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Cicerone Guide: The Mountains of England and Wales, Volume 2: England

Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: John Nuttall(Author), Anne Nuttall(Author)
320 pages, b/w maps
Publisher: Cicerone Press
Cicerone Guide: The Mountains of England and Wales, Volume 2: England
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About this book

There are 443 summits in England and Wales which reach the height of 2000 ft, and it is the ambition of many walkers to climb them all. There are 253 such summits in England, and this book describes how to ascend them all in a series of 58 walks.

The summits that achieve this height (and rise above their surroundings by at least 50 ft) are described by region, from the Lake District to the Chevoits, on to the North Pennines and Yorkshire Dales, and finally to the Peak District and Dartmoor. They include some of England's most famous peaks, such as Blencathra, Great Gable and Coniston Old Man in the Lake District, and Kinder Scout in the Peak District. But others have no name on the OS maps.

All these summits take the walker into some of the most beautiful hillwalking areas of England and provide a lifetime's challenge and enjoyment.

Contents

Introduction
Notes
Selection of the Tops
Maps
Access

1   Lake District - The Northern Fells
2   Lake District - The North Western Fells
3   Lake District - The Western Fells
4   Lake District - The Central Fells
5   Lake District - The Southern Fells
6   Lake District - The Eastern Fells
7   Lake District - The Far Eastern Fells
8   The Cheviots
9   North Pennines - The Western Fells
10 North Pennines - The Eastern Fells
11 Yorkshire Dales - The Northern Fells
12 Yorkshire Dales - The Southern Fells
13 The Peak District and Dartmoor

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 1: Wales 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)
320 pages, b/w maps
Publisher: Cicerone Press
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