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UK Cycle Route Planner

Fietskaart Ultimate UK cycle route planner - map | Excellent Books
All of the UK's signed cycle routes brought together on one map - now a comprehensively updated and expanded 2nd edition. Using the outstanding quality and detail of Times Comprehensive Atlas mapping, Sustrans' National Cycle Network and other popular cycle trails are featured and defined - traffic free or on road. Family cyclists will love the listed traffic-free trails.
Other routes include regional routes such as county cycle ways and those National Trails on which bikes are allowed such as the Pennine Bridleway and the Ridgeway. Many hundreds of miles of minor road routes have been added for the 2nd edition and links to signed cross-channel routes such as the Avenue Verte (London-Paris) are shown so that long distance route planning is also made easy.
A bespoke key makes the map easy to understand at a glance. The UK's rail network and its myriad of stations is detailed, showing at a glance where and how cyclists can combine bike and train to get access to the country's best cycling.
As the scale of the map makes it suitable for planning rather than navigation, full details are given of where you can get larger scale maps of popular rides, such as the C2C, the Devon Coast to Coast and the Way of the Roses. Also shown are the 2014 Tour de France route sections within the UK.
Superb quality mapping showing thousands of villages, towns and cities linked by the UK's ever expanding
cycle network. 
Compiled by specialist cycle guide publisher Excellent Books, run by established cycle journalist Richard
Sustrans' National Cycle Network, minor roads, National Trails, the UK rail and canal network - all this brought together on one map to make a unique and invaluable planning tool.
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Britain Canoe & kayak Map

Canoe & Kayak Map of Britain 1/650.000
This is a high quality map of mainland Britain which shows the huge extent of canoeing possibilities on rivers, lakes, canals and coast. It is colour-coded to show clearly the nature of these waterways. Southern England and Wales appear on one side of the B1 sheet with Scotland and the North of England on the reverse. The base map is very detailed and shows roads, towns, villages, rivers, streams, lakes and canals with this detail in pastel colours. Over this is superimposed the canoeing information in bright colours so that this stands out. Paddling information includes: tidal rivers and different Grades of river - Flat, classes: 1, 2, 3, 4; Navigations (e.g. canals) used by motorized craft; especially popular canoeing trips are highlighted in yellow; and selected coastal paddles are marked, as are artificial white water courses. This is a new map for the 21st Century - created for the two million canoeists in Britain - to inspire, excite, dream and plan that next journey. Some paddlers will buy this map for the office wall whilst for the newcomer to the sport it answers the question "where can I go paddling next? Information panels give helpful information on access, recommended websites and guidebooks - designed to 'open the doors' to the world of canoeing and kayaking.
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Cumbria Way Footprint map

The Cumbria Way: A Footprint Map-Guide to the 73-Mile Route Between Ulverston & Carlisle
The waterproof Footprint map-guide to the Cumbria Way - the 73 mile (117km) route between Ulverstone and Carlisle. It generally follows well maintained paths and tracks through some of the Lake District's finest scenery. This Footprint map is divided into 5 sections each portrayed on a separate panel. It is marked in miles, starting in Ulversyon. Text describing the route accompanies each section. 1:40,000; waterproof; GPS compatible; based on Ordnance Survey data.
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England 2000 Plus

2000 Plus England Map
2000 Plus England" is a comprehensive, full-colour map of all English summits over 2000ft based on information from "The Mountains of England and Wales - Volume 2 England" by John and Anne Nuttall. This first edition (and companion to "2000 Plus Wales" also by the same author), depicts all 254 summits in England over 2000ft, comprising 111 main peaks and 143 subsidiary tops. Also included for the enthusiast are Snaefell on the Isle of Man and a further 185 minor summits over 2000ft but with insufficient re-ascent to merit similar status. Mountain profiles are interspersed between a comprehensive list of all summits, providing an instantly recognisable silhouette of the mountain ranges and their relative positions. The list also includes heights and a symbol to capture summits attained. Layer tints highlight the relief of the rugged mountain landscape of England and the geographical distribution of all summits. All this within a glossy protective card cover. Further information includes road and rail routes; hostels; coverage of relevant Ordnance Survey 1:50,000 Landranger maps; a simple co-ordinate reference system to relate the summits to the map and vice versa. This is the most comprehensive map of all English summits available. To promote safety in the hills, information about Mountain Rescue England and Wales (MREW) can be found on the inside cover.
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Lake District walking map (1/60.000)

Lake District Collins map
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UK Breaks with Bikes MTB

UK Breaks With Bikes
Max Darkins
"UK Breaks with Bikes" is a mountain biking guidebook to the best riding in the UK's holiday destinations, designed for planning a cycling break or identifying routes near to popular holiday destinations. From classic x-country to family friendly routes, whether you are planning a cycling holiday, or just happen to be on holiday in the UK, this book is a must have for any cyclist. The book uses Ordnance Survey mapping and contains over 100 rides including man made trails, shortcuts and extensions, plus suggested road trip breaks and local tourist attractions for all the family to ensure that a break with a bike is as well informed as possible. Technical information such as directions, route profiles, and GPS coordinates are balanced with local information to help get the most out of a cycling break. It has a unique design, includes inspirational photos and contains over 250 water resistant pages in a ring binder folder - enabling you to carry just the route you need on the ride. This is the 7th guidebook in this format from Max Darkins, published by "Rough Ride Guide" which means that the author is well on his way to achieving his mission of 'getting you out riding the best trails in the UK without any fuss'. The combination of waterproof, removable pages and Ordnance Survey mapping has proved to be very popular.
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West Highland Way Footprint map

West Highland Way - Footprint Maps Wandelkaart
Includes information for planning transport and accommodation, as well as the location of all the services walkers need to enjoy Scotland's most popular long distance footpath.