walking-books.com got there first but this publication follows with a similar concept taking 30 of the most popular walks in London from the AA's newly updated walks database and packages them on individual laminated cards in an easy-to-carry, durable box.
This guide features a variety of mapped walks to suit all abilities and features all the practical detail you need.
Becky Jones and Clare Lewis have put together 25 walks, each with its own theme, all within easy reach of London and all planned to be manageable for families.Price: £8.99
This book covers a very large area and includes all of the substantial hills to be found in the South East and Central parts of England. The aim for each book in the series is to contain 50 good hills to ascend, and hence the somewhat expansive coverage from the South Downs up to the beginning of the Pennine Hills.Price: £12.99
This inspirational new guidebook is the must-have accessory for new parents that want to get outdoors with their little ones. The 50 buggy-friendly walks are easy, with no stiles or other obstacles but all are spectacular walks in their own right.Price: £16.95
An essential guidebook to Britain’s most popular and classic mountains. From the mountaineering editor of Trail magazine this illustrated guide describes 170 of the best walking and scrambling routes and five ‘challenge’ routes.Price: £17.00
In and around London is the latest area Karen and her dog Boomerang are exploring - 12 varied walks from 1 to 6 miles long.
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.Price: £11.99
These fourteen simple, outings are packed with interesting things for children to see and do.
Kiddiwalks provide the opportunity to spot birds and animals; identify trees and wild flowers; feed ducks; explore woods and wide open spaces; and discover London's fascinating past.
A comprehensive guidebook to the leisure walking opportunities in Greater London.
JACK THURSTON invites you to discover the hidden corners of southern England, travelling by bicycle along its ancient network of quiet lanes and byways.Price: £14.99
It makes sense to be safe in the countryside and this companion title to the best-selling Pathfinder and Short Walks series provides a practical and easy-to-use introduction to basic map reading and navigation skills for walkers.Price: £11.99
Map sheet number 161 in the OS Explorer map series is the ideal map to use for exploring the southern area of London. The area south of the River Thames is rich in cultural city attractions, open parkland and recreational paths.
Map sheet number 173 in the OS Explorer map series is the ideal map to use when visiting the north of the capital. Visitors to this area can enjoy the sights and sounds of the city or head to one of the many riverside walks and pockets of countryside.
Map sheet number 176 in the OS Landranger map series is a great map for planning days out in West London. The area covered extends from Windsor in the west to central London and allows visitors to explore a large area encompassing much of the city and surrounding countryside.
Map sheet number 177 in the OS Landranger map series is the ideal map for planning days out and holidays to East London. The area covered extends from Gravesend in the east to central London. The map gives visitors a detailed overview of the city from central areas to suburban towns.
The OS Landranger Map Series is perfect for day trips and short breaks covering the whole of Great Britain with 204 detailed maps. Each map provides all the information you need to get to know the local area and main tracks and pathways etc.
The walks in this guide are all within the circumference of the M25 motorway.Price: £11.99