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    • Jarrold Publishing

      North York Moors: Crimson Short Walks

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      <p>A good place to begin a visit to the North York Moors is at one of two National Park Centres, to be found at Danby and Sutton Bank. Fascinating displays and exhibitions offer an ideal introduction, and the short walks from each illustrate disparate aspects of the moor, demonstrating its capacity for beauty and surprise. other walks in this collection reveal some of the Moor's most outstanding natural features; the dramatic Hole of Horcum, the enigmatic rocks at Bridestones and the splendid tumbling waters of Falling Foss. As well as exploring the high moors, where the strange calling of grouse is never far away, wander through verdant dales such as the beautiful Farndale, whose Lenten lilies carpet the riverside meadows in celebration of spring's arrival.</p>

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      Exmoor: Pathfinder Short Walks 21

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      <p>Exmoor consists of wide expanses of heather and rich woodland all of which are greatly enhanced by its varied wildlife. It has the West Country's largest population of red deer, which frequent its woodland and moors and yet it remains less visited and less popular than the two other great uplands of south-west England – Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor. While it might not be as accessible or as dramatic, Exmoor is an area that once explored invariably inspires devotion and enthusiasm. The walks in this guide introduce the visitor to the wide variety of Exmoor's features, from the Valley of Rocks with its jagged sandstone tors to richly-wooded valleys.</p>

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      Shakespeare Country, Vale of Evesham and the Cotswolds Walks: Pathfinder Guide 33

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      <p>The area covered by this guide encompasses all the scenic features that are generally considered to be traditionally English. It is a landscape characterised by gently rolling hills, wide and verdant river valleys, wooded tracts, small market towns and, above all, an abundance of exceptionally attractive villages mainly timber-framed and built of brick, with most of them featuring thatched cottages, medieval churches and fine old pubs. The walks in this guide incorporate historic highlights such as Coughton Court, Wroxton Abbey and Charlecote Park landscaped by 'Capability' Brown and allegedly where Shakespeare was once caught poaching.</p>

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      The Countryside Companion: Pathfinder Guide

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      <p>The Countryside Companion is the all-in-one guide that is perfect for both avid country walkers and city dwellers alike. Packed with detailed descriptions and full-colour photography throughout, The Countryside Companion will help you rediscover the glories of the countryside as well as helping you spot and identify the wonderful wildlife around you in England, Scotland and Wales. From trees and plants to bugs and beasties, this handy pocket-sized guide covers the countryside features that everyone should know about.</p>

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      Cairngorms Walks: Pathfinder Guide 4

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      <p>The Cairngorms cover 300 square miles, making it the most mountainous area in Britain, with an equally wide range of wildlife. The native pine forest, one of the final retreats of the red squirrel, supports small, uncommon birds like crested tits, redwings and crossbills. Loch Garten is the RSPB osprey breeding site where in summer the birds fly over a considerable tract of country in search of food. In scenic contrast, there is also an ascent to the summit of Carn Daimh, part of the Speyside Way, with its splendid panorama of the countryside surrounding Glenlivet.</p>

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      Aberdeen and Royal Deeside Walks: Pathfinder Guide

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      <p>The Aberdeen and Grampian Tourist Board describes the area as 'Royal Deeside, Whisky, Castles and Coast' and it is easy to see why. The royal connection is most obvious around Balmoral, and there are castles and distilleries throughout the area. There are also spectacular coastal routes, such as Collieston and the Sands of Forvie, Cruden Bay and the Bullers of Buchan, and a route from Cullen along a disused railway that takes walkers past Bow Fiddle Rock. Magnificent views of the surrounding countryside can be seen from Scolty Hill, Tap o'Noth (site of an Iron Age fort) and Mither Tap. This fully revised edition includes brand new walks at Loch of Fyvie, Glen Tanar and Tarland.</p>

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      Herefordshire and Wye Valley: Pathfinder Short Walks 32

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      <p>Herefordshire is renowned for its hop-yards and cider-apple orchards, threaded by peaceful footpaths, lanes and byroads amidst rich pastures and wooded limestone ridges grazed by the famous terracotta-coloured cattle. But the county also has a wild side; the huge sandstone wall of the Black Mountains rises in the west, the Forest of Dean and the remarkable Wye Gorge fringe the south and the Malvern Hills offer a dramatic eastern boundary. With walks in and around villages, modest strolls to farmyard chapels, Wye-side meadows and windswept hilltops and longer walks into the more remote corners of this undiscovered county.</p>

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      Fort William and Glen Coe Walks: Pathfinder Guide

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      <p>Fort William and Glen Coe encompass one of the greatest areas of sea and mountain landscape in Scotland, backed by some of the biggest and most demanding peaks. This is Scotland's fjord land, a drowned coastland with long sea arms wending far inland, and the walks range from Fort William at sea level to Ben Nevis, the highest summit in Britain. The whole area is steeped in history, and its story is well told at local museums and information centres such as at Ballachulish, Kinlochleven and Glencoe, all areas explored in this guide.</p>

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      The Cotswolds Walks: Pathfinder Guide

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      <p>The combination of idyllic stone villages and small towns in gentle, rolling countryside make the Cotswolds quintessentially 'English'. Cotswold stone varies in colour, depending on the area, ranging from light grey through to pale cream, honey and light brown, and this natural variation in the limestone is what helps towns and villages such as Castle Combe, Bourton-on-the-Water, Burford, Arlington, Broadway, Chipping Campden, Snowshill and Stanton, all featured in walks in this guide, blend so attractively into the natural surroundings.</p>

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      Vale of York and the Yorkshire Wolds Walks: Pathfinder Guide

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      <p>The wide plain of the Vale of York lies at the very heart of the county of Yorkshire with the historic city of York at its centre. The vale is bordered by the Pennnines to the west, the North York Moors to the north-east and the Yorkshire Wolds to the east. While most visitors flock to Yorkshire's two national parks, the flat plains of the Vale of York and the rolling uplands the Wolds provide a diversity of scenery and walking opportunities that shou,ld not be missed. Highlights of the 28 walks in this title include the coastal drama of Flamborough Head, the deserted medieval village of Wharram Percy and Beverley, with its majestic minster.</p>

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      Cambridgeshire and the Fens Walks: Pathfinder Guide 51

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      <p>Often dismissed as flat and featureless, the waterlands of East Anglia offer great, and largely undiscovered, opportunities for any walker. With the tranquil riverside scenery, charming towns, villages and country houses, and the mesmerising beauty of the Fens, the area is rich in heritage, wildlife and history.</p>

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      The Chilterns: Pathfinder Short Walks 7

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      <p>Designated an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1965, the Chilterns are renowned for their extensive beech woodlands, which are especially beautiful when dressed in autumn colours. Among the woodland walks included in this guide are explorations of Hodgemoor Wood, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, and Millfield Wood Nature Reserve, near Hughenden, the home of Benjamin Disraeli. There are also routes featuring the idyllic villages of Hambleden, Mapledurham and Missenden, the Grand Union Canal, the countryside around Chequers, and the magnificent scenery of the Chiltern Hills, including Ivinghoe Beacon and Coombe Hill.</p>

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    • Jarrold Publishing

      Map Reading Skills: Pathfinder Guides

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      <p>A companion title to the best-selling Pathfinder and Short Walks series, providing a practical and easy-to-use introduction to basic map reading and navigation skills for walkers. This includes navigation by compass. Written by Terry Marsh, a highly experienced fell walker and outdoors writer, this guide is fully illustrated with maps, diagrams and photographs.</p>

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      Sherwood Forest and East Midlands Walks: Pathfinder Guide 20

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      <p>This Pathfinder guide features 28 mapped walks ranging in length from 3.5 miles to 10 miles across the region comprising Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Rutland and Northamptonshire. Accompanying the route text of each walk is an OS Explorer map extract highlighting the route, GPS references of the main route waypoints, an introduction to the area covered on the walk and a key facts panel providing useful walk details.</p>

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      The New Forest National Park: Crimson Short Walks

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      <p>The New Forest is the jewel of Hampshire's crown. Relatively unchanged for centuries, it continues to provide wonderful opportunities for the walker to experience both its unique woodland and rare wildlife. The New Forest is a working, living landscape consisting of peaceful lawns and wild heather moorland, all of which set it apart as a place for the peaceful enjoyment of nature. Its proximity to the commuter belt of the south east means that it is ideally placed for weekend walks, while it continues to attract visitors from much further afield, who come to stay and explore the area for a week or two.</p>

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      Lincolnshire and the Wolds Walks: Pathfinder Guide 50

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      <p>The second largest county in England, Lincolnshire offers a surprising diversity of landscape – rolling wolds, coastal reaches, marshlands with endless skies and wide and impressive vistas, interspersed with historic market towns, magnificent churches and, of course, the ancient cathedral city of Lincoln. The county is largely unspoilt and offers a great opportunity for new and unique walking experiences. Outstanding features of the 28 walks in this guide include the Lincoln Edge, Boston and the River Witham, Somersby in the heart of Tennyson Country, and the River Humber. Now fully revised to include GPS data and new Ordnance Survey open access land mapping.</p>

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      Somerset: Bath to the Quantocks: Crimson Short Walks

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      <p>This selection of walks seeks out the different features that reflect the natural beauty of the area from Bath to the Quantocks. Included are the Mendip Hills, one of two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which are fractured by deep, dramatic gorges and dry valleys honeycombed with spectacular caves such as those at Cheddar and Wookey. Somerset's coast is explored in walks starting at Kilve and at Brean Bird Garden. The cliffs support several important habitats and, on a clear day, offer fine views towards the Welsh coast. The routes also incorporate manmade wonders, such as the magnificent Avoncliff aqueduct and historic Montacute House.</p>

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      South Pennines Walks: Pathfinder Guide

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      <p>Pathfinder are Britain's best-loved walking guides. Enjoy 28 circular walks around the beautiful South Pennines, with Pathfinder, enjoy the stunning scenery with: Easy to follow directions Route highlights from the best view to great pubs Tried and tested for everyone from families to seasoned walkers Stunning photography Clear maps for easy navigations The South Pennines is truly an enigmatic land; the most glorious countryside sharing the same land as the country's most industrialised belt. Enjoy the beauty of the South Pennines with Pathfinder.</p>

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      Essex Walks: Pathfinder Guide

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      <p>The Essex landscape gently undulates, with the highest ground to the north and west, near the Herfordshire and Cambridgeshire borders. A variety of routes are selected across the county to give a broad flavour of the county's landscapes and heritage. On the marshes of Essex there is a genuine feeling of solitude that is hard to find anywhere else in southern England. Colchester, the oldest recorded town in Britain, is featured in one of the walks, and there are routes through Epping and Hatfield forests, which contain some of the finest surviving fragments of England's medieval forests. The Essex-Suffolk border is Constable Country, and walkers are guided through Dedham Vale, passing Flatford Mill and Willy Lott's Cottage.</p>

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      Cornwall: Crimson Short Walks

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      <p>Famous for scenic fishing villages, sandy beaches and rugged cliffs, Cornwall is also a land steeped in history and tradition with a remarkable industrial heritage. The walks in this guide give a taste of all Cornwall's attractions. Walkers can explore picturesque St Ives, once reliant on pilchard fishing but now the home of the Tate St Ives gallery, or can wander along the wooded banks of the River Fal around the Trelissick estate. History-lovers will enjoy the chance to explore the ruined coastal mine workings at Geevor and Wheal Cotes, or one of England's most impressive 19th-century homes-Lanhydrock House.</p>

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      More Lake District Walks: Pathfiner Guide

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      <p>This second Lake District title includes a number of walks that are either on the periphery of or outside the boundaries of the national park. There are two main reasons for this: the first is to reduce some of the pressure on the more popular parts of the Lake District, and the second is to encourage walkers to visit other areas of Cumbria where there is so much superb, varied scenery. Walkers have the opportunity to explore the atmospheric ruins of Shap Abbey and see St Bees Head, where the clifftops are home to nesting birds and give a grandstand view to Galloway, the Isle of Man and the distant Mourne Mountains.</p>

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      More Sussex Walks: Pathfinder Guide 52

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      <p>Pathfinder Surrey and Sussex has proved one of the most popular titles in the series and this latest guide contains 28 brand new walks covering Sussex and the South Downs. There are terrific opportunities here for coastal and downland walks that make the most of the beautiful scenery and rich heritage for which the county is justly famous. Outstanding features of the routes in this guide include the 1066 Country Walk, Herstmonceux Castle, Devil's Dyke and Belloc's Mill.</p>

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      GPS for Walkers: Pathfinder Guides

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      <p>This easy-to-use guide, written by experienced mountain leader and navigation trainer Clive Thomas, uses non-technical language to introduce you to choosing and using a GPS receiver to enhance leisure walking and make it safer. It includes everything you need to know, with expert tips, reliable advice, valuable information and practical guidance. Using the basic entry-level Garmin eTrex, the guide includes: how a gps functions; how to navigate using a GPS; its practical uses when walking; using a GPS with a PC; using a gps with Pathfinder walks; the use of digital map products; map reading, useful websites and answers to FAQ; the treasure-hunt game geocaching.</p>

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      The Cotswolds: Crimson Short Walks

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      <p>The Cotswolds extend from near Stratford-upon-Avon in the north to Wotton-under-Edge, near Bath, in the South. The name 'Cotswold' has a cosy ring to it-bringing to mind traditionally English images of cottages, lush green fields and rolling hills. It derives from the Saxon, meaning wooded hollows hidden amid gentle hills, which is still an accurate description today. The Cotswold landscape and its buildings owe everything to the underlying bedrock. Honey-coloured limestone characterises the region's picturesque churches and cottages, including picture-book Bourton-on-the-Water, Upper and Lower Slaughter, Bibury, Burford and Minchinhampton.</p>

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      Sussex and South Downs: Pathfinder Short Walks 24

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      <p>Sussex possesses much unspoiled and varied countryside, far removed from its common image as a commuter county, interspersed with fascinating and historic towns such as Lewes, and Chichester, stately homes and beautiful gardens. The county's most distinctive feature is the South Downs, with the smooth and rolling contours that give onto delightful and amazing views.</p>

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      Around Cardiff: Pathfinder Short Walks 25

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      <p>The capital of Wales, Cardiff is one of the busiest, modern and upbeat cities of Britain, yet it lies within minutes of unspoilt countryside. Within the city boundaries, the River Taff offers an ideal opportunity to explore a surprisingly tranquil green space and to stop off to visit Cardiff Castle. Elsewhere, the grim legacy of an industrial past has all but gone, with green hills forever in its place. Prim villages, like Llantwit Major and St Donat's, invite exploration, while further north, at the head of the valleys, hidden dales, like Cwm Carn, Cwm Dare and Cwn Darran, will come as a refreshing surprise.</p>

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      The Yorkshire Dales: Crimson Short Walks

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      <p>Many characteristics of the Yorkshire Dales alter day by day, changing with the seasons, the weather and the hour-making the area an ideal destination for the walker. The unique limestone landscape encompasses vast expanses of high, lonely moor and respectable-sized hills, but it is the intricate web of valleys such as Wharfedale and Swaledale that gives the area its name. The Ice Age was crucial in moulding this landscape of wet upland bog to lush riverside meadows, green valleys and verdant woodland. Spectacular waterfalls are another typical feature and this guide visits those at Aysgarth, Hardraw, Burton Force, Mill Gill and Catrigg Force</p>

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      Perthshire, Angus and Fife Walks: Pathfinder Guide 27

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      <p>Approaching the eastern part of central Scotland, where the Grampians dominate the horizon, it appears at first glance to be mountain country. In fact much of the area is low-lying, with flat woodland and agricultural land bordered by gentle, rounded hills and an attractive North Sea coastline. Perthshire has enough lochs to vie with Cumbria's Lake District. Dunsinane Hill and the site of Macbeth's castle can be seen on the Sidlaw Hills in Strathmore, Angus, and there are also coastal walks around the Fife peninsula, with its waterfront villages, sheltered harbours and sandy beaches.</p>

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      Norfolk into Suffolk: Pathfinder Short Walks 33

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      <p>First-time visitors to the coastal areas of Norfolk and Suffolk may be surprised at the landscape they encounter, for although there are vast areas of low-lying ground, it is not the monotonous dead-flat expanse that some imagine. Set against a backdrop of gently rolling countryside that is broken by rich woodlands, undulating heaths, winding tracts of water and picturesque villages, is an intriguing fringe that is precariously balanced in an age-old contest between man and the sea. For the most part uncrowded, the area is a place of quiet retreats, where it is easy to slip out of the frantic pressures of a work-a-day life.</p>

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      Wiltshire: From Salisbury to the Kennet: Pathfinder Short Walks 28

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      <p>Wiltshire remains one of England's loveliest and least spoilt counties. With its endless tracts of open downland, gentle river valleys and picture postcard villages it is the perfect place to explore on foot. At its heart, between the historic city of Salisbury, with its magnificent cathedral and glorious watermeadows, and the meandering Kennet, one of the country's prettiest rivers, lies a complex network of winding paths and ancient tracks which convey a wonderful sense of space and distance and allow walkers to discover a multitude of attractions, including ancient burial mounds, historic standing stones and secluded country churches.</p>

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      Shropshire and Staffordshire Walks: Pathfinder Guide

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      <p>Heart of England' conjures up an image of a largely unchanged, unspoilt rural landscape of farmland and woodland, with slowly meandering rivers, small market towns, old churches and thatched cottages. It is a landscape that inspired William Shakespeare and Edward Elgar. The walks in this guide cover Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands and the Worcestershire half of Hereford and Worcester. They vary from woodland walks through the forests of Wyre, Arden and Needwood, hill walks including Abberley Hill and Wenlock Edge, to leisurely walks passing attractive villages such as Bidford-on-Avon and Tanworth-in-Arden.</p>

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      Edinburgh, Pentlands and Lothians Walks: Pathfinder Guide

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      <p>The countryside around Edinburgh is ideal for walking comprising a superb mixture of rolling hills, expansive moorland and attractive rivers, bounded by fertile lowlands and an impressive coastline. The stunning views from Arthur's Seat and the Braid Hills give amazing panoramas of Edinburgh itself. Stretches of the sandy Lothian coast are explored on the John Muir Way from Cockenzie and at Gullane, with the more rugged Berwickshire coast featuring at North Berwick and Dunbar. The atmospheric and simple beauty of the Lammermuirs, Moorfoots and Pentlands provide a hard to match excellence in breezy and peaceful upland wanderings.</p>

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      South Devon: Pathfinder Short Walks 29

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      <p>South Devon is famed above all for its magnificent rugged coast, stretching from Plymouth in the west to Seaton in the east, a coastline of imposing sandstone cliffs broken into by long winding estuaries and traversed throughout by the South West Path. Punctuating this coast are a series of popular seaside resorts, both large and small, historic ports and picturesque fishing villages. The many delightful and historic old towns include Totnes and Dartmoor and, above all, the cathedral city of Exeter. And do not forget that the local delicacies of cider, pasties and cream teas add to the overall enjoyment of a walk in South Devon.</p>

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      Brecon Beacons Walks: Pathfinder Guide

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      <p>Within the boundaries of the Brecon Beacons National Park there are four separate mountain ranges: Black Mountain, the most westerly, Fforest Fawr, the Beacons themselves and The Black Mountains to the east. Most of the area is underlain by old red sandstone, which distinguishes it from the more rugged mountains of North Wales, and many of the walks explore this terrain of smooth, sweeping grassy uplands and wide, open vistas, including the Brecon Beacons Horseshoe. In addition to the immense views and wonderful scenery the routes featured take in prehistoric standing stones at Maen Llia and Maen Madoc, and hillforts at Crug Hywel and Pen-y-crug, the Roman road of sarn Helen and the dramatic Norman castle of Carreg Cennen, as well as the tranquil ruins of the Augustinian priory at Llanthony, beautifully situated in the secluded Vale of Ewyas.</p>

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      Dartmoor Walks: Pathfinder Guide 26

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      <p>Much of central Dartmoor is an uninhabited wilderness almost free of villages, farms, trees and roads making it outstanding environmental value. From this mass rise Dartmoor's rivers, including the Lyd, Tavy, East and West Dart, Bovey, Teign, Taw and Okement, nearly all of which flow southwards to the English Channel. The large numbers of tors that dominate Dartmoor are the remnants of hard masses of granite, drastically reduced in size and moulded into their present shapes by millions of years of weatherings. Bowerman's Nose, Hound Tor and Haytor Rocks are famous examples included on these walks.</p>

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      West Sussex and the South Downs Walks: Pathfinder Guide

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      <p>The Pathfinder Guide to West Sussex and the South Downs Walks contains 28 fantastic circular walks across the county, much of which lies inside the new South Downs National Park. Walkers of all abilities can experience a variety of walking routes in a range of difficulty with this Pathfinder guide which takes you from gentle riverside strolls to hikes along the exhilarating South Downs Way. Each walk in Pathfinder Guide to West Sussex and the South Downs Walks is accompanied by clear, large-scale Ordnance Survey route maps and GPS waypoints to make your walk as stress-free as possible. Pathfinder Guide to West Sussex and the South Downs Walks guides you to some of the best walking destinations in the county, from the highest point in the South Downs National Park to the brooks of the Arun valley and the historic harbour at Chichester. Inside you'll also find a wealth of helpful information accompanying each walk, including good pubs along the way, where to park before you start your walk and places of interest en route.Pathfinder Guides are Britain's best loved walking guides. They are the perfect companion for countryside walks throughout Britain. Each title features circular walks with easy-to-follow route descriptions, tried and tested by seasoned walkers and accompanied by beautiful photography and clear Ordnance Survey mapping. The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, so there is something for everyone.</p>

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      Cornwall Walks: Pathfinder Guide

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      <p>Cornwall's coastal path gives access to many of Britain's finest marine landscapes, and a great many of the walks in this guide utilise sections of the path, which is maintained to a high standard. Two walks, starting at Polkerris and Little Petherick respectively, follow parts of the Saints' Way, which crosses Cornwall from coast to coast on a route pioneered by the early Christian missionaries. Other routes take in the ever-popular Land's End, romantic Prussia Cove (an old smugglers' haunt), and Bodmin Moor, a landscape that has altered little since the Iron Age, nearly 3,000 years ago.</p>

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