Walking Great Britain
- 63 walks packed with local history, cultural and literary highlights, ecological and geological tidbits, and more
- Brief descriptions of gateway towns and services
- 75 full-color photos and detailed walk maps
- At-a-glance chart featuring trail information and amenities
guides walkers and hikers of all levels and interests to the region’s superlative trails. From easy riverside strolls to challenging mountain summits, these beautiful, classic routes span the most scenic parts of England, Scotland, and Wales. They lend themselves to a good day’s walking with detail about local history, cultural and literary highlights, plus ecological and geological tidbits sprinkled throughout.
Join in Great Britain’s national pastime while visiting varied and stunning landscapes--hidden waterfalls, wild beaches, long lochs, deep gorges, dramatic cliffs, striking sea stacks, high peaks, picturesque peninsulas, colorful gardens, Roman ruins, turreted castles, and more. Most trails are easy day trips close to popular towns and destinations, making this a perfect guide for a quick outing between museum visits or a week’s worth of robust striding.