Offa's Dyke Path: Trailblazer British Walking Guide : A Practical Guide to Walking the Whole Path Including 87 Trail Maps & Guides to 52 Towns & Villages, Planning, Places to Stay, Places to Eat, Paperback Book

Offa's Dyke Path: Trailblazer British Walking Guide : A Practical Guide to Walking the Whole Path Including 87 Trail Maps & Guides to 52 Towns & Villages, Planning, Places to Stay, Places to Eat Paperback

Part of the British Walking Guides series

Description

The Offa's Dyke Path is a magnificent National Trail that runs from the North Wales coast to the Severn Estuary following the line of Offa's Dyke, an impressive 8th century earthwork along the English/Welsh border.

The ever-changing landscape - the Wye Valley, the Black Mountains, the Shropshire Hills and the Clwydian Hills - is steeped in history and legend providing 177 miles of fascinating walking. * 98 walking maps - 1:20,000 (3-1/8 inches to 1 mile) - the largest-scale maps available. *Unique mapping features - walking times, directions, tricky junctions, places to stay, places to eat, points of interest. * Itineraries for all walkers - whether walking the route in its entirety or sampling the highlights on day walks and short breaks. * Practical information for all budgets - what to see, where to stay, where to eat: pubs, B&Bs, hotels, campsites, hostels. * Guides to 52 towns and villages - along the way * Public transport information - all access points on the path. * GPS waypoints. These are also downloadable from the Trailblazer website.*Includes extra colour sections: 16pp colour introduction and 16pp of colour mapping for stage sections (one stage per page) with trail profiles.

Information

  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 256 pages, 32 pp full colour, inc 3 pp colour flower guide and 11 stage maps and overview map
  • Publisher: Trailblazer Publications
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Walking, hiking, trekking
  • ISBN: 9781905864652

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