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Edited By: Cavan Scott
239 pages, colour photographs, colour maps
Combining insightful and descriptive writing about our countryside with easy-to-follow practical information and clear, detailed Ordnance Survey mapping, "Countryfile: Great British Walks" will inspire you to explore some of the most striking areas that our nation has to offer. Offering 100 walks spread across varying terrain, this practical guidebook features a range of outings, from gentle strolls through peaceful scenery to more challenging journeys that take you to the very heart of the Great British wilderness. Covering regions across the country, from the Peak District and Lake District in the Heart of England to the highlands of Scotland and the rolling hills of the South East, this compact guide offers the tried-and tested knowledge of the Countryfile team - providing detailed descriptions of routes and levels of difficulty, as well as comprehensive Ordnance Survey mapping plus practical information to help you plan your trip. Let "Countryfile: Great British Walks" be your guide to our outstanding countryside.
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Cavan Scott conceived and launched Countryfile Magazine in 2007, working with the team of the popular television show to produce a new magazine that celebrates the great British countryside. A journalist for 16 years, Cavan has written for over 30 national magazines and newspapers. He regularly appears on local and national radio commentating on rural affairs and is a judge of various countryside awards including the RSPB Farming for Nature Award and the FARMA Farm Retailer of the Year. Passionate about British countryside and wildlife, he lives near Bristol with his wife Clare and their daughters Chloe and Connie.
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