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Cicerone Guides: The Tarns of Lakeland, Volume 2: East

Walking / Outdoor Guide Out of Print
Series: Cicerone Guides Volume: 2
By: John Nuttall and Anne Nuttall
200 pages, Illus
Publisher: Cicerone Press
Cicerone Guides: The Tarns of Lakeland, Volume 2: East
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  • Cicerone Guides: The Tarns of Lakeland, Volume 2: East ISBN: 9781852842109 Paperback Out of Print #75598
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About this book

Lakeland Book of the Year prize winner in 1996.

Contents

Introduction Notes Northern Tarns Over Water and the Uldale Fells Scales Tarn and Bowscale Fell Tewet Tarn and High Rigg Carlside Tarn Patterdale Tarns: Red Tarn and Brown Cove Hard Tarn and Nethermost Pike Place Fell Caudale Moor and Brothers Water Hayeswater, Brock Crags and Angle Tarn Haweswater Tarns High Raise to Bampton Common High Street Branstree and Swindale Wet Sleddale Wythburn Tarns: Harrop Tarn to Launchy Tarn Steel Fell and Greenup Edge Grasmere Tarns: Sergeant Man and Easedale Tarn Alcock Tarn Amblside Tarns: Loughrigg Fell Scandale Tarn and Red Screes Middlerigg Tarn Dubbs Reservoir to Holehird Kentmere and Longsleddale Tarns: Kentmere Tarn Skeggles Water Potter Fell Kemp Tarn Yoke to Kentmere Reservoir Hawkshead Tarns: Tarn Hows High Wray and Blelham Tarn Claife Heights Grizedale Forest Tarns: Grizedale Forest Satterthwaite to Arnsbarrow Tarn Southern Tarns: High Dam Hay Bridge Bigland Tarn and Canny Hil Cartmel Fell Whitbarrow South Eastern Tarns: Bowness Winster Vale Rather Heath and Cunswick Scar Atkinson Tarn Alphabetical list of the eastern tarns

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Biography

John and Anne Nuttall are the authors of the popular Mountains of England and Wales as well as nine other guidebooks. They also write a weekly column for the Manchester Evening News. In 280 walks they have explored most of North West England. They also write for various magazines about the mountainous areas of England and Wales. Anne was a member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society but gave up pharmacy to concentrate on outdoor writing. John was formerly a Chartered Engineer and manager with ICL but now illustrates many books with his pen and ink drawings. Their books have won the 1993 and 1996 OWG/ COLA Award for Excellence (guidebook) and the 1997 Lakeland Book of the Year Award.

Walking / Outdoor Guide Out of Print
Series: Cicerone Guides Volume: 2
By: John Nuttall and Anne Nuttall
200 pages, Illus
Publisher: Cicerone Press
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