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Pennine Way North - Bowes to Kirk Yetholm

Pennine Way North - Bowes to Kirk Yetholm

by: Tony Hopkins
The Pennine Way is the 410km National Trail stretching along the backbone of Britain. This volume features the northern section of the Way, following Natural England's acorn waymarks, from Bowes across the rugged Durham moors, past Hadrian's Wall to Kirk Yetholm, a distance of 207km.

This is one of the previous official guides that described the Pennine Way in two separate books for the south and north sections. It is suitable for the long distance walker or the week-end stroller and contains all the information you need. The route is split into convenient sections, each with Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 maps marked with points of special interest. Also included are instructions for circular routes off the Trail for shorter walks, enabling the walker to explore the local area. There is comprehensive route information on each section with colour photographs and notes on nearby features. To make the journey even more interesting there is background information on local history, wildlife, archaeology, geology, industry and land use. Although now out of date this classic guidebook was the last edition of the official Pennine Way guide published in two seperate volumes.

ISBN 9781854109620 Pages 168 (1995) 130mm x 210mm

Price: 5.00