50 GREATEST WALKS OF THE WORLD


50 GREATEST WALKS OF THE WORLD

BARRY STONE    Book Number: 81740    Product format: Paperback

With difficulty ratings easy, moderate and strenuous, the first trip is an 8-9 mile trail in Wiltshire to the White Horse, followed by the Brecon canals, Dingle Way in Ireland, Herriot Way, Thames Path, Offa's Dyke Path, Camino de Santiago (30-35 days through France and Spain), the West Highland Way, the Moray Coast Trail, Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb (easy, two hours) in Australia, the Trans-Canada Trail (two years!) to Italy, USA, New Zealand, Peru, Nepal and Tibet. Whether taking a climb, a stroll or a life-changing slog in real-life or from your armchair, negotiating the fractured limestone pavements of Ireland's Burren Way or rock scrambling through Utah's Buckskin Gulch, the rush of life is slowed when all you need for the day is on your back and your only goal is a comfy bed or campsite. Barry Stone delves into some of the world's most famous and not-quite-famous-yet trails and includes walks to appeal to all regardless of ability. Packed with information about local villages, sites, full distance, what to spot and terrific local history, flora and fauna. Well illustrated paperback, 230pp.
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