David & Heather Pitt, who re-created Alfred Wainwright's famous 1938 'Pennine Journey', with maps by Ron Scholes and illustrations by Colin Bywater, here describe a new 76-mile long-distance walk from Kirkby Stephen to Settle. This pictorial guide follows a route through this picturesque and, in parts, demanding area of Cumbria and North Yorkshire - with a short diversion into Lancashire. It can be used...
The summit of Helvellyn on a handy size, light, waterproof and tear-resistant map at 1:12,500 from Harvey Map Services, ideal for mountaineering in poor weather conditions. Coverage extends from the summit of White Side in the north to Dollywaggon Pike on the southern edge of the map.
Richard Williamson's weekly walking column has long been one of the most popular features in the "Chichester Observer", "Worthing Observer" and "West Sussex Gazette". Now, following the format that has proved such a hit over the years, for the first time he has compiled his favourite walks - one for every week of the year - with hand-drawn route maps. His knowledge and love of the timeless South Downs lands...
25 walks, all circular and about 3 to 4 miles long. They are never too steep or difficult, and can be walked at an easy pace in about one and a half to two hours, allowing time to admire the view or look at the birds or wild flowers along the way. They are all chosen for their variety of scenery, including particular places of beauty or interest.
The Manifold Trail linear walk, and 12 circular walks, take the walker on a journey along the length of the River Manifold, from its source in the high and remote mooreland at Flash to the popular wooded valleys of Illam and Dovedale where the Manifold becomes a tributary of the River Dove.
Ranging from a short stroll to more strenuous hikes, the 25 walks in this compilation take in the stunning scenery and richness of wildlife found throughout the Lake District. Clear and easy-to-follow maps accompany each walk.
Key note: 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 wal...
Literature and a love of the English countryside are natural companions. Walking the Literary Landscape brings the two together in a collection of 20 circular routes in the north of England, all between 3 and 9 miles (5 and 15 kilometres) in length. The walks explore the physical settings that inspired some of our greatest literature. Walk in the footsteps of writers like Arthur Ransome, who drew inspirat...
St. Cuthbert's Way, a 100km / 62.5 mile route from Melrose in the Scottish Borders through the Northumberland National Park to the Holly Island of Lindisfarne, presented at 1:40,000 on a GPS compatible, light, waterproof and tear-resistant map from Harvey Map Services. The route is shown on six panels, with additional small street plans of Melrose, Wooler and Holy Island. Map legend and the accompanying not...
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The western part of the Yorkshire Dales on a waterproof and tear-resistant, contoured and GPS compatible map at 1:40,000 from Harvey Map Services showing local right of way paths, long-distance hiking routes, off road cycling routes, etc.
Shaftesbury, Cranborne Chase, Poole, Wimborne Minster and Blandford Forum area on a detailed topographic and GPS compatible map No. 118, waterproof version, from the Ordnance Survey’s 1:25,000 Explorer series.