Best Walks in North Wales

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Frances Lincoln Limited, Mar 1, 2006 - Sports & Recreation - 300 pages
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The Best Walks series now fully revised, updated and illustrated with colour photographs explores the very best walking opportunities to be found in a region or national park. There is something for everyone in these walking guides. Each book suggests 36 good quality walks - where possible, circular to avoid difficulties with transport. Walks are clearly graded as easy, moderate, challenging or strenuous/difficult routes more suitable for the experienced hiker. A clear route description and exceptionally detailed map is included for each walk and there are practical suggestions on transport to and within the region plus a section with useful addresses and telephone numbers. All routes were recently checked or re-walked by the author.

Best Walks in North Wales covers Snowdonia National Park one of Britain's most popular walking areas.

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Richard Sale is one of the world's leading Arctic scholars and explorers and a professional glaciologist. He has written widely on Polar history, exploration and wildlife and is the author of many books, including To the Ends of the Earth: The History of Polar Exploration which was the 2003 UK Outdoor Writers Guild Best Book on an Outdoor Theme, and The Gyrfalcon (Popatov and Sale), which was the US Wildlife Society's Book of the Year for 2006.

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