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Pennine Way - Trailblazer

Pennine Way - Trailblazer

by: Stuart Greig
The Pennine Way is Britain's oldest and best known National Trail and many still regard it as the best. It winds for 253 miles over wild moorland and through quiet dales, following the backbone of northern England. Crossing some of the finest areas of the Peak District, Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland National Parks, this superb footpath showcases Britain's best upland scenery, while touching the literary landscape of the Bronte family and Roman history along Hadrian's Wall.

One of the strengths of Trailblazer guides is the mapping and this guide includes 138 detailed walking maps at the large scale of just under 1:20,000, making route finding accurate and easy. The unique mapping features include walking times, directions, tricky junctions, places to stay, places to eat and points of interest. These are not general purpose maps but fully edited maps drawn by walkers for walkers.

The maps are supported by detailed route descriptions. Itineraries cover hiking the 253-mile route in its entirety or sampling the delights on day walks or short breaks and include detailed public transport information for all access points. There is practical information for all budgets, what to see, where to stay, where to eat including pubs, hotels, B&B, camping and hostels. There are detailed guides to 57 towns and villages. The comprehensive introductory chapters also include planning the walk, itineraries based upon preferred type of accommodation, the environment and nature. There are also overview maps and a distance chart. The book includes downloadable GPS waypoints.

ISBN 9781905864614 Pages 310 (2014) 120mm x 180mm

Price: 9.50