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    • Cicerone

      Cicerone Way of St. James - Spain

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>A walker's guide to the 778km Pilgrim Road from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port in the foothills of the Pyrenees on the French side to Santiago de Compostela in northwestern Spain and finally to the end of the earth in Finisterre on the Galician coast. Maps and details of features and pilgrim references en route.</p>

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      Cicerone The Alpine Pass Route

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>The Alpine Pass Route crosses Switzerland from east to west from the ancient town of Sargans to Montreux on the shores of Lake Geneva. Passing through the quieter Alps in the east to the Bernese Oberland, it covers some 325km of mountain and valley and crossed 16 passes with almost 18,000m of height gain in fifteen stages.</p>

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      Cicerone The Hillwalker's Guide to Mountaineering

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>The Hillwalker’s Guide to Mountaineering features the techniques, gear and approaches that the active and ambitious hillwalker needs to be equipped with to competently tackle Britain's classic mountaineering challenges. Covers the use of the rope to abseil, belay and protect ascents and descents, placement of protection, gear selection, navigation, survival, scrambling and first aid skills.</p>

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      Cicerone Backpacker's Britain Ð Wales

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>25 two- or three-day walks into the most scenic and wild parts of Wales, from Snowdon, the Glyderau and Carneddau in the north, down to the Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons and Fforest Fawr ranges in the south including the superb ridges of the Arans, Arenigs, Berwyns and Cadair Idris, the Cwmdeuddwr hills and Plynlimon.</p>

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      Cicerone South West Coast Path

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>Britain's longest waymarked trail measures 1015km (630 miles) from Minehead to Poole along the north Devon, Cornish south Devon and Dorset coastline. The route is divided into 45 day-stages, and could be completed within four weeks. With accommodation advice and local information.</p>

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      Cicerone Chamonix-Zermatt

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>The classic walk in the shadow of great peaks from Mont Blanc to the Matterhorn, the Chamonix to Zermatt route skirts the northern slopes of the Pennine Alps. Described in 14 stages (180km, 11 passes and 12,000m of ascent and descent), this is one of the most beautiful treks in europe.</p>

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      Cicerone Walking in the Cairngorms

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>In over 100 walks, this guidebook explores Britain's biggest mountain range Ð including 23 Munro summits and the smaller hills outside the main range. Covers the Cairngorms between Speyside and Deeside, as well as Lochnagar. Mountain routes, and mid- and low-level walks make the guide suitable for all abilities.</p>

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      Cicerone The Offa's Dyke Path

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>Guidebook to walking The Offa's Dyke Path, a National Trail along the Welsh Marches that runs 170 miles from Chepstow in the south to Prestatyn. Route split into 14 stages (average 13 miles). The earthwork dyke was constructed by King Offa of Mercia in the 8th century.</p>

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      Cicerone Walking in the North Pennines

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>A guidebook of day walks in the North Pennines AONB, across Cumbria, County Durham and Northumberland in the wildest, remotest parts of northern england. 50 circular walks, including gentle riverside strolls and rugged moorland walks from 8km to 23km, suitable for all abilities and full details of local transport, accommodation and tourist offices.</p>

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      Cicerone The Near eastern Fells

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>Walking guide by Mark Richards covering 35 summits in the Near eastern Fells of the english Lake District, including a variety of ascents, old and new, in the mighty range of hills that sit between Ambleside, Ullswater and Grasmere.</p>

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      Cicerone Walking in the Sierra Nevada

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>These 45 walking routes (3kmÐ56km) in the Sierra Nevada, Spain's highest mountain range, provide tremendous scope for the adventurous mountain traveller. Covers the Alta Montana (3000m+), the lower Baja Monta–a, the Alpajurras and Marquesado Forest. Mountain-bike routes also indicated.</p>

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      Cicerone Cycle Touring in Spain

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>A guide to eight 1 - 2 week routes covering Pyrenees and Picos de europa in the North, the Sierras of Demanda, Gredos and Guadarama in central Spain, and the Sierras of Nevada and Grazalama and the Serrania de Ronda in the South. Varying in difficulty, with options to shorten or lengthen stages, or go off-road.</p>

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      Cicerone Scrambles in the Lake District North

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>110 graded scramble routes amongst the Lake District's rocks, gills and crags. Scrambling (rougher walking routes where you'll need to use your hands) is becoming increasingly popular, and is a way of enjoying the wilder Lakeland. This guide covers Wasdale, ennerdale and Buttermere, Borrowdale, Thirlmere, Patterdale, Mardale and Swindale.</p>

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    • Cicerone

      Canyoning in the Alps: Northern Italy and Ticino

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>The Alps rank high among the world's foremost destinations for canyoning. This book brings together 90 of the most celebrated descents in the Alpine regions of northern Italy and Ticino in Switzerland. Divided into five areas, the descents described in the guide present a huge variety of terrain, rock and styles of canyoning. Route difficulty is split into seven grades, from easier canyons suited to beginners, through to the strongest aquatic and technical challenges, which demand experienced rope skills, physical fitness and a calm head for high water. The Alps are home to some of the most extraordinary geological creations in the world, and the range's canyons are no exception, from limestone to granite-gneiss aquaparks. Sights to tempt any canyoner await; from the art-deco sweep of water-carved rock, to knife-thin chasms reaching overhead, to serene blue pools cradled in a natural ampitheatre.The guide introduces routes in Val d'Ossola, Ticino, Lake Como and the Belluno Dolomites through to canyons in Austria and Slovenia. There is information on Alpine geology and the history of Canyoning, as well as details on access and accommodation in each area, advice on technique, risks, preparation and necessary equipment. It is an indispensable companion to any canyoner looking for an exhilarating adventure in the Alps.</p>

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      The Severn Way: The UK's Longest River from Source to Sea

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>The 220 miles of the River Severn, the UK's longest river, run from the heights of Plynlimon in mid-Wales down to the Bristol Channel at Severn Beach, through the historic counties of Shropshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire.As well as a largely downhill walk through peaceful landscapes such as the superb Hafren Forest, easily accessible from the pretty towns along the route, the Severn Way, which follows its course, is also a packed with historical and geographical interest.Divided into four sections that correspond with the four main counties (Powys, Shropshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire) through which the River Severn flows, this guidebook offers all the information walkers need to make the most of their backpacking trip, from source to sea.Description of the official route, with an additional variant start over Plynlimon and route back to Bristol from Severn Beach. Illustrated with OS map extracts. Plenty of background information about all the places passed along the way.Seasons: May to September should avoid both the usual periods of flooding and the glutinous aftermath they bring.Centres: Main centres are Worcester and Gloucester; marginally lesser centres are Newtown, Welshpool, Shrewsbury, Bridgnorth, Stourport and Tewkesbury, plus numerous small villages and hamlets.Difficulty: Any regular walker would find no difficulty following the Severn Way; once descended from the Hafren Forest and the upper Severn, then easy riparian loveliness ensues all the way to Severn Beach. Equipment and clothing for day walking is adequate, plus extra in the way of liquid and food.Must See: Flowing through the most superb landscapes and past appealing towns and villages, the River Severn pulls together threads of history, trade, commerce, civil war and the lives of ordinary folk. That walkers should want to trace its course, its many twists and turns, is hardly surprising, not least because this is the longest</p>

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      Walking the Julian Alps of Slovenia

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>This guidebook contains 60 walks which explore the best of the Julian Alps of Slovenia. The walks and treks in this guidebook are organised around five bases in the Julian Alps – Kranjska Gora, Bovec, Kobarid, Bled and Bohinj – all of which have a range of accommodation and public transport facilities.There is something here for everyone – from easy valley walks and rougher forest trails to high-mountain protected routes, some of which require Alpine mountaineering experience. Several possibilities for multi-day walks are included.The Julian Alps are situated in the small independent republic of Slovenia, at the south-eastern end of the Alpine chain. their highest peak, Triglav, at 2,864 metres, may be smaller than some of the better-known western giants, but what the mountains lack in stature they make up for in interest and accessibility. The dramatic limestone peaks drop steeply through forests to flower meadows, and will give you a feast for the eyes no matter which direction you turn.</p>

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      Walking and Trekking Iceland

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>This walking and trekking guidebook offers a total of 49 day walks and ten multi-stage treks set right across the magnificent country of Iceland.With three national parks including the mighty Vatnajokull, it is a country of incredible beauty, and its capital, Reykjavik, is an established and easy-to-get-to destination. Including popular, such as the classic Laugavegur Trail from Landmannalaugar to Porsmork, as well as lesser-known trails, the guide is split into twelve sections that cover all the best walking and trekking to be had in and around Iceland's amazing and awe-inspiring volcanic, glacial landscapes.The routes range in difficulty from easy walks to challenging treks and give readers all the information they need to experience this wonderfully unique destination on foot. Venturing inland to the remote interior and captivating ice caps, and across glaciers, past lakes and around coastlines and geothermal areas, Paddy Dillon's guide to this 'Land of Ice and Fire' encourages visitors to explore all that Iceland has to offer, and will inspire lovers of the great outdoors to return time and time again. The guide gives lots of tips for travellers on a budget as well as details on public transport and accommodation.</p>

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      Great Mountain Days in Snowdonia

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>A guide to 40 great mountain day walks and scrambles in Snowdonia, Wales, UK by Terry Marsh. Inspirational new routes for all abilities across the National Park in Snowdon and Moel Eilio, the Glyderau, the Carneddau, Eifionydd, Siabod and the Moelwynion, Rhinogydd (the Harlech Dome), Migneint and the Arans and Cadair Idris and the Tarrens.</p>

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      Pocket First Aid and Wilderness Medicine

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>This longstanding and highly acclaimed book, now in its 11th edition, should be required reading for anyone venturing into remote areas.Wilderness travel involves a degree of risk. Minimizing these risks, while feeling confident in your ability to deal with any potential injury or illness, is part of the challenge and satisfaction.Pocket First Aid and Wilderness Medicine provides the basic information on a multitude of medical problems but is still small enough to take with you whenever you need it.Part 1: The Fundamentals covers preparation, prevention, general care for the sick and injured, the use of medications and pain managementPart 2: Accident and Illness Protocol explains the procedure to follow in any accident and illness situation, including how to deal with life-threatening situations and making a diagnosisPart 3: Problems and Their Tratment covers specific accidents and illnessesThe appendices include a medication chart, suggested first aid kits for different circumstances, how to use the Lake Louise Score, an altitude illness flowchart, sample rescue request forms and a directory of useful contacts and information sources.</p>

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    • Cicerone

      Walking in the Wye Valley

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>This guidebook includes 30 day-walks in the stunning and varied lands of the Wye Valley. From its source on Plynlimon in the Welsh Cambrian mountains, down along the Wales-England border through Hay-on-Why, Hereford and Chepstow to the Severn Estuary. The routes in this guide are circular, and range in length between five and fifteen kilometres.Every route description is accompanied by an annotated OS map, and includes details on points of interest along the way to enhance your wandering. The Wye Valley is known for its beauty and wide range of scenery; a walkers' paradise at any time of year. From the high moorland near the source, down through gentle green hills, before diving into the woods and limestone gorge near the sea.Practical details such as the amount of ascent and timings information are included for every walk, as are details on public transport and parking facilities. Other useful information on the river's history, geology and wildlife ensure that this is an ideal companion to exploring the impressive range of walking the Wye Valley offers.</p>

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      Walking in Umbria

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>This guidebook by Italian walking expert Gillian Price describes 40 varied circular day walks in the region of Umbria, set between Rome and Florence and dotted with Unesco World Heritage towns such as Orvieto, Norcia, Perugia, Gubbio, Spoleto and Assisi. The landscape, like that of neighbouring Tuscany, is one of rolling hills and deep woodlands, without the crowds of other well-known holiday regions in Italy. Walks cross flower meadows, wander down river valleys and also climb onto rugged hills and Apennine mountains, visiting Roman and Etruscan ruins as well as myriad ancient villages. This, the first comprehensive English-language walking guidebook to Umbria, also includes lots of practical information about recommended gear and maps to take and tips on local food, wildlife and culture, as well as useful tourist, accommodation and transport information and a brief Italian-English glossary. This is all you will need for your spring or autumn walking holiday exploring the 'green heart' of Italy.</p>

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      The Ceredigion and Snowdonia Coast Paths

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>Step-by-step guide to backpacking along the Ceredigion and Snowdonia Coast Paths, down the coast of mid-Wales between Porthmadog and the Llyn Peninsula and St Dogmaels and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, 233 kilometres (147 miles) of varied long-distance walking to fill an extended fortnight's holiday or a series of long weekends and day walks. The route passes through contrasting landscapes from Snowdonia's coastal plains to dramatic cliffs and even ventures inland around the beautiful Dyfi Estuary and over some coastal hills with breathtaking sea views. Backpackers can choose from tiny fishing villages to university towns for their overnight accommodation over the 16 stages and there are many historic and geological sights to explore, all described as you pass them on the route. The route is illustrated with OS map extracts as well as extra sketch maps of tricky sections and lots of information is included about public transport links, accommodation and facilities to help you plan how to tackle the trail.</p>

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      The End to End Cycle Route: Land's End to John O'Groats

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>Thousands of people cycle the UK from end to end every year, for charity or just for the challenge. This book offers a comprehensive guide to a tried and tested cycle route from Lands End to John o Groats (LEJOG), designed to avoid the busier A roads and take in the best scenery from Dartmoor to Dounreay.The junction by junction description of the Lands End to John o Groats cycle route, is in 14 day stages averaging just over 70 miles, illustrated with clear customised OS mapping and profiles so riders know exactly what to expect. All the grid key references are included for use with GPS navigation devices (or conventional maps).The end to end cycle route can be tackled at any time of year, although good weather and clear visibility will make a far more enjoyable experience. The best time to cycle the route is from late March until late October, when the days are longer and warmer.The route takes in some stunning areas of Britain including Dartmoor, the Welsh Marches, the Lake District, Loch Lomond and the Great Glen, cycling through National Parks, AONBs and SSSI on the way, and key historical features are described along the way.• Extensive accommodation, cycle shop and tourist office listings• OS grid refs cited throughout for GPS navigation• Tips on preparation and gear for novice cycle tourers</p>

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      Walking Highland Perthshire: 80 Routes Exploring Mountains and Passes

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>With over 80 routes, this handy guidebook by an expert author offers walkers many opportunities to explore the ridges, plateaus, glens and woodland of highland Perthshire. The area covered here relates to the old county boundary and is bound by the Dalwhinnie to the north, Crieff and Dunkeld to the south east and stretching to Bridge of Orchy in the west. The long grass slopes and peaty cols provide a wealth of walking opportunitites, on heather and pebble-strewn plateaux and rounded ridges. And in March and April the soggy grass becomes crisp snow, the boggy cols freeze over and Ben Lawers and Meall nan Tarmachan look all Alpine along the skyline. The graded routes described here include all 42 Munros in the area as well as 22 selected Corbetts, 15 smaller summits and the historic Atholl passes of Gaick and Minigaig – all within easy reach of Perth. Routes are grouped into ten geographical areas: Comrie and Crieff, Killin and Glen Lochay, Glen Lyon, Bridge of Orchy, Perth and Dunkeld, Aberfeldy, Tummel and Loch Rannoch, Rannoch Moor, Pitlochry and Blair Atholl and Drumochter. A combination of 1:50,000 and 1:100,000 mapping is included as appropriate along with the author's unforgettable photographs.</p>

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      Cicerone The end to end Trail

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>Outlines the 1935km (1200 mile) route from Land's end to John O'Groats, concentrating on the 'missing links' between the main long-distance trails covered in other guides. The route is divided into 61 daily stages averaging just less than 32km (20 miles).</p>

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      Cicerone The Mountains of Andorra

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>Andorra is still mysterious, but accessible. 60 routes including numerous paths with scrambles, straightforward peaks, via ferratas and a week-long Andorra circuit. Covers Arinsal, Sispony, Arcalis and Angonella, Valls Sorteny and Rialb, Montcaup, Ordino, Casamanya, Valls del Riu, Ransol, D'Incles, Circ de Pessons, Cortals and Vall del Madrui.</p>

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      Walking in the New Forest: 30 Walks in the New Forest National Park

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>30 easy walks, of between 3 and 10 miles in length, cover all areas of the New Forest National Park in this guide. The walks can be shortened or lengthened to suit walkers of all capabilities, as well as easily combined to create more strenuous full-day challenges. William the Conqueror set the New Forest aside as royal hunting ground in 1079, so it is a unique area that has been protected and nurtured by ancient laws for over 900 years. It gained National Park status in 2005, helping to further conserve and enhance the natural beauty of the landscape for future generations. Featuring forests, beautiful ancient woodlands, open heather-clad heaths, many streams and rivers and a lengthy stretch of coastline, each walk has many points of interest including historic churches, ancient sites, colourful gardens, peaceful rivers and pretty villages with thatched cottages.</p>

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      Cycling the Pennine Bridleway: Lancashire and the Yorkshire Dales

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>The northern stages of the Pennine Bridleway, from the Mary Towneley Loop in northern Lancashire through to Ravenstonedale in Cumbria, offer exceptional off-road riding in one of the most beautiful and unspoilt areas of Britain, on dedicated, waymarked trails. Classic trails rejuvenated, newly-built river crossings and, most exciting of all, sections of specially-developed bridleway are all out there, just waiting to be discovered!This guidebook describes over 176km of the Bridleway, from Summit, near Rochdale, up to Ravenstonedale, through the rugged landscape of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, as well as 11 exciting, graded MTB loops based on the Bridleway but taking in other, less well-known stretches of trail, making a total of 384km of unrivalled mountain biking.There's something new here from everyone – from the novice rider to the trail-hardened pro and from cyclists trying the Yorkshire Dales for the first time to those who think they know them well.• Routes clearly described and illustrated with profiles and OS mapping extracts• Data on distance, ascent, grading, timing and percentage of route off-road at the start of every description for quick selection• Full information about local facilities, useful contacts, accommodation and bike shops</p>

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      The High Tatras: Slovakia and Poland

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>Guidebook to walking in the High Tatras mountains on the Poland-Slovakia border, and the neighbouring White and Western Tatras ranges. Describes the network of waymarked routes throughout the ranges and suggests walking itineraries. Full background information on walking in the Tatras. Stunning scenery and wildlife.</p>

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      Walking on Jura, Islay and Colonsay

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>This guidebook to Jura, Scarba, Islay and Colonsay in the Hebrides contains route descriptions for 14 challenging day walks plus a 5-day 77km coastal walk on Jura. The day routes range from 5 to 30km and cover a multitude of rough terrain that is suitable for fit, competent walkers. Even the coastal walks offer challenges.</p>

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      Winter Climbs Ben Nevis and Glen Coe

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>A guidebook to the best winter climbing in Britain, around Scotlands Ben Nevis and Glencoe. All the buttresses, ridges and gullies on the north east face of Ben Nevis, Carn Dearg, Aonachs Mor and Beag, the Mamores, Glencoe, Aonach Dubh, Bidean nam Bian, Coire Gabhail, Buchaille Etive Mor, Glen Etive and Stob a' Ghlais Choire. 960 routes, 89 photo topos.</p>

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      The Swiss Alps

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>The Swiss Alps are home to the highest and most spectacular mountains in Western Europe. This stunning guidebook describes each mountain area throughout Switzerland – the peaks, passes, valleys and bases – to help you identify the best destinations to plan your trip.Questions such as Where to walk, climb or ski? , What multi-day treks are available and Where do they go? , Where are the mountain huts, what are their facilities, which peaks do they serve? And where are the most suitable valley bases? – all these and more are addressed in detail in this essential guidebook.The Swiss Alps does not give detailed route directions but information is given about all the guides and maps available for every region.• Descriptions of all the Swiss Alps, area-by-area from the Chablais Alps in the south west to the Silvretta in the north east• Classic walks and climbs identified, alongside outlines of all the major hut-to-hut trekking routes• Information on maps, guides and accommodation, pinpointing all the mountain huts in the area</p>

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      Walking in the South Wales Valleys

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>The 32 walks in this guidebook give all the information walkers need to enjoy the refreshingly green, lush surroundings of the South Wales Valleys. Full of superb walking opportunities at every turn, the Valleys offer a surprising level of variety crammed into a compact and easily accessible area. Its rich history is highlighted by Iron Age forts, Celtic churches and Norman castles, while the walks in the book often follow the ancient tracks, Roman roads and old packhorse trails that cross the region and are still in use to this day. There are expansive and uplifting views to be had everywhere, with the broad sweep of the Brecon Beacons to the north and the Severn estuary and Devon hills to the south. Its spectacular historic sites, picturesque rivers and canals and a wonderful industrial heritage mean it is a landscape to be slowly savoured and thoroughly enjoyed.</p>

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      The Ridges Of England, Wales And Ireland

      Snow + Rock

      <p>Who could resist a good ridge? Stony tightropes stringing the peaks, gap-toothed like jawbones, chiselled crests spearing out of sea surge or corrie shadow ? these are the stuff of climbing dreams.This book complements Cicerone?s popular Scotland?s Mountain Ridges, describing and celebrating the best routes of this type across the rest of Britain and Ireland, and bringing them all together in one place for the first time. Ranging from balmy (and occasionally barmy) seaside trips and roadside quick fixes to strenuous snowy days in the high hills, the selection described here reflects the diversity of mountaineering and traditional climbing in our islands, and the dazzling patchwork of contrasting landscapes in which these adventures can be enjoyed.There?s a new adventure for everyone here ? scrambling beginners and experienced climbers alike.</p>

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      Lune Valley and Howgills: A Walking Guide

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>Set between the national parks of the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District, and the AONBs of Bowland, and Arnside and Silverdale, the 50 miles of the River Lune and its many tributaries take in some excellent walking country.This guide offers a wide range of walks from the source of the river in the Howgill Fells to Glasson Dock, just below Lancaster, all along the Lune Valley, as well as a comfortable itinerary for walking the length of the river in 6 days.There are magnificent views from the empty hilltops, delightful natural woodlands full of wildlife, stunning secluded side valleys and open moorland vistas to be explored in Yorkshire, Cumbria and Lancashire. And the walks are equally superb at any time of the year.• A range of walks, from 3 to 11 miles, for all abilities • Illustrated with extracts from OS mapping and colour photographs • Includes a suggested 60-mile, 6-day schedule for walking the River Lune from end to end</p>

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      Great Mountain Days in Scotland: 50 Classic Hillwalking Challenges

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>Scotlands mountains are among the wildest in Europe, thinly populated and still lightly touched by modern development. This is a hard empty land of rock, loch and bog, sculpted by glaciers and dominated by the elements but also a land of great beauty, with water and mountains in a unique balance. That rugged beauty, toughness and isolation are what bring hillwalkers, backpackers and fellrunners back time and again for some of the greatest mountain days (and nights) to be found anywhere in the world.Some of the 50 walks described in Great Mountain Days in Scotland are well known classic challenges such as the Lochaber Traverse and Cairngorms 4000-ers while others approach a favourite mountain from a new angle or combine several in a testing way. Each one can be crammed into a single, long day or backpacked over two to spend a little longer in this rugged and addictive landscape. Great Mountain Days in Scotland spans the whole of Scotland from the Southern Uplands to the Outer Hebrides, reflecting the rich diversity of the upland areas and the sheer quality of its finest peaks. This is the third title in the Cicerone Great Mountain Days series, which include the Lake District and Snowdonia.• 50 challenging walking or backpacking routes across Scotland, from 12 to 25 miles long, many with optional scrambles• Several routes feature optional approaches by mountain bike or kayak• Includes an index of 270 summits and ranges featured in the book</p>

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      Hillwalking in Wales Volume 2

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>The second of two guidebooks describing walking routes up every 2,000-footer in Wales covers the Ffestiniog hills to the Tarrens. The routes are arranged alphabetically over the two volumes.</p>

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      Great Mountain Days in the Lake District

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>A guidebook to fifty memorable walks on the high fells of the English Lake District. Graded circular routes equally suitable for the moderately adventurous walker looking for undiscovered areas and for the less experienced walker starting out on the fells.</p>

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      The Hebrides: 50 Walking and Backpacking Routes

      Cotswold Outdoor UK

      <p>An inspirational guidebook to walking in Scotland's Hebrides islands. Fifty adventurous walks on well-known and remote islands; from Syke, Mull, Rum, the Uists and Barra, Ulva, Iona, Eigg and Muck and more besides. Most of the walks provide a full day for experienced walkers, with a few multi-day adventures as well as some shorter routes. The terrain is often rough, rugged and pathless, while waymarking and public transport can, in many places, be hard to find. The challenge of wild walking, and the self-reliance needed to discover the best of the Hebrides, make the islands all the more appealing for adventurous walkers.The walks also include Hebrides classics, like the Skye and Rum Cuillins, the Paps of Jura and full circuits of smaller islands. Each walk combines clear route description with mapping and spectacular photography, while also advising on the route's facilities, public transport access, length and terrain. The result is a collection of the very best walks with which to uncover the wild and rugged beauty of the Hebrides.</p>

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      The Book of the Bothy

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      <p>An introduction to some of the best bothies in the UK. Featuring 26 selected bothies, the author shares her memories of using these free 'stone tents' in some of the country's wildest and most remote locations.Alongside notes on legends and landscape, wildlife and history, the book is full of expert guidance and tips on how to make use of bothies, from packing lists to bothy etiquette and the best walking routes in. Inspiring and fun, the book showcases bothies in Snowdonia, the Brecon Beacons, Lake District, Pennines, the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, and Northumberland, and is a personal celebration of the world of bothying. Hidden away in the hills and mountains of England, Scotland and Wales–for years known only to a lucky few–is a network of huts, cottages and shelters. Completely free to use, these secretive refuges can be life-savers, quick stops and destinations in themselves.The network of British bothies is cared for by the Mountain Bothies Association, and day-to-day by the walkers, climbers and mountain lovers who rest there.</p>

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      £12.95

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      Cicerone Walking in the Dolomites

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>Any one of these 28 fabulous multi-day walks make for a memorable holiday in Italy's breathtaking Dolomite mountains. everything, from a stroll through woods and meadows to family routes, steep rocky zigzag passages and hands-on clambers, is covered. Breathtaking alpine scenery, well-graded paths, excellent mountain refuges, good access from centres.</p>

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      Cicerone Tour of Mont Blanc

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>An essential guidebook for anyone walking the Tour of Mont Blanc. The 170km circuit typically takes 11 days to walk around the Mont Blanc massif. The TMB is recognised as one of the world's classic trek. The book describes both anti-clockwise and clockwise directions, with variants and information about huts, refuges and facilities en route.</p>

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      Cicerone Backpacker's Britain - Southern Scotland

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>A guide to backpacking in the Central and Southern Highlands of Scotland, with 30 trekking routes Ð ranging from 2 to 7 days in length - over the highest peaks in Britain. And these wild mountains, rocky coasts and long, winding glens are all within a couple of hours' drive of edinburgh or Glasgow.</p>

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      Cicerone The High Tatras

      Ellis Brigham

      <p>Guide to walking in the High Tatras mountains on the Poland-Slovakia border, and the neighbouring White and Western Tatras ranges. Describes the network of waymarked routes throughout the ranges and suggests walking itineraries. Full background information on walking in the Tatras. Stunning scenery and wildlife.</p>

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      Walking the GR7 in Andalucia: From Tarifa to Puebla De Don Fadrique

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      <p>With its white sandy beaches, pine and oak forests, near-desert plateaus, snow-capped peaks, traditional villages, lush river valleys and olive groves, the GR7 in Andalucía takes you on a journey through the most geographically diverse region on the Iberian peninsula.This wonderfully varied route starts at the southernmost tip of Spain on the coast at Tarifa, and meanders through the provinces of Cádiz and Málaga before dividing. The northern fork heads through Córdoba and Jaén provinces (718km in total), while the southern fork passes through Almería and Granada (735km). The route crosses seven stunning natural parks and the Sierra Nevada national park, home to mainland Spain's highest peak – Mulhacén.Andalucía is most famous among holidaymakers for its coastline – a haven for sunseekers – but the GR7 offers the opportunity to see another side. You will explore little-visited hidden gems, enjoy the natural parks and visit unspoilt peaceful villages.The GR7 is also a great journey through history and cultures of the past and present. It is the place of the Moors? last stand and grand fortresses and watchtowers bring to life aspects of the eight centuries of Arab rule alongside some internationally significant prehistoric sites.• The first guide to cover the whole of the GR7 in Andalucía. • Detailed route description for around 60 days of walking, with options for creating shorter sections and days. • Information on all the villages en route including accommodation so that you can plan your own route.</p>

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      Walking the Cumbria Way

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      <p>This guide describes the 75-mile Cumbria Way, a walking route from Ulverston in the south to Carlisle in the north.The lower-level route of the official way visits such scenery as Great Langdale, Derwentwater and Caldbeck; the guide also offers high mountain routes, which add the Coniston Fells, Glaramara and Skiddaw. One of the British Isles' prettiest and easiest long-distance walks, the Cumbria Way features undulating paths that ease past picturesque villages, memorable lakes and low mountain tarns. The official way is easy and suitable for all; the higher routes require mountain experience.</p>

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      £12.95

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      The Western Fells: Lakeland Fellranger

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      <p>Walking guide by Mark Richards covering 34 summits in the Western Fells of the English Lake District, with a wide range of ascents, old and new, between the rivers Irt (Ennerdale) to the west and Cocker (Crummockwater / Buttermere) to the east. With clear Harvey map extracts and the author's original topos and panoramas.</p>

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      £14.95

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      The High Atlas: Treks and Climbs on Morocco's Biggest and Best Mountains

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      <p>This guide is an inspirational first-hand (and foot) account of the challenges of Morocco's High Atlas mountain range. Detailing how treks and climbs can be completed, it is a mix of the renowned author's reminiscences and descriptions of how best to tackle these mountains to find their most rewarding treks and climbs. Morocco's Atlas mountains form an extensive series of ranges across Africa's northwest and the High Atlas range contains the highest peaks of all, with endless tops of over 3,000m and some of over 4,000m. A few of the really big hills stand in serene isolation, so isolated that they can have their own distinct plantlife. Travelling through the valleys is every bit as important as success on the mountains. Trekking through the range or reaching the summits are great achievements but the High Atlas experience is fundamentally enhanced by the people of the valleys and village life. Berber tribes have lived in the valleys for thousands of years and local people and culture provide just as many memorable experiences as reaching the surrounding summits.</p>

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