Kittiwake Publications

Self-guided walks suitable for all abilities. Includes clear maps and directions together with valuable notes on points of local historical and natural interest.
 
Best Walks in Northern Snowdonia

Best Walks in Northern...

The northern part of the Snowdonia National Park, the largest in Wales, is a stunningly diverse landscape of mountains, hills, rivers, lakes and wooded valleys formed during the Ice Age. Its name derives from Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa), the highest mountain in England and Wales.

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Borth to Strata Florida

Borth to Strata Florida

Although this is a relatively short ‘long-distance’ walk it is packed with lots of interest. Many parts of the walk visit wild, remote but tranquil areas. The only company you will have is likely to be the farm animals grazing the hillsides or soaring birds such as red kites and buzzards.

Price: £5.95
 
Hidden Waterfalls in Mid & North Wales

Hidden Waterfalls in Mid...

The first guide to the waterfalls of North & Mid Wales (still in
print and still available!) gave a brief introduction to the many
waterfalls to be found in this area. This book deals with a few of the
many remaining more obvious ones, plus some that are a little more
obscure.

Price: £4.95
Local Walks Around Harlech: In the Snowdonia National Park

Local Walks Around Harlech:...

The Harlech countryside is exceptional, it is attention-holding landscape.

Price: £4.95
 
The Dee Way: Prestatyn or Holylake - Chester - Llangollen to source

The Dee Way: Prestatyn or...

The Dee Way follows the river Dee along the Welsh or English sides of its estuary, through the historic city of Chester and the stunning Dee Valley to the river’s source in the mountains of southern Snowdonia.

Price: £8.95
The Heart of Wales Line Trail

The Heart of Wales Line Trail

The Heart of Wales Line Trail describes a wonderful walk which weaves its way between stations on one of Britain’s most scenic railways. The line from Shrewsbury to Swansea is 195 km (121 miles) long, passing through some of the least populated parts of Wales in a little over four hours. By contrast, the trail is over 227 km (141 miles) in length and might well take a walker 10 days to complete.

Price: £10.95
 
The Llyn Coastal Path

The Llyn Coastal Path

Originally opened on the 12th May 2006 the Llyn Coastal Path has undergone some significant changes since then. This guide is the most comprehensive and up to date version available.

Price: £9.95
The Pilgrim's Way

The Pilgrim's Way

The Pilgrim’s Way is a long-distance trail of some 134 miles from the
Dee Estuary to Bardsey Island, tracing an ancient route across the
stunning landscape of North Wales.

Price: £8.95 RRP: £9.95
 
Walking in East Cheshire

Walking in East Cheshire

East Cheshire is an area of great contrasts, and for anyone who enjoys walking in the countryside.

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Walking in the Brecon Beacons

Walking in the Brecon Beacons

The Brecon Beacons National Park stretches from the English border to the Tywi valley in Carmarthenshire, a distance of nearly 50 miles, covering an area of 520 square miles.

Price: £4.95
 
Walking in the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean

Walking in the Wye Valley...

Twenty great walks through stunning scenery in a wonderful part of the country.

Price: £4.95
Walking Mid Wales’ Nature Reserves

Walking Mid Wales’ Nature...

Inspiring walks in some of Mid Wales’ most precious countryside.

Price: £4.95
 
Walking to Mid Wales' Waterfalls

Walking to Mid Wales'...

Crashing streams, foaming waterfalls and cascades make for some exciting experiences and wonderful sights to remember. This guidebook takes you on 24 self-guided walks to suit all abilities.

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Walking to Snowdonia's Remote Lakes

Walking to Snowdonia's...

Tucked away from view, the routes to these lakes are rarely walked. Many are found high in the mountains and some need determination to reach them. A few can be found quite close to a road but are hidden from view, with people just driving by!

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Walks Along the Llangollen Canal

Walks Along the Llangollen...

The beautiful Llangollen Canal runs for 46 miles from its source at Horseshoe Falls across the border between Wales and England, visiting the historic towns of Llangollen, Chirk, Ellesmere, and Whitchurch, as well as ancient villages.

Price: £5.95
Walks around Anglesey

Walks around Anglesey

Explore Anglesey's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and fascinating history on these 40 linked walks.

Price: £5.95
 
Walks around Betws-y-Coed and the Conwy Valley

Walks around Betws-y-Coed...

Betws-y-Coed, the popular gateway into Snowdonia National Park, lies amidst a beautiful landscape of wooded river valleys, hills and mountains containing numerous hidden lakes.

Price: £4.95
Walks around Coed y Brenin - Near Dolgellau in the Snowdonia National Park

Walks around Coed y Brenin...

Coed y Brenin, the King's Forest, covers some 9000 acres north of Dolgellau in Gwynedd and has many amazing walks to suit all abililites.

Price: £4.95
 
Walks Around Gower

Walks Around Gower

The Gower peninsula, lying to the west of Swansea, was the first ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ (AONB) in Britain. About 15 by 7¼ miles, this is a compact area that holds a surprising variety of scenery, both along the coast and inland.

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Walks Around Machynlleth

Walks Around Machynlleth

Machynlleth is a historic Welsh market town surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in Britain, making it an excellent base for walking.

Price: £4.95
 
 
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