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The Mountains of England and Wales: Vol 1 Wales

The Nuttalls are hills over 2000ft high in England and Wales. The 190 Nuttalls in Wales are split into: Carneddau, Glyders, Snowdon, Moel Hebog, Moelwyns, Arenigs, Berwyns, Arans, Rhinogs, Cadair Idris, central Wales, Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons. Definitive lists, detailed route descriptions, maps and drawings of Wales' highest peaks.

Seasons

Year-round walking, but be prepared for conditions when walking in winter.

Centres

Many of the peaks are in and around Snowdonia, so Llanberis, Betwys-y-Coed are good places to stay. Also covers Cader Idris, the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons.

Difficulty

The full range of British hill walking from rounded grassy hills to Crib Goch. As hard as you want to make it, or as easy.

Must See

Every 2000ft peak in Wales - who needs more?
ISBN
9781852845940
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Published
Published
14 May 2009
Reprinted
27 Nov 2023
Edition
Third
Pages
248
Size
17.20 x 11.60 x 1.40cm
Weight
270g
Overview

Guidebook to walking 190 Nuttall 2000ft mountains in Wales in 49 routes. Summits split into: Carneddau, Glyders, Snowdon, Moel Hebog, Moelwyns, Arenigs, Berwyns, Arans, Rhinogs, Cadair Idris, central Wales, Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons. New edition with definitive lists, detailed route descriptions, maps and drawings of Wales' highest peaks includes three newly-confirmed summits and full updates of all routes, including current details of maps required, parking and services available at the start of routes.

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John Nuttall Cicerone author NUTTAL

By John Nuttall

John and Anne Nuttall are the authors of the popular Mountains of England and Wales as well as nine other guidebooks. For 18 years they wrote a weekly column for the Manchester Evening News and in over 900 walks are experts on walking in North West England.

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By Anne Nuttall

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