Wales Guidebooks

Snowdonia – Short Walks guidebook

Snowdonia - Short Walks guidebook

This book contains 20 short walks around Snowdonia from two to nearly six miles, all graded by difficulty and approximate duration. They are carefully selected to accessible for walkers of all ages, and are ideal for holidays and days out. The mountains of Snowdonia are magnificent featuring impressive peaks and challenging ridges; however, there is much more to Snowdonia with ...

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Pembrokeshire & Carmarthenshire – Pathfinder walks guidebook

Pembrokeshire & Carmarthenshire - Pathfinder walks guidebook

This Pathfinder walks guidebook for Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire book contains 28 carefully planned walks created by seasoned walkers. The routes range from two to nine miles, and allow you to see some of the best that the area has to offer. The Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire area has some of the most spectacular coastal scenery and finest stretches of coast path ...

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Brecon Beacons – Short Walks guidebook

Brecon Beacons - Short Walks guidebook

From gurgling brook to turbulent river, from sheltered glade to windswept summit and from rolling meadow to sprawling forest, there really is something here for everybody. History abounds, wildlife ekes a living out of every nook and cranny and even the scars of the industrial revolution have left a unique yet attractive mark on this very special corner of Wales. ...

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Snowdonia – Pathfinder walks guidebook

Snowdonia - Pathfinder walks guidebook

Rather than just following the crowds up to Snowdon’s peak , you can discover far more of this beautiful and varied region with this collection of 28 carefully selected walks, ranging from three to twelve miles long. Each walk includes introductory information, route directions, an extract of the Ordnance Survey map and notes of key features to keep on the ...

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North Wales and Snowdonia Pathfinder walking guidebook

North Wales and Snowdonia Pathfinder walking guidebook

Discover far more than Wales’ highest mountain with the Pathfinder guidebook for North Wales and Snowdonia. Routes include Great Orme, Tal Y Fan, the Clocaenog Forest, as well as Snowdon itself. Each of the 28 circular routes include an OS map, route description, photos and notes on key landscape features and wildlife to look for on your way. The walks ...

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Mid Wales – Pathfinder walks guidebook

Mid Wales - Pathfinder walks guidebook

Explore Mid Wales over 28 walks with this walking guidebook from the Pathfinder series. Each walk is listed by distance and difficulty, and range from a family-friendly 4km (2.5 miles) to a challenging 20km (12 miles) Often ignored in favour of the more popular Snowdonia and Brecon Beacons National Parks to the north and south, mid Wales still offers some ...

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Gower, Swansea & Cardiff – Pathfinder walks guidebook

Gower

With 28 circular, graded walks that have been tested by experienced walkers, this walking guidebook is ideal for holiday-makers, day trips and locals. The routes range from 4.8km (3 miles) to 14.9km (9.75 miles), so there is something for everyone. Each route includes a detailed description, the Ordnance Survey map for the route, GPS waypoints and key historical and landscape ...

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Brecon Beacons – Pathfinder walks guidebook

Brecon Beacons - Pathfinder walks guidebook

With 28 circular, graded walks all tried and tested by seasoned walkers, this walking guidebook is ideal for both visitors and locals. The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, so there is something for everyone. Each route includes a detailed description, the Ordnance Survey map for the route, GPS waypoints and key historical and landscape features. The Brecon ...

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Around Cardiff – Leisure Walks for All Ages

Around Cardiff - Leisure Walks for All Ages

The capital of Wales, Cardiff is one of the busiest, most modern and upbeat cities of Britain, yet it lies within minutes of unspoilt countryside. Within the city boundaries, the River Taff offers an ideal opportunity to explore a surprisingly tranquil green space and to stop off to visit Cardiff Castle. The grim legacy of an industrial past has all ...

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