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A handy guidebook to 11 easy day walks and 4 boat trips in the Scilly Isles. With its mild climate and relaxing atmosphere, the Scilly Isles make an ideal holiday destination. The walks included allow an exploration of the coastlines of the five inhabited islands, as well as some of the smaller Scilly Isles.
This guidebook contains 43 circular day walks in the north and east Yorkshire Dales. It explores the dales, hills and moors between Kirkby Stephen and Pateley Bridge. Walking ranges from gentle three-mile strolls to more strenuous day-long rambles across the Howgills, Wensleydale, Swaledale, Nidderdale, Mallerstang and Coverdale.
Guidebook describing 24 day walks on Jersey in the Channel Isles. Parts of many routes can be combined to make longer routes, including the Jersey Coastal Walk and part of the Channel Islands Way. Good paths and tracks are used, along with quiet country roads. Occasionally rugged cliff paths are used to explore the beautiful coastline.
Guidebook offering detailed descriptions of 40 day walks, plus 10 traffic-free cycle routes along old railway trackbeds. Together they cover 450 miles and spread all over County Durham to show the region's history and natural wonders. The terrain covered ranges from field paths to open moorlands, from the North Sea to the high Pennines.
Guidebook with 87 walks and scrambles on the Isle of Skye. Walks visit the most awe-inspiring scenery on Skye, including Sleat and South-East Skye, Strath, Minginish, Duirinish, Waternish, Trotternish and the Cuillin. Walks range from coastal walks to Munros with exposure for experienced scramblers. Includes history, geology and local information.
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.
This guidebook contains 40 day walks on the Isle of Man. The routes range from 2 to 22km and cover diverse landscape from open moorland and wooded glens to beaches and bare mountain tops, all with OS maps. The emphasis is on short, accessible walks but it is possible to join routes together for a longer trail.
Pocket-sized Fellranger booklet describing 10 routes onto Skiddaw, one of the highest Lake District fells, from all points of the compass, with tips on the safest descents and ridge routes to Skiddaw Little Man, Bakestall and Carl Side. Illustrated with Mark Richards' summit panoramas and topo diagrams, colour photographs and Harvey mapping.
Pocket-sized Fellranger booklet describing 6 routes onto Coniston Old Man, the Lake District's most popular mountain, from all points of the compass, with tips on the safest descents and ridge routes to Brim Fell and Dow Crag. Illustrated with Mark Richards' famous summit panoramas and topo diagrams, colour photographs and Harvey mapping.
Pocket-sized Fellranger booklet of 14 routes onto Helvellyn, one of the highest Lake District fells, from all points of the compass, with tips on the safest descents and ridge routes to Birkhouse Moor, Catstycam, Nethermost Pike and White Side. Illustrated with Mark Richards' summit panoramas and topo diagrams, photographs and Harvey mapping.
Pocket-sized Fellranger booklet describing 10 routes onto England's highest mountain, Scafell Pike, from all points of the compass, with tips on the safest descents and ridge routes to Great End, Scafell and Lingmell. Illustrated with Mark Richards' famous summit panoramas and topo diagrams, colour photographs and Harvey mapping.
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.
A celebration of the very best bothies in the UK as the author shares her memories of 'stone tents' all over the country in remote and wild locations. Packed with expert advice on how to make use of these 'free, old, empty houses' from packing lists to bothy etiquette and the best walks in.
Cicerone's Lakeland Fellranger series is the modern rucksack reference for the discerning fell adventurer. Fellrangers are inspirational and informative, and together the eight books provide a comprehensive guide to the fells of the English Lake District. This limited edition box set contains all eight books in a beautiful case.
This guidebook offers 20 sportive routes in the most challenging and scenic cycling areas of south west England and south Wales. Cornwall, Devon, Somerset and Avon, Dorset, Brecon, Glamorgan and the Welsh Borders all have miles of cycle-friendly roads suitable for sportive training. Graded routes on quiet country roads can be mixed and matched.
This guidebook offers 20 sportive routes in the most challenging and scenic cycling areas of south east England. From the Surrey and Chiltern Hills to the New Forest and Berkshire Downs, the area boasts miles of cycle-friendly roads suitable for sportive training. The graded routes are all on quiet country roads and can be mixed and matched.
A 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.
This guidebook includes over 30 walks to the Jurassic Coast of Devon and Dorset. Stretching between Exmouth and Bournmouth, with some routes venturing inland, the walks range from short easy strolls, to longer challenging walks. The spectacular geology is brought to life with clear cross-sections and timelines.
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.
A UK-oriented guide to geocaching, an accessible, fun and family-friendly outdoor activity that is rapidly growing in popularity. Primarily an introduction for newcomers, but also offering advice for veterans, the step-by-step guide explains all the equipment needed as well as how to identify, find and create your own geocaches.