561 books (29 pages) in this category
by Clint Emerson
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Routes for day and multi-day walks
by Kev Reynolds
This handy guidebook contains route descriptions for 100 day and multi-day walks that suit alpine walkers of all abilities. The routes are based around the huts in the Maritime Alps, Julian Alps, Gran Paradiso, the Turnitzer Alps, Bernese ...eBook
by Robin Howie
Hillwalking is a way of life for Robin Howie, whose name is very well-known in Scottish hillwalking circles and whose knowledge of the Scottish high tops is second to none. For over ten years his popular weekly hillwalking column has appeared ineBook
by Kerry Colebrook & Robert Spowage Robert Spowage
Cheshire is a walker's paradise with its industrial heritage and outstanding natural beauty, and this collection of 100 walks of up to 12 miles will help you explore the best of this diverse county. The Crowood Walking Guides give detailed and ...eBook
by Gary Richardson
The perfect way to experience the amazing countryside of county Durham is on two feet. Whatever your age, ability or energy level this new collection of 100 walks of up to 12 miles will help you explore the best of this breathtakingly beautiful ...eBook
by Norman Johnsen
Northumberland offers a wide range of delights for the walker - from coastal walks to important historical features such as Hadrian's Wall. This collection of 100 walks of up to 12 miles will help you explore the best of this diverse county. TheeBook
by Maggie Mellett
Surrey is a walker's paradise, with rolling chalk downland, picturesque villages and dense woodland, and this collection of 100 walks of up to 12 miles will help you explore the best of this diverse county. The Crowood Walking Guides give ...eBook
by Tyrone Thomas
Tyrone Thomas, in association with Andrew Close, has gathered the best Tasmania has to offer in 100 Walks in Tasmania. Organised by region, the book covers walks to suit every level, grading them easy, medium or hard. All of the classics are ...
by Tim Jollands
Wiltshire is a walker's paradise with many unexpected delights. With half the county designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this new collection of 100 walks of up to 12 miles will help you explore the best of this beautiful, ...eBook
by Mark Pickering
There is an extraordinary range of landscape and walking challenges in 202 Great Walks. You can saunter by a steaming Rotorua lake, through limestone archways in the King Country, or along an historic Maori trail to the top of the Kaimai Ranges.
by David Squires
Anyone who has walked or climbed in Scotland will sooner or later come across a view indicator one of the discs or plates which identify surrounding features in the landscape. This is the first full-length work devoted to these devices. Since ...eBook
Knowledge That Will Keep You Alive
by Creek Stewart
<div><b>Learn. Practice. Prepare. Survive.</b><br /><br /> Survival situations can happen when least expected. The best defense is knowledge and confidence in the skills that will keep you alive--whether it's for a few hours, days or long ...eBook
by CREEK STEWART
Climbing the Highest Mountains of the Alps
by Dave Wynne-Jones
This is the engrossing story of the seasons the author spent climbing 4000m mountains in the different regions of the Alps. It is also about the people with whom he climbed who found time out of their day-to-day routine for this extraordinary ...eBook
by Linda Lee Rathbun
If you enjoy a short break or holiday away from urban centres and want to journey into the ‘real’ Australia, or if you're a more experienced 4WD enthusiast, then this book is for you! There are many 4WD publications out on the ...
by National Trust
When the sun goes down, it's time get out there with these outdoor challenges. When the sun goes down, it's time get out there with these outdoor challenges. Grab a torch and a grown-up and try stargazing, bat-watching and hunting for glow ...
From Urban Jaunts to Hardcore Hikes
by Lori Litchman
1 Cornishman climbing the highest mountains on each continent
by Ed Buckingham
Most of us can watch an old episode of the holiday programme Wish You Were Here without it having the life-changing effect that it had on postman Edward Buckingham. For Ed, a young man from humble origins in Cornwall, the draw of Kilimanjaro andeBook
by Alan Hinkes
8000m by Alan Hinkes. ...
by Quarto UK