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Cicerone Guide: The Mountains of England and Wales, Volume 1: Wales

Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: John Nuttall(Author), Anne Nuttall(Author)
250 pages, 70 b/w illustrations, 68 b/w maps
Publisher: Cicerone Press
Cicerone Guide: The Mountains of England and Wales, Volume 1: Wales
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About this book

This book is a comprehensive guide to getting to the top of every mountain in Wales that is 2000ft or higher – the Nuttalls – in only 49 routes. This new edition covers 190 summits (the authors have discovered three new tops and one has been demoted after recent surveying work) and routes have been updated throughout, to include changes to paths, stiles and other features, including facilities available at the start of walks and maps required.

Contents

Introduction
Notes
    Selection of the Tops
    Maps
    Access
    Notes on Edition 2

1.    The Carneddau
2.    The Glyders
3.    Snowdon
4.    Moel Hebog
5.    The Moelwyns
6.    The Arenigs
7.    The Berwyns
8.    The Arans
9.    The Rhinogs
10.  Cadair Idris
11.  Central Wales
12.  The Black Mountains
13.  The Brecon Beacons

Deleted Tops
Alphabetical index of Tops

Customer Reviews

Biography

John Nuttall and Anne Nuttall have compiled a list of all the hills over 2000f t in England and Wales, and have constructed walks that take the enthusiast to them on the most enjoyable paths. Together with The Mountains of England and Wales, Volume 2: England John and Anne Nuttall have established a tradition of collecting 'Nuttalls' comparable to Munro bagging. When not roaming the hills, they live in Cheshire with their family.

Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: John Nuttall(Author), Anne Nuttall(Author)
250 pages, 70 b/w illustrations, 68 b/w maps
Publisher: Cicerone Press
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