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The Complete Guide to Nordic Walking

by Gill Stewart

Nordic walking � a specific technique for walking with poles that is far more effective in burning calories and whole-body toning than walking alone � is growing rapidly in the UK and worldwide.

Here at last...


The Coastal Headlands of Mainland Britain: A practical guide and much more....

by Griff Fellows

Many books claim to be unique. In this instance the claim is justified. There are walking guides to coastal footpaths, books devoted to beaches, local guides and general books about the coast. No other book...


Southern Rambles for Londoners: Walk the English countryside with S.P.B Mais' famous 1948 guidebook!

by S. Mais

In 1948 with post-war Britain’s sense “dulled by traffic and by bombs”, this pocket-sized book was a clarion call for readers to rediscover the beauties of the idyllic English countryside. Published by...


109 Walks in Southwestern British Columbia

by Mary Macaree, David Macaree & Alice Purdey

From trails to spectacular waterfalls near Squamish and historic urban forests in South Surrey, coastal headlands in Howe Sound and ridgetop meadows in the Fraser Valley,109 Walks offers a route for everyone...


The Riddle of Sphinx Rock: The life and times of Great Gable

by Ronald Turnbull & Colin Brash

‘Grand to look at, grand to look from, and grand to climb’ – so Great Gable was described over a hundred years ago. Probably the Lake District‘s best loved hill, it receives twenty thousand ascents each...


Climbing Down: Long distance walks in the Scottish, Welsh and English hills in manageable chunks

by Graham Wilson & Gerry Dale

Graham Wilson’s Climbing Down, selected as a Travel Book of the Week in The Guardian, features long distance walks in the Scottish, Welsh and English hills — but in manageable chunks. Wilson makes an entertaining...


Walking in the Chilterns

by Steve Davison

A guidebook to 35 walks in the Chiltern Hills of southern England. These chalk hills and ancient woodlands stretch from Reading and the Thames valley through Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire to...


The GR20 Corsica: The High Level Route

by Paddy Dillon

A guidebook to walking Corsica's GR20, known as the toughest GR route in Europe. It makes a complete traverse through Corsica's high mountains, sometimes with hands-on scrambling. Covering 190km, the GR20 can...


Great Himalaya Trail: 1,700 Kilometres Across the Roof of the World

by Gerda Pauler & Chris Bonington

The Great Himalaya Trail is one of the longest and highest trails in the world. It is a trail that winds for 1,700 kilometres through Nepal — across the ‘roof of the world’, over ice-covered passes, crossing...


The Trees of San Francisco

by Michael Sullivan

Trees of San Francisco introduces readers to the rich variety of trees that thrive in San Francisco’s unique conditions. San Francisco’s cool Mediterranean climate has made it home to interesting and unusual...


Walking in the Cotswolds: 30 classic hill and valley routes

by Damian Hall

Walking in the Cotswolds describes 30 circular walks set throughout the idyllic Cotswolds in southern England. 14 of the walks include parts of the Cotswold Way National Trail. The Cotswolds AONB has hills,...


Walking Boston: 34 Tours Through Beantown's Cobblestone Streets, Historic Districts, Ivory Towers and Bustling Waterfront

by Robert Todd Felton

Boston is a walker’s town. It’s as clear as the brick red path marking the Freedom Trail, the bright blue signs of the Harborwalk, and the green of the Emerald Necklace series of parks. Boston’s nearly...


Historic Walks in North Yorkshire: A collection of 20 scenic walks

by Jim Rubery

A guide to historic walks in North Yorkshire in 20, mostly circular, routes. They take you from open moorland and exposed sections of hillside and cliff to the more sheltered dales and the streets of York. Walks...


Charlie, Meg and Me: An Epic 530 Mile Walk Recreating Bonnie Prince Charlie's Escape After the Disaster of Culloden

by Gregor Ewing

For the first time, Bonnie Prince Charlie's arduous escape of 1746 has been recreated in a single journey. The author, along with his faithful border collie Meg, retraces the Prince's epic 530 mile walk through...


Walking in Essex

by Peter Aylmer

Walking in Essex describes 25 day walks across the whole of the historic county of Essex. The Essex Way is also covered in 11 stages from Manor Park, to the port of Harwich. Essex may not be the first place...


Walking in Norfolk: 40 circular walks

by Laurence Mitchell

A guidebook to 40 easy-to-moderate day walks in Norfolk. The variety of circular walks feature a surprisingly varied landscape right across the county, from its spectacular coastline of sand dunes, saltmarsh...


The Bluffer's Guide to Hiking

by Simon Whaley

From 'Corbetts' to 'Cairns', and 'hills' to 'hillocks', here's everything you need to know to navigate not only the conversation.


Walking Twin Cities: 34 Tours Exploring Historic Neighborhoods, Lakeside Parks, Gangster Hideouts, Dive Bars, and Cultural Centers of Minneapolis and

by Holly Day & Sherman Wick

Even though they’re often lumped together, the Twin Cities are two distinct cities with very different histories. Minneapolis is the Mill City, the City of Lakes, composed mostly of flat prairies. St. Paul...


Walking on Gower

by Andrew Davies

The 30 circular routes in this guidebook to walking on the Gower peninsula, in South Wales, visit its famous rugged coastlines as well as the little-explored inland valleys and ridges. The walks avoid the crowds...


The West Highland Way: The Official Guide

by Roger Smith & Bob Aitken

Opened in 1980, the West Highland Way was Scotland's first Long Distance Route and remains the most popular, with more than 15,000 walkers tackling it each year. It runs from Milngavie, on the outskirts of Glasgow,...