Walking & Climbing


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  • Cover scan of The Isle Of Skye
    The Isle Of Skye
    Terry Marsh - Paperback - Cicerone
    Walking on Skye ranges from simple outings not far from civilisation, to rugged, hard & demanding days, as tough as anything in Britain. The walks in this book will suit all tastes, & embrace mountains, lonely lochans, cliffs & forests.
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    Walking In The Southern Uplands: 44 Best Hill Days In Southern Scotland
    Ronald Turnbull - Paperback - Cicerone
    This guide offers 44 routes stretching right across the Southern Uplands of Scotland, from Merrick and the Galloway Hills in the west to Arthur's Seat and the River Tweed in the east.
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    A Pilgrim's Guide To The Camino De Santiago: St. Jean, Roncesvalles, Santiago
    John Brierley - Paperback - Camino
    Representing the most popular Christian pilgrimage anywhere in the world, this guide combines maps, photographs, and hospitality information to help travelers in their journey. It includes daily stage maps including contour guides, information on all pilgrim hostels, details of alternative accommodation, and more.
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    50 Shades Of Hillwalking
    Ralph Storer - Paperback - Luath Press
    In 50 wide-ranging tales of adventure and misadventure, Ralph Storer takes his usual quirky look at the peculiar pursuit of messing about on mountains. Walking, climbing, mountain biking, caving, he's tried it all but admits to expertise only in the lost art of festering. With room also for contemplation and argument, his 50 Shades will amuse, inspire and inform. Follow in his footsteps as he roves from the Lake District to the Alps, from Snowdonia to Scandinavia, from the Scottish Highlands to the deserts and canyons of America.
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    The Skye Trail
    Helen Webster - Paperback - Cicerone
    This guide provides seven stages of detailed route description covering 127.5km across the magnificent Isle of Skye, from the stunning headland of Rubha Hunish to the island's picturesque capital, Portree, ending at the large village of Broadford.
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    Coast To Coast In The 1920s: A Tour From St. Bees Head To Robin Hood's Bay In Old Photographs
    Neil Honeyman - Paperback - Stenlake Publishing
    192 miles from West Cumbria to North Yorkshire, the Coast to Coast Walk was first described by Wainwright in 1973. This book, by postcard collector Neil Honeyman, came about when he did the walk in memory of his late father who completed it in 2006 at the age of 83. Rather than write just another guide to the route, Neil has adopted the slightly weird approach of describing the walk as it might have been in the 1920s and illustrating it with contemporary postcards that could have been bought along the route.
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    Ayrshire: 40 Coast And Country Walks
    Phil Turner - Paperback - Pocket Mountains
    The county of Ayrshire is located on the Firth of Clyde on the beautiful West Coast of Scotland and is known as one of the most fertile areas of the country, famed for its cattle and crops. Although more industrial to the north, it is in the main a landscape made for walking with an abundance of open countryside and rugged little hills, golden sandy beaches and beautiful sunsets. This guide features 40 mostly moderate walks full of interest which explore all aspects of the region, from craggy cliffs and caves to historic castles, ancient forests to sandy shorelines.
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    The Cotswolds: 40 Town And Country Walks
    Dominic North - Paperback - Pocket Mountains
    In these 40 walks, Dominic North unlocks the secrets of the Cotswolds, from the hills and lanes in the north to the languid riverbanks and ancient woods of the south.
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    Caleb's List: Climbing The Scottish Mountains Visible From Arthur's Seat
    Kellan MacInnes - Paperback - Luath Press
    From the summit of Arthur's Seat in Edinburgh, 20 mountains can be seen. These mountains, the 'Arthurs' form Caleb's List. This is not only a guide to climbing the Arthurs, but also the story of how the list came about, and how becoming an Arthurist helped the author in his battle with AIDS.
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    Secret Histories Of The Cairngorms
    Patrick Baker - Paperback - Birlinn
    'Secret Histories of the Cairngorms' is a series of journeys exploring barely known human and natural stories of the Cairgorm Mountains. It looks at a uniqu British landscape, its last great wilderness, with new eyes.

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