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By Nick Channer
A fully updated Pathfinder Guide to Thames Valley and the Chilterns, featuring 28 circular rambles across an area characterised by meadows and beech woods, visiting areas throughout Berks, Bucks and South Oxon. All walks are accompanied by GPS waypoints, Ordnance Survey maps and beautiful photography.
By David Foster
28 fabulous country walks focussing on the New Forest and South Downs National Parks, and the Itchen and Test valleys. Graded by length and ranging from 2 to 10 miles all routes come with a clear, large-scale OS map, GPS waypoints and highlight where to park, good pubs and places...
By Sue Viccars
28 fabulous coastal and country walks in the Quantocks and in the Exmoor National Park, graded by length and ranging from 3 to 11 miles. All routes come with a clear, large-scale OS map, GPS waypoints and highlight where to park, good pubs and places of interest en route
A revised Norfolk PathfinderR Guide featuring 28 circular, graded walks all tried and tested by seasoned walkers, from the North Sea coastline to The Broads National Park. All routes are accompanied by GPS waypoints, Ordnance Survey maps and colour photography.
By Terry Marsh
A new PathfinderR walking guide to the Isle of Skye, featuring 28 circular rambles designed for walkers of all abilities. Routes visit waterfalls, parkland and coastline from the northernmost to the southernmost tips of the island, from Cuillin to Portree, with all walks accompanied by GPS waypoints and Ordnance Survey...
Countryside Companion is the all-in-one guide that helps people to discover the countryside's wonderful wildlife in England, Scotland and Wales. From natural and man-made features to trees, plants, bugs and beasties, this handy guide covers every aspect of nature to be found on a thrilling country walk.
Contains 15 fascinating and entertaining walks through Oxford, from the city centre to Port Meadow and Wolvercote, with colour throughout and easy-to-use maps. For tourists, visitors and residents alike, each walk is an enjoyable collection of insightful and intriguing short stories that bring Oxford to life.