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  • by Vivienne Crow This exciting, new and interactive guide brings families with children ten of the very best family adventures in the Lake District National Park.  With expertly-chosen adventures, superb photographs, clear information, an overview and introduction for each walk, expertly written numbered directions, large scale maps, and four themed interactive challenges for every adventure, these guides set a new standard in design, concept, clarity and ease-of-use.  

    North Wales' best coastal pub walks

    The comfortable, friendly and often upmarket pubs along the North Wales coast complement the walking on this superb stretch of the Wales Coast Path. Each walk incorporates a section of the Wales Coast Path, and starts and finishes close to a great, carefully selected pub. Combined, they cover the very best stretches of North Wales' coastline, one of striking contrasts and wonderful surprises. The easy, circular pub walks take in the North Wales Coast between Chester and Caernarfon, the Isle of Anglesey, and the remote Llyn peninsula. All the pubs are situated either right on the coast or a short hop inland — some in coves and harbours, some in the dunes or close to clifftops, others almost on the sand — and the majority are open all day. With the pubs often open all year and the walking good in all seasons, the North Wales Coast, Anglesey and the Llyn are quite rightly a year-round destination.   
  • by Alf Alderson As one of the UK’s most beautiful regions it’s no surprise that the Lake Districtis so popular amongst cyclists. It also has a fearsome reputation — climbs such as Honister Pass and Whinlatter Pass are challenging enough to have featured in the Tour of Britain, whilst the grueling combination of Hardknott and Wrynose Passes between Little Langdale and Eskdale offers some of the toughest cycling in the country, with 33 per cent gradients in some places. But the Lake District is not all super-steep hills, fortunately! There are plenty of easy lakeside cycle paths and quiet country lanes, along with the mountain bike centres at Whinlatter and Grizedale, where even the youngest cycling enthusiast can get to know this beautiful landscape. So with a little effort, anyone can access some truly magnificent Cumbrian scenery on their bike

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