe to a dramatic finish at the foot of Ben Nevis – Britain’s highest mountain.

Includes 53 walking maps – the largest-scale maps available At a scale of just under 1:20,000 (8cm or 31/8 inches to one mile) these are bigger than the most detailed walking maps currently available in the shops

Unique mapping features – walking times, directions, tricky junctions, places to stay and eat, points of interest. These are not general-purpose maps but fully-edited maps drawn by walkers for walkers

Itineraries for all walkers – whether hiking the 95-mile route in its entirety or sampling the highlights on day walks or short breaks. Includes detailed public transport information for all access points

Practical information for all budgets – what to see, where to stay, where to eat: pubs, hotels, B&B, camping, bunkhouses, hostels

Plus – Glasgow city guide: with full practical details; Glasgow to Milngavie walking guide: walk from the city centre to the official start of the Way; Ben Nevis guide: climb Britain’s highest peak

Fully updated - the entire route has been re-walked and all details re-checked for this new edition.

192 pages
64 maps
40 colour photos
120mm x 180mm

9781780271156
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Aurum Press The West Highland Way

The West Highland Way

The 93-mile West Highland Way is indisputably Britain's most. spectacular long-distance path. The first section, following the eastern shore of Loch Lomond, offers an idyllic waterside walk, .

with the full grandeur of the Highlands gradually revealing itself. Then, after crossing the barren wilderness of Rannoch Moor, the walker climbs the Devil's Staircase above Glencoe and traverses classic Highland landscapes to reach Fort William and, if he or she wishes, a grand finale at the peak of Britain's highest mountain, Ben Nevis. This comprehensive, easy-to-use guide is an authoritative companion, packed with indispensable information.

  • detailed descriptions, including points of interest, for
  • each stage of the path
  • 1 :25 000 Ordnance Survey maps specially prepared to accompany the text
  • key sites numbered in the text and on the maps for easy identification
  • routes to the summits of Ben Lomond and Ben Nevis, the two 3000-foot-plus mountains lying just off the Way
  • colour photographs throughout
  • introductory section giving the historical and geological background to the area
  • distance checklist to help you plan overnight stays and check your progress
  • reference section with useful addresses and advice on accommodation and transport

Author: Anthony Burton

Pages: 144

Size: 13 cm x 21 cm

9780749555535
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Wildlife 50 walks AA

50 Wildlife Walks in Britain AA wandelgids

Enjoy the best of Britain's wildlife areas with this handy selection of guided walks. Each of the 50 themed walks featured is ideal for walkers of all levels and has been researched by the AA's walk experts. Locations include nature reserves, wildlife parks, towns, villages, and open countryside, and places of interest as well as where to stop for refreshments are all clearly marked. Each walk has its own easy-to-follow 2-color map, on which the route is marked. With lots of helpful tips, this is the ideal companion to a family day out.

9781845136437
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Yorkshire Wolds Way

Yorkshire Wolds Way (National Trail Guides)
The Yorkshire Wolds Way runs for the 79 miles (127km) over the gently rolling chalk hills between Hessle Haven and the Cliffs above Filey. Beginning by the Humber estuary, you can follow the Countryside Agency's acorn waymarks through wooded slopes and valleys, past the deserted medieval village of Wharram Percy to the geological curiosity of Filey Brigg. This Official National Trail Guide, published in associaytion with Natural England, the countrryside agency who adminster England's fifteen official long-distance footpaths, is the perfect companion for the dedicated walker and the weekend stroller.