From ancient trails in southern England and coastal paths in Wales, to windswept moors in northern England and mountain ascents in Scotland, your opportunities for walking in Britain are as varied as the landscapes, people and cultures of this island. In This Guide: Over 50 detailed descriptions for walkers of all levels. Ridges, Rivers a Romans color section outlining the range of walking options in Britain. Foreward by Christine Elliott, chief executive of the Ramblers' Association. Two-color maps for all featured walks. Essential accommodation and transport information. Expert advice on equipment, health and environmentally responsible walking.Sleeping Bag aamp; Mat For camping in summer lowland conditions, your sleeping bag can be fairly light, but for upland camping in spring or autumn ... Self-inflating sleeping mats work like a thin air cushion between you and the ground to protect you from any stones under the groundsheet, and ... Also familiarise yourself with the true northasouth directions and the general direction you need to be heading.
|Title||:||Walking in Britain|
|Author||:||David Else, Sandra Bardwell, Belinda Dixon, Peter Dragicevich|
|Publisher||:||Lonely Planet - 2007|