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English Coast Path

Yorkshire Coast Path

Yorkshire Coast Path

by: Andrew Vine
The Yorkshire coastline is one of the most spectacular in Britain, and you can walk the length of it.

From Redcar all the way south to Bridlington is magnificent cliff-top and seaside walking, by turns exhilarating, picturesque and lonely. You will walk beside chalk cliffs soaring to 600ft, teeming colonies of seabirds, smugglers' coves honeycombed with caves, and miles of the finest beaches, to end at the unique peninsula of Spurn, a sliver of sand and shingle so fragile it seems certain to be overwhelmed at any moment.

The route takes in some of Britain's most famous holiday towns, including Whitby, Scarborough, Filey and Bridlington, the quaint fishing villages of Staithes and Robin Hood s Bay, and the remote expanse of Holderness.

This full colour walking guide has been produced to a very high quality with Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 scale Explorer maps of the route. It provides a definitive guide to the coastal path and is packed with information and colour photographs that bring the coast to life. The route is described in sections, each with supplementary information about everything of interest along the way. Information is provided about the towns and villages visited. It is an essential for holidaymaker and day-tripper alike, serious walkers or those looking for an afternoon's ramble through inspiring landscapes.

ISBN 9870993291180 Pages 160 (2019) 130mm x 210mm

Price: 14.75

Kent Coast Path - Camber to Ramsgate

Kent Coast Path - Camber to Ramsgate

by: Robert Peel and Peter Smith
This book describes the route of the first section of the English Coast Path in Kent (plus a few miles in Sussex and a link route from Rye). Running 66 miles from Camber to Ramsgate it was opened in July 2016 after much campaigning work by the Ramblers and others, both nationally and locally.

As well as a detailed description of the route and full colour mapping at 1:25,000 scale, the book includes information about the many points of interest and much background material about the history and geography of the Kent coast.

Kent's coastline is probably more varied than that of any other county in the Kingdom, including the unique habitat of Dungeness, the sand dunes north of Deal, the busy docks at Dover and of course the famous white cliffs. Along the way you will see the sheep of Romsey Marsh, fine views of France, golf courses galore and the Royal Military Canal. Historical sites abound from Roman forts and villas through castles from many periods to the Battle of Britain memorial with its recently opened visitor centre. The area is also a permanent or temporary home to much wildfowl, especially seabirds, the route passing through two National Nature Reserves and close to a third.

ISBN 9781906494711 Pages 80 (2016) 148mm x 210mm

Price: 7.50

Camber to Folkestone - English Coast Path

Camber to Folkestone - English Coast Path

by: AZ Adventure Maps
This is the official National Trail map to this section of the English Coast Path. The map is Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 scale Explorer mapping with the route clearly highlighted. The map is a single folded sheet printed on both sides. The map layout has been divided into three panels to accommodate the irregular shape of the coastline and to make using the map easy. There is a full OS legend included on the map describing all the features shown on the map including tourist and leisure information.

This section of the English Coast Path covers Romney Marsh, Denge Marsh, Walland Marsh and Rye Bay. Settlements include Sandgate, Hythe, Dymchurch, New Romney, Dungeness, Greatstone-on-Sea, Littlestone-on-Sea and Camber. The route includes some excellent sand beaches at Romney Sands and Camber Sands.

ISBN 9781782571926 (2017) Folded size 100mm x 210mm

Price: 5.95

Folkestone to Ramsgate - English Coast Path

Folkestone to Ramsgate - English Coast Path

by: AZ Adventure Maps
This is the official National Trail map to this section of the English Coast Path. The map is Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 scale Explorer mapping with the route clearly highlighted. The map is a single folded sheet printed on both sides. The map layout has been divided into two panels to accommodate the irregular shape of the coastline and to make using the map easy. There is a full OS legend included on the map describing all the features shown on the map including tourist and leisure information.

This section of the English Coast Path covers East Wear Bay, the busy port of Dover, part of the Saxon Shore Way, St Margaret's Bay, The Small Downs and Sandwich Bay and Pegwell Bay. Settlements include Folkestone, Dover, St Margaret's at Cliffe, Deal and Ramsgate.

ISBN 9781782571933 (2017) Folded size 100mm x 210mm

Price: 5.95

Minehead to Brean Down - English Coast Path

Minehead to Brean Down - English Coast Path

by: AZ Adventure Maps
This is the official National Trail map to this section of the English Coast Path. The map is Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 scale Explorer mapping with the route clearly highlighted. The map is a single folded sheet printed on both sides. The map layout has been divided into four panels to accommodate the irregular shape of the coastline and to make using the map easy. There is a full OS legend included on the map describing all the features shown on the map including tourist and leisure information.

This section of the English Coast Path covers to eastern part of the spectacular Exmoor National Park coastline along Blue Anchor Bay to Watchet. It then follows to Quantock Hills coast before turning south along the River Parrett to Bridgwater where it crosses the river. Continuing north along the eastern bank of the river the path passes Burnham-on-Sea and then along Brean Down.

ISBN 9781782571469 (2017) Folded size 100mm x 210mm

Price: 4.95

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South West Coast Path South Devon

South West Coast Path South Devon

by: Dennis Kelsall
This full-colour pocket guidebook describes 10 circular walks including sections of the South West Coast Path between Plymouth and Lyme Regis in South Devon. Devon has been described as one of England's most beautiful counties, its south coast encompassing everything from superb sandy beaches and soaring cliffs to secluded coves and sweeping bays. Meandering estuaries and narrow lanes wind to tiny villages and fishing settlements, where thatched cottages and perhaps a country pub cluster around an ancient church. The countryside is a patchwork of hedged fields, lush woodland and open down, all havens for wildlife and innumerable flowers. Here are the 10 best walks to explore this glorious landscape.

This little pocket guide is produced in full colour with an emphasis on stunning professional photography. Each route has clear easy-to-follow numbered instructions including all the practical information you require, and full colour mapping based upon the Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 maps. There are also fascinating facts about places along the way.

The ten circular routes are:
Wembury Point - 7 miles
Bolt Tail and Bolberry Down - 4.75 miles
Bolt Head - 4.5 miles
Portlemouth Down - 5 miles
Prawle Point - 4.25 miles
Start Point - 7.25 miles
Coleton Fishacre - 7 miles
Otterton Peninsula - 7.5 miles
Dunscombe Cliffs - 6 miles
Beer Head - 5.75 miles

ISBN 9781908632708 Pages 64 (2019) 110mm x 150mm

Price: 6.95