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Fire can fascinate, inspire, capture the imagination and bring families and communities together. For thousands of years, at every corner of the globe, humans have been huddling around fires: from the basic and primitive essentials of light, heat, energy and cooking, through to modern living, fire plays a central role in all of our lives.
The Kintyre Way runs for 100 miles over Scotland's "mainland island", from Tarbert to Macrihanish. You pass castles, abbeys and prehistoric remains, walking on rugged coastline and forestry tracks with glorious views over Arran and towards Ireland. This third edition has been expanded to cover all route changes with large-scale mapping.
The Snowdonia Slate Trail is a new 83-mile circuit in North Wales. The walk links intriguing villages and visits the area's slate heritage, with stunning scenery including views of Snowdon. Walkers can also see and ride on the 'little trains of Wales'. This rainproof guidebook has detailed mapping, clear route description and has 95 colour photos.
John G. O'Dwyer's comprehensive guide to the best walks in Tipperary and Waterford has now been updated and expanded to include Laois and Offaly. From the rugged Comeragh coums to the stately peaks of the Galtees, and from Slievenamon to the glens of the popular Slieve Bloom Mountains, there are walks to suit all tastes in these uplands.
A walking guide to the islands of Madeira and Porto Santo. Selection of varied day walks exploring Madeira's network of levadas (water channels) as well as routes across steep and rugged mountains, with slopes of bare rock or laurisilva 'cloud' forest. The neighbouring island of Porto Santo offers easy walking and a sandy beach.
This is England's most popular walk, and this enlarged, updated guidebook does it justice at last. Its 184 miles (296 km) run across the north of England from Irish Sea to North Sea, passing through fine scenery, with welcoming pubs and plenty of accommodation. The book is richly illustrated with 150 photographs, 25 pages of maps and 16 altitude profiles.
From breathtaking waterfalls to verdant river valleys, this guide details fifty of the very best hiking trails in the state. Inside you'll find detailed maps, mile-by-mile trail descriptions, backpacking tips, and informative details about landmarks and natural history.
Practical guide to walking the Dorset & South Devon Coast Path, the third and last section of the South-West-Coast Path National Trail, with large-scale trail maps, places to stay, places to eat, what to see and public transport information.
Practical, all-in-one guidebook to walking the South Downs Way National Trail with large-scale walking maps, places to stay, places to eat, what to see and public transport information.
If you enjoy walks in the countryside, Scotland should be on your list of places to visit, and you should bring this book as your guide. Anyone who has ever visited Scotland will mention the Highlands with its rolling hills and unspoiled landscape, and this book will guide you along some of the best routes the area has to offer.
Art of Freedom, by award-winning author Bernadette McDonald, is a profound and moving profile of Voytek Kurtyka, one of the international climbing world's most respected, complex and reclusive mountaineers. Winner of the 2017 Boardman Tasker Award for Mountain Literature.
Day Walks on the Pembrokeshire Coast by Harri Roberts features 20 classic coastal routes between 6.5 miles and 13 miles (10.4km and 20.8km) in length, suitable for hillwalkers of all abilities. Features Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 maps; easy-to-follow directions; details and distance and navigation info, and refreshment stops and local information.