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  • by Dennis Kelsall This attractive and good looking book will take you on ten short circular walks to some of the finest and most iconic views and viewpoints along the rugged Pembrokeshire coast, in West Wales. For some hillwalkers, the ‘view’ is only achieved on attaining the summit. But here, the endless convolutions of the coastline create an ever changing scene, both in front and behind; with every step shifting the perspective, bringing something different into sight. While the distant view can stretch for miles, inlets, coves and bays may remain hidden, only revealing themselves at the last moment. More immediately, the cliffs are broken by crevices, ledges, caves and natural arches, while just offshore are stacks and wave-washed shoals. Behind, the hinterland is a patchwork of hill, common and agriculture, while the vista out to the sea is endlessly changed by the weather, tide and hour. And, where accessible, the prospect from the beach is different again. Memorable walks to unmissable views.
  • Large-scale Ordnance Survey maps for walking Cheshire's Sandstone Trail in a handy pocket size book.

    Cheshire’s Sandstone Trail is probably the most popular middle-distance walk in Northwest England. Here, in handy, pocket size book format are all the maps you need to walk Cheshire's entire 55 kilometre/34 mile Trail.
    • Enhanced, large scale 1:25,000 Ordnance Survey mapping for the whole Sandstone Trail
    • Up-to-date route of Sandstone Trail clearly highlighted in yellow
    • Extra map symbols for pubs, tea rooms, parking and more
    • Trail introduction and photo mosaic
    • Useful information section
    • Ideal for walkers and all outdoor enthusiasts along Cheshire's sandstone ridge
    • Contains relevant mapping from two OS maps for the price of one
     
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