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Trekking the Cleveland Way

Trekking the Cleveland Way

author: Andrew McCluggage
Yorkshire's Cleveland Way is one of the most beautiful long-distance walking routes in Britain. It is one of England's official National Trails. The route circumnavigates the spectacular North York Moors National Park. It explores both the evocative expanses of Yorkshire's famous heather moorland and the never-ending cliffs of its coastline. This is England at its best and it will be an adventure you will never forget.

This book provides a two-way trekking guide with both eastbound and westbound routes described in full. There are 20 different itineraries with schedules from 5 to 11 days for hikers and runners. The guide includes OS Explorer 1:25,000 map extracts with the entire route highlighted and refreshment and accommodation locations shown. There are step-by-step route-finding instructions in numbered paragraphs referenced to the maps. The book is packed with stunning colour photographs and is superbly produced to a high standard.

Additional content includes:
Detailed information on equipment and travelling light.
Everything the walker needs to know about route, costs, difficulty, weather, travel and more.
Full accommodation listings: the best inns, B&B's, and hotels.
Full campsite listings.
Sections on plants, and wildlife.

ISBN 9781912933174 Pages 149 (2023) 120mm x 210mm

Price: 16.50