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- Bloomsbury Publishing 2013; US$ 14.99
The River Thames is an often undiscovered haven of stunning scenery, wonderful wildlife and brilliant natural beauty. As well as the famous stretches passing through our biggest cities and towns, there is a hidden side to the river - wild and natural, but surprisingly accessible. This guidebook, compiled by the two major Thames charities, contains... more...
- Hodder & Stoughton 2014; US$ 12.99
2015 BBC Countryfile Magazine Country Book of the Year and winner of the Outdoor Book of the Year at The Great Outdoors Awards 2015 'Even the intrepid Bear Grylls could learn a trick or two from this book' The Times The ultimate guide to what the land, sun, moon, stars, trees, plants, animals, sky and clouds can reveal - when you know what... more...
- Vertebrate Publishing 2014; US$ 3.99
Grand to look at, grand to look from, and grand to climb' " so Great Gable was described over a hundred years ago. Probably the Lake District's best loved hill, it receives twenty thousand ascents each year and has seen the birth of two separate sorts of hill sport. In The Riddle of Sphinx Rock, award-winning outdoor writer Ronald Turnbull asks why... more...
- Freight Books 2014; US$ 12.99
A beautiful, fascinating and moving memoir where the author retraces ten walks undertaken by others, from the Highlands of Scotland to the Swiss Alps and Kenya. Doubling Back is a fascinating and moving account of walking in the footsteps of others. In 1952 Linda Cracknell's father embarked on a hike through the Swiss Alps. Fifty years later Linda... more...
- Grosvenor House Publishing 2014; US$ 7.28
Let's walk! But where? How? Who with? How far? A multi-day back-packing expedition or a stroll in the park? This book covers these questions, and will take you through ten basic steps to enjoying walking/hiking/tramping/rambling. Above all, the author provides the key to successful walking -leadership. Peter Davies has led walks in Britain, France,... more...
- Luath Press Ltd 2015; US$ 8.74
In 50 Shades of Hillwalking , Ralph Storer takes a quirky look at the peculiar pursuit of messing about on mountains and presents us with 50 personal hillwalking experiences. Walking, climbing, mountain biking, caving Ralph has tried it all, but admits to expertise only in the lost art of festering’. With room also for contemplation... more...
- Bloomsbury Publishing 2014; US$ 10.99
At the age of 45 Miles Morland resigned from his highly paid job as head of the UK division of a major American bank and went for a walk with his wife in France. Neither of them was used to walking further than the distance between a restaurant and a waiting taxi. They walked from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic, 350 miles through the foothills of... more...
- Falcon Guides 2014; US$ 13.99
San Francisco is one of America's most walkable cities, and this book describes 18 walks that can be taken by the casual visitor, including 9 in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, the world's largest urban national park. This compact guidebook will walk you through the best San Francisco has to offer. If you're planning to visit San Francisco--or... more...
- Random House New Zealand 2014; US$ 16.40
A travel book of vivid encounters with the New Zealand's people and landscape along its famous long trail. When journalist Geoff Chapple wrote a newspaper article that set out a vision for a 2600-km hiking trail the length of New Zealand, he never imagined that he would become the trail blazer. Over five years he talked to farmers and landowners,... more...