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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: 354Size: 12 cm x 20 cm
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: 226Size: 12 cm x 18 cm
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: 194Size: 12 cm x 18 cm
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: 218Size: 11,5 cm x 17 cm
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: 158Size: 11,5 cm x 17 cm
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
Dimensions: 13,5 cm x 23 cm
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: 128Size: 11,5 cm x 17 cm
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
dimensions: 13 cm x 21 cm
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: 154Size: 11,5 cm x 17 cm
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: 256Size: 11,5 cm x 17 cm
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: 270Format: 12 cm x 17,5 cmLanguage: English
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: 304Format: 12 cm x 17,5 cm
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: 168Format: 13 cm x 21 cmLanguage: English
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: 96Size: 10,5 cm x 15 cmIllustrations: lots of colour photos and maps
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: 210Size: 12 cm x 18 cm
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
- 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.
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:
Format: 14,5 cm x 22 cm
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: 314Size: 12 cm x 18 cm
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.
Size: 11,5 cm x 17 cm
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.:112Dimensions: 23,5 cm x 11 cm.
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
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: 112Size: 11,5 cm x 17,5 cm
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:
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.
Author: Anthony Burton
Size: 13 cm x 21 cm