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Britain's Best Walks

Britain's Best Walks (Paperback)

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Britain's diverse countryside is undoubtedly best experienced on foot, and "Britain's Best Walks" celebrates the most picturesque landscapes this small island has to offer through 20 long-distance walks. Whether you're a fan of Britain's long and beautiful coastline or prefer the romance of its lakes and mountains; whether you favour classic walks, such as the Cotswolds Way, or are keen to try out the new Jurassic Way in Dorset, there will be a walk to please. All have been recently trampled by inveterate walker and countryside author Tom Quinn. Each walk has a full-colour map and is handsomely illustrated with specially commissioned full-colour photographs taken by acclaimed landscape photographer Paul Felix. "Britain's Best Walks" offers walkers as well as armchair ramblers the opportunity to discover Britain's picturesque and diverse countryside.

Sport & HobbiesSports & outdoor recreationWalking, hiking, trekkingTravel & MapsTravel & holiday guides Publisher: New Holland Publishers Ltd Publication Date: 01/04/2007 ISBN-13: 9781845377847  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Tom Quinn is the editor of the Country Landowners Association's magazine and has written numerous books, including Tales of the Old Farmers, Tales from the Water's Edge and Last of the Line (all David & Charles). Paul Felix is a freelance photographer who runs a photographic library specializing in the countryside and the craftspeople who work in it. He has several books to his name, including Last of the Line (David & Charles) and The Cotswolds.

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