1001 Walks You Must Experience Before You Die features
wide-ranging, carefully chosen routes varying from the rugged delights
of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to the wilderness of Jamaica, and the
Harz Witches' Trail high up in the German mountains. The hand-picked
excursions take in mountain passes, woodland paths, ancient
Native-American trails, and much more.
The A-Z Adventure series features the accuracy and quality of Ordnance Survey's 1:25000 mapping in a convenient book, therefore eliminating the need to fold and re-fold a large sheet map to the desired area.Price: £8.95
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
From the Great Glen Way to the Coast to Coast Path, there is no better
way to discover the spectacular diversity of northern Britain’s
landscape than on foot.
A celebration of 26 of the author's favourite bothies, as she shares her
memories of her favourite 'stone tents' all over the UK in remote and
wild locations. Packed with expert advice on how to make use of these
'free, old, empty houses' from packing lists to bothy etiquette and the
best walks into these remote locations.
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
The classic CAMRA walking guide is now fully revised and updated with
new pubs and walking routes. 30 routes from right across London of varying
lengths make this suitable for both avid hiker and novice wanderer.
Contains 15 fascinating and entertaining walks through LondonPrice: £9.99
In and around London is the latest area Karen and her dog Boomerang are exploring - 12 varied walks from 1 to 6 miles long.
It is not as widely known as it should be that Britain has the most
varied geology of any country in the world. This book is a celebration
in words and pictures of what its mountains are made of, and how they
In 2008 Mark Clarke embarked on a journey to visit the highest point in each of the eighty-five historic counties in Great Britain. Over the course of four years, he walked over 500 miles and climbed over 100,000 feet, sampling all that is great about Britain along the way.
The Homemade Dog Treats Recipe book provides entertainment and inspiration for dog lovers who want to give their pets healthy and nutritious treats. Beautifully designed, it is packed with full colour photography of dogs helping to bake in the kitchen and easy to follow recipes.Price: £9.99
There are numerous outdoor challenges in life around the United Kingdom and maybe none greater than this challenge, John
O’Groats to Lands End.
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.
Guidebook to the Lea Valley Walk, a 53-mile path from Luton to the
Thames. The walk traces the River Lea from Leagrave, near Luton to East
India Dock opposite Greenwich where it joins the Thames Path. Features
an alternative finish at Limehouse and an optional tour of the Olympic
Park. Split into 9 stages, the walk is suitable for all abilities.