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The Most Amazing Places to Visit in Britain's Countryside

Travel Guide Out of Print
By: Reader's Digest
320 pages, Col illus throughout
Publisher: Reader's Digest
The Most Amazing Places to Visit in Britain's Countryside
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  • The Most Amazing Places to Visit in Britain's Countryside ISBN: 9780276444128 Paperback Mar 2009 Out of Print #179528
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This book will take you on a fantastic journey of discovery to some of the most spectacular and unspoiled parts of Britain's countryside. From lonely salt-marshes teeming with wildlife to wind-swept mountain peaks towering over forested glens, let "The Most Amazing Places in Britain's Countryside" show you the amazing variety of landscape that Britain has to offer. This book is organised by region and covers 500 spots, all of which are accessible to walker or motorist.

It helps you to: explore the bleak wilderness of Dartmoor National Park with its rolling moorland; relive a blood-filled past in the battlefields of Northumberland's borderland; relax in the tranquil charm of the Cotswold villages; and, discover the best spots around for breathtaking vistas and invigorating walks.Along the way you can find out about the various flora and fauna that can be seen in the UK. Unusual aspects of the British landscape are also highlighted, such as chalk figures or ancient pathways. With many features on the hidden secrets of Britain, this book will be an invaluable companion when exploring our countryside.

Contents

1 SW England; 2 Southern England; 3 Eastern England; 4 Wales & the Welsh Borders; 5 Northern England; 6 Scotland.

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Travel Guide Out of Print
By: Reader's Digest
320 pages, Col illus throughout
Publisher: Reader's Digest
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