North Downs Way: National Trail Guide

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The official guide to the National Trail that follows the North Downs, from Farnham to Dover, published in association with Natural England.
North Downs Way, a 245-km/153 mile route from Farnham in Surrey to Dover in Kent via Canterbury or via Folkestone, in a series of walking guides to the National Trails in England and Wales with colour extracts from the Ordnance Survey's Explorer series at 1:25,000 showing points along the route cross-referenced to the text. The maps also indicate nearby places of interest and various facilities including campsites and caravan parks, youth hostels, water points, pubs, information or visitor centres, etc. Also shown are alternative sections of the route and stretches designated as bridleways or suitable for cycling.

The guides are illustrated throughout with colour photos and include an introductory section on the path and the surrounding landscape, plus a chapter of useful information including access to various locations along the route by public transport, a list of tourist information offices and principal overnight stopping places, a bibliography, etc. Current edition of this title was published in January 2016.

To see other titles in the Aurum Press series of guides to the national trails and other long-distance footpaths, please click on the series link.
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Weight 0.000000
Author Saunders, Colin
Availability IP
Department Great Britain and Ireland
Edition Re-issue
Format Paperback
ISBN 9781781315002
Pages 192
Published 07/01/2016
Publisher Aurum Press
Reference 13
Scale 1:25,000
Section GB: South & SE England Travel Guides
Series Great Britain: National Trails and Other Long Distance Paths
Size Unfolded 13x21cm
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