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Walking The English Coast

Author : Ruth Livingstone
ISBN : 191107931X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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This comprehensive guide, packed with practical tips and personal anecdotes, will give you the confidence to have a go at your own walking challenge, big or small.

Walking The South Coast Of England

Author : David Bathurst
ISBN : 9780857655295
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Every year, people flock to England’s south coast to visit heritage sites or simply to relax on the beach. But to see the real beauty that these glorious counties have to offer, pick up this detailed guide to some of the best walking in Britain. David Bathurst has walked 650 miles of coast, taking in breath-taking natural landscapes and significant landmarks on the way. With rugged cliffs and ancient cathedral cities, historic ports and wonderful wildlife, there’s something for everyone; whether you’re a seasoned hiker ready to take on the entire walk, or a summertime stroller who wants to experience this rewarding ramble in smaller doses. With a detailed description of the complete route, useful information about the geography and history, and practical advice regarding navigation and local amenities, this invaluable guidebook is a must-have for anyone going walking on England’s south coast.

The England Coast Path

Author : Stephen Neale
ISBN : 9781844865789
Genre : Nature
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The opening of the England Coast Path means that anyone will be able to walk and wild camp along the entire 3,000-mile length of the English coast. As well as being a remarkable national achievement in itself, this new national trail is a hugely exciting prospect for all walkers, campers, fans of the coast and the outdoors. In 2018 Stephen Neale became one of the first people to walk and wild camp along the whole of the path, and in doing so has written a fantastically detailed and rich guidebook covering the route itself, along with everything from the best places to swim, hunt for fossils and eat seafood to hidden away beaches and canoeing spots. The bulk of the book is divided up into the 16 coastal counties and features 1,000 places to see, explore, camp and adventure around the coast. Each place has an OS map reference, basic directions to it from the path and a short description. Walkers can either visit specific places or link highlights together, walking between them along the path. The England Coast Path is a true embodiment of our national character – at a time when all things English are so often seen in a negative light, this is a wonderful success story. Environmentalists, volunteers, social campaigners, land owners and politicians have all come together to create a 'ninth wonder of the world'. This path represents what makes England so great: a little bit mad, a little bit proud; but mostly a celebration of this nation's most precious asset: the wild coast.

Walking The Jurassic Coast

Author : Ronald Turnbull
ISBN : 9781783622184
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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This guidebook describes 30 walking routes along the Devon-Dorset coast. The majority of the routes hug the shoreline between Torbay and Swanage, while others venture inland on the Dorset Downs. The walks range in length from 3 to 20 miles (5 to 33km) and are suitable for most walkers, with shorter routes alongside plenty of more challenging, full-day hikes. As well as detailed descriptions for every walk, accompanied by OS maps, there are details on available parking, points of interest along the way and advice on the terrain covered. The guide has been divided into areas: Devon's Red Beds, the Lias, Chesil Beach, Chalk walks (Lulworth and inland) and the Isle of Purbeck. The geological descriptions are accompanied by strata diagrams, geological timelines, explanations of the creation of the various sedimentary rocks along the coast, and discussion of how and why the various formations formed millennia ago. The incredible - yet readable - detail brings these walks and the landscape alive. The Jurassic Coast of Devon and Dorset, stretching between Exeter and Bournemouth, is a geological wonderland. Natural wonders like Chesil Beach, Durdle Door and fossils so numerous you'll be tripping over them, combine with southern England's rolling Downs, tiny villages, beaches and sunny summers to provide a stunning and awe-inspiring landscape to explore.

Classic Coastal Walks Of Britain

Author : Martin Collins
ISBN : 185648209X
Genre : Coasts
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The English Golf Coast

Author : Philip Dowell
ISBN : 9781905226436
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Presents an account of one man's idiosyncratic journey to all 78 golf courses situated quite literally on the coast of England. This work is a narrative of 12-handicapper's travels and golfing adventures with friends and strangers. It provides golfers of all levels with an insight into golfing culture in England.

Scotland S Mountain Ridges

Author : Dan Bailey
ISBN : 9781849654340
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A guidebook to the rich mix of summer scrambling, rock climbing and winter mountaineering on Scotland's ridges, from the remote Cairngorms to the splendour of the Cuillin. Graceful carved walkways slung between summits, twisted spines of stone - ridges can be the most beautiful of mountain landforms. With elegant lines and giddy exposure, ridge climbs emit a powerful siren call, drawing us out onto the rocks. Life on the edge has a special quality, born of the contrast of empty space all around, and intricate detail in close-up. The crests are strangely irresistible. Scotland's ridges are among the finest mountaineering lines in the country, every one a unique adventure. The variety of these routes reflects the breadth of the mountain experience: a rich mix of summer scrambles, technical rock and challenging winter climbs. This book covers both the popular classics and some obscure gems, aiming to celebrate these thrilling climbs as much as to document them. Along the way it explores landscapes of magnificent diversity, ranging from the remote desolation of the Cairngorms to the seaside splendour of the Cuillin, the great trench of Glencoe to the surreal exhibitionism of the far north. The chosen selection spans the grade range, with routes to suit all levels of ability. Whether an earthbound hillwalker or an accomplished climber, Scotland's ridges cannot fail to stir your imagination.

Walks In Silverdale And Arnside

Author : Brian Evans
ISBN : 9781849655439
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A walking guide to the Silverdale and Arnside Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), at the top of Morecambe Bay in Cumbria and Lancashire, overlooking the Lake District. 21 day walks are described between Carnforth, Holme, Milnthorpe and Arnside, climbing wooded hills and limestone escarpments with views of the Lake District fells. Walks are between 2 and 8 miles in length and visit nature reserves including Leighton Moss RSPB reserve, follow the canal and explore the shoreline. Summits include Wharton Crag, Arnside Knott, Farleton Knott and Hutton Roof Crags. The combinations of rocky coastal scenery, woodland and rough limestone hills either side of the M6 in north Lancashire, make this a paradise for walkers. Routes can easily be linked into longer walks and the extensive network of well walked paths enables walks to be shortened or lengthened at will. The area is renowned for its flora and fauna, its historic buildings and interesting geological features.

This Luminous Coast

Author : Jules Pretty
ISBN : 9780801455315
Genre : Travel
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Over the course of a year, Jules Pretty walked along the shoreline of East Anglia in southeastern England, eventually exploring four hundred miles on foot (and another hundred miles by boat). It is a coast and a culture that is about to be lost—not yet, perhaps, but soon—to rising tides and industrial sprawl. This Luminous Coast takes the reader with him on his journey over land and water; over sea walls of dried grass, beside stretched fields of golden crops, alongside white sails gliding across the intricate lacework of invisible creeks and estuaries, under vast skies that are home to curlews and redshanks and the outpourings of skylarks. East Anglia’s coastline is as much a human landscape as it is a natural one, and Pretty is equally perceptive about the region’s cultural heritage and its "industrial wild": fishing villages and the modern seaside resorts, family farms and oil refineries, pleasure piers and concrete seawalls, cozy pubs and military installations. Through words and photographs, Pretty interweaves stories of the land and sea with people past and present. He is a passionate and sensitive guide to a region in transition, under stress, and perhaps even doomed, as finely attuned to its history as he is to its unique sensory world.

Coast To Coast

Author : Henry Stedman
ISBN : 1873756585
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A practical guide with 94 maps to this classic 191 mile walk across northern England from the Irish Sea to the North Sea. This is a complete guide revealing all visitors need to know for the full enjoyment of walking the trail, not just a trail guide--getting there, places to stay, places to eat, background information, and flora and fauna are all included.

Cornwall The Isles Of Scilly

Author : David Clegg
ISBN : 1904744990
Genre : Cornwall (England : County)
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This second edition of the best selling guide to Cornwall is fully updated for 2005. No other guide provides as complete coverage of where to go, what to do, sites of interest, essays on history, architecture and art, as well as comprehensive listings of places to stay, eat and drink. It is the only guide you need.

Travels Of An Everyday Man

Author : David Ferguson Elliott
ISBN : 9781609118181
Genre : Travel
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Travels of an Everyday Man follows the adventures of David Ferguson Elliott, as he discovers countries far and wide. His impressions of cultures around the world will delight you and leave you waiting for his next book, showcasing his further travels. When the author was a young man, he broke his leg while rock climbing. For rehabilitation therapy, he began taking long-distance treks. See the world through the eyes of a man who ventured throughout Britain, then on to Morocco, where he ascended Mount Toubkal, the highest mountain in North Africa. Afterward, he began a solo crossing of the western half of Switzerland, and then visited Japan to climb Fujiyama. Accepting a challenge to raise money for cancer research, Elliott completed a 100-kilometer walk in the Himalaya. He climbed Kala Pattar, which is 5,550 meters high, and is revered for its spectacular views of Mount Everest. His book is peppered with wildlife sightings and contains 42 photos. First-time author David Ferguson Elliott is completing a second book about his travels to other parts of the world.He is inspired by mountain climber Norman Croucher, who suffered a serious accident and amputation, but still went on to climb mountains. Elliott is retired and is free to travel where the spirit takes him. He grew up in Matlock, Derbyshire, England, and now resides in Fuente Alamo, Murcia, Spain. Publisher's website: http: //www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/TravelsOfAnEverydayMan.htm

Walking Coast To Coast

Author : David Butterworth
ISBN : 1506146805
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At the end of July 2013, David Butterworth made an impulsive decision to walk the second half of the 192-mile Coast to Coast Walk across Northern England from west to east, completing a second crossing. During the seven-day adventure, he was surprised to discover how much an ease and complacency towards the Walk which runs from St Bees in Cumbria to Robin Hood's Bay in Yorkshire, trends. Casting his mind back to an earlier era, Mr Butterworth recalls that the remarkable scenery the Walk passes through, the Lakeland fells, the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors, would be enjoyed much better if hikers didn't rely on support services. The book floods with detail about the freedom to enjoy some of the most stunning landscapes found anywhere in the British Isles. It richly describes the scenery and what it is like to walk this iconic route, particularly if you are carrying your bed and belongings on your back. Furnished with detail about heritage sites along the Walk, contrasted with several unusual situations, much of one's walking experience is told in this book's pages. It is an immersed account of one man's journeys and adventures walking this fascinating and timeless trail.

The English Coast

Author : Peter Murphy
ISBN : 9781441145147
Genre : History
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This book examines the interaction between people and the coast of England. It spans from 700,000 years ago, and the earliest evidence of humans in this remote corner of north-west Europe, to the end of the 20th century. The coastline has witnessed interesting and significant events throughout history and looks set to do so in the future. Often it is the first place where changes can be seen, for example the effects of climate change. It is also where evidence for human adaptation to environmental changes can most readily be seen. The coast has, of course, also been a cultural contact zone for millennia in terms of trade, industry, immigration and conflict. We are certainly at a time of great environmental and economic transition, so it is apt to now take a long view and place current events in context. Some changes happening today may seem unprecedented but in fact are not, while others are entirely new. One thing we can be sure of is that the coast and sea will become increasingly important to us, both as an economic benefit and as a threat.

Flying In Walking Out

Author : Edward Sniders
ISBN : 9781473814370
Genre : History
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Edward Sniders'' experiences of World War Two make compelling reading. As a Mosquito pilot, he led a charmed life until his luck ran out in dramatic fashion.'

The Complete Guide To Nordic Walking

Author : Gill Stewart
ISBN : 9781408186589
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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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 is a clear, simple guide to help you understand everything you need to know about Nordic walking whether you are a beginner, a more experienced Nordic walking enthusiast or a health and fitness professional. The Complete Guide to Nordic Walking expels all the myths and simply provides advice and information on how to Nordic walk, who with, where and most importantly why. Organised into clear sections to help you to find exactly what you are looking for quickly, the guide is packed with tips, case studies, research, exercise plans and equipment advice, it is the complete manual for Nordic walkers of all levels. The book is endorsed by Nordic Walking UK and has contributions from worldwide experts including Martin Christie (who brought Nordic walking to the UK) Tom Rutlin, Jose Manual Fernandez Molina and Fabio Moretti.

The Rough Guide To Devon Cornwall

Author : Robert Andrews
ISBN : 9781405387231
Genre : Travel
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The Rough Guide to Devon & Cornwall is the ultimate handbook for discovering the region, from the wilds of Dartmoor to the rocky Atlantic coast, and from Lundy Island to the "English Riviera" of Torbay. For outdoor activities enthusiasts or beach bums, The Rough Guide to Devon & Cornwall tells you everything you need to know for a weekend away or an extended break. Discover the best walks, rides, dives and surf breaks in Devon and Cornwall together with biking and hiking trails and specialist holiday operators. Foodies are directed to the regions best restaurants and most authentic pubs with all the region's diverse food and drink highlights explored and explained, not to mention festivals and local fairs. Whether you're looking for the best camping or the most stylish hotels rely on accommodation suggestions for every budget and taste. You'll find practical advice on travelling around the region from bus routes to rail passes as well as the clearest maps of any guide. Explore all corners of this region with authoritative background on everything from Devon & Cornwall's varied landscapes and diverse wildlife to its literary connections. Make the most of your holiday with The Rough Guide to Devon & Corwall

Literary Walks Of Britain

Author : Donald Veall
ISBN : STANFORD:36105000181078
Genre : Travel
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Photographs of the British countryside are accompanied by selections from the poetry, letters, fiction, and essays of British writers

Gcse Leisure And Tourism For Edexcel

Author : Peter Hayward
ISBN : 0435471457
Genre : Leisure industry
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Designed to meet the requirements of the Edexcel leisure and tourism award, this book includes differentiated classroom activities and case studies on current issues to help enhance students' learning. It also offers hints and ideas on making the most of work experience.

The Coast To Coast Caper

Author : Mike McKever
ISBN : 9781409228424
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"...all the makings of a comedy classic..." Ian Timms - Presenter, BBC Radio Cumbria. Read this hilarious account of one couple's adventures walking Wainwright's famous Coast to Coast Walk across northern England. It is nominally a diary of their progress through the magnificent landscapes of Lakeland, Swaledale, and the North York Moors, that have made this one of the most popular long-distance walks in the world, but the story is also laced with numerous comic asides, witty reflections, and humorous portraits of their fellow 'Coasters' and the people who offer accommodation along the route. An ideal travelling companion for first-time Coasters or a delightful memory-jogger for experienced old hands with a sense of humor. "...a highly entertaining and humorous book." John Burland - The Wainwright Society

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