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  • DVD: Caving Film- Otter Hole Caves-40 Years On Quick View
    DVD: Caving Film- Otter Hole Caves-40 Years On

    DVD: Caving Film- Otter Hole Caves-40 Years On

    £12.00

    DVD: Caving Film- Otter Hole-40 Years On An excellent hour-long film on Otter Hole is now available on DVD. This is not the original Sid Perou film from the 80s, but a new one following Dave 'Sparky' Parker, one of the original Otter diggers, on his first ever trip to the Hall of Thirty (aged 73) in 2010. The trip took 12.5 hours and all who accompanied Dave will remember it for the rest of their lives.The film was premiered to a sell-out crowd at the Palace Cinema in Cinderford and it also won 3rd prize in the Napoli Film Festival. It is now available for the rest of us to enjoy in the comfort of our own lounges.
  • Guide: 40 Classic Walks in Brecon Beacons National Park Quick View
    Guide: 40 Classic Walks in Brecon Beacons National Park

    Guide: 40 Classic Walks in Brecon Beacons National Park

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  • Guide: Brecon Beacons Short Walks 31 Quick View
    Guide: Brecon Beacons Short Walks 31

    Guide: Brecon Beacons Short Walks 31

    £7.99

    This updated edition of Short Walks Brecon Beacons brings you the best short walks around this popular National Park. Set against a backdrop of Welsh countryside, the 20 family-friendly walks in Short Walks Brecon Beacons range in length from 2 to 6 miles and take in the delights of the Beacons Way as well as the infamous Black Mountains. Beautifully illustrated with at-a-glance summaries of each walk and accompanied by GPS waypoints, Short Walks Brecon Beacons also highlights places of interest and includes quiz questions for younger walkers to answer en route. Promising hiking highlights from waterfalls to Welsh mountain ponies, Short Walks Brecon Beacons is the ideal walking guide for day trips, short breaks and family holidays with enjoyable routes for all walkers, both young and old. Each route provides a fun and informative walking companion to this attractive Welsh National Park and is packed with information on interesting local features as well as details of public transport options and suggestions for a great walk
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    Guide: Carmarthen Bay & Gower Wales Coast Path Quick View
    Guide: Carmarthen Bay & Gower Wales Coast Path

    Guide: Carmarthen Bay & Gower Wales Coast Path

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    Guide: Carmarthen Bay & Gower, Wales Coast Path Official Guide One of the series of Official Guides to the Wales Coast Path, specially commissioned by the Countryside Council for Wales, these attractive and comprehensive guides contain everything walkers need to walk and enjoy the Wales Coast Path. Written by outdoor professionals, these authorative guidebooks give long-distance and local walkers what they need to explore the coast path with confidence. With clear, expertly-written and numbered directions, enhanced Ordnance Survey maps for the entire route, professional photographs, distance charts, section introduction, background information and interpretation of points of interest along the way, these guides set a new standard in clarity and ease-of-use. This guide breaks the Carmarthenshire & Gower section of the Wales Coast Path - from Tenby to Swansea - into achievable day-walk sections. Dr Harri Roberts is the author of several walking guides, a freelance editor, book reviewer, Welsh translator and member of the Outdoor Writers and Photographers Guild.
  • Guide: Climber's Club Guide, Lower Wye Valley, Forest of Dean, (Wye Valley Supplement 2012) Quick View
    Guide: Climber's Club Guide, Lower Wye Valley, Forest of Dean, (Wye Valley Supplement 2012)

    Guide: Climber's Club Guide, Lower Wye Valley, Forest of Dean, (Wye Valley Supplement 2012)

    £25.00

    Guide: Climber's Club Guide, Lower Wye Valley, Forest of Dean, (Wye Valley Supplement 2012) The guide has been compiled by a mixed team of experienced Wye Valley hands and younger activists, and the work has incorporated not only a radical reassessment of virtually all the climbs but also substantial cleaning and regearing of all those considered worthwhile. This operation was spearheaded by the GO Wall Restoration Project undertaken by Martin Crocker in late 2005 (funded by the Access and Conservation Trust, and The Climbers’ Club Colin Kirkus Guidebook Fund).The Lower Wye crags (Wynd Cliff, Wintour’s Leap, Ban-y-gor, Tintern Quarry, Shorn Cliff) now offer a huge variety of excellent climbing: trad routes in all grades from Moderate to E6 and sport climbs from F4 to F7c+. The sport climb descriptions are printed on a pale orange-coloured background for quick recognition, while the unrecommended and unrestored routes are set on a light grey background.A complete set of new path and crag-base maps for Wintour’s Leap and Shorn Cliff has been surveyed by members of the team and redrawn inimitably by Don Sargeant. It is hoped that these will mitigate the notorious problems people sometimes experience locating the buttresses and climbs amongst the trees at these two crags.There is a brief historical overview in the usual slot after the Introduction, and there are a number of mini crag historicals printed on yellow panels throughout the book. However, the main and more detailed threads are woven into the first ascents list, now entitled Chronology (this latter may be a feature also in some future CC guides).The usual index of climbs is brightened up by the inclusion of thumbnail-type replicas of all the main action photos, and there is also an index of crags and crag features with replicas of the photodiagrams.
  • Guide: Climber's Club Guide,Symonds Yat Quick View
    Guide: Climber's Club Guide,Symonds Yat

    Guide: Climber's Club Guide,Symonds Yat

    £20.00

    Guide: Climber's Club Guide,Symonds Yat This guidebook completes the three-volume series of guides to the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean and will be published in mid July.As well as taking a fresh look at the popular Symonds Yat cliffs, the guide includes the central Forest of Dean quarries and the Cotswolds and a supplement to the Sandstone Outcrops of the Forest of Dean (published 2006). The book is lavishly illustrated with maps, detailed photodiagrams for almost every crag, and many action photos.Colossal Youth ( E5, Mountain Valley Rocks) Guy Percival Mark DaviesGuy Percival on Colossal Youth ( E5, Mountain Valley Rocks) Photo Mark Davies This new supplement from the Climbers’ Club attempts to pull together all known or reported developments that have taken place since the publication of the three definitive guides to the Wye Valley area starting back in 2007. Four new crags: Mounton Valley Rocks, near Chepstow; Plumweir Cliff above Shorn Cliff, and Bailey Quarry and the Celestial Walls near Symonds Yat are also included.
  • Guide: Climber's Club Guide,The Sandstone Outcrops Of The Forest Of Dean(Vol III) Quick View
    Guide: Climber's Club Guide,The Sandstone Outcrops Of The Forest Of Dean(Vol III)

    Guide: Climber's Club Guide,The Sandstone Outcrops Of The Forest Of Dean(Vol III)

    £12.50

    Guide: Climber,s Club Guide. The Sandstone Outcrops Of The Forest Of Dean(Vol III) The first in a new series of 'Climbers Club' guides to the Wye Valley area - this volume written by Martin Crocker describes the short "grit-like" sandstone boulders / cliffs that abound in the area. The 'Forest of Dean' experience is one of soft leafy and shady surrounds where the heady mix of grit-like solo-bouldering of up to 10m has great appeal, particularly for those who can't face or are unwilling to travel the 160 miles or so to the Peak.Areas Covered Include: Huntsham CragsRoutes Included:Deep Forest Desires (E5 6b) Shadowlands (E5 5c) Alliteration Arete (HVS 4c) Under the Rainbow (E6 6b) Cereal Killer (E1 5b) Kneeless (HVS 5a) Proboscis (VS 5a) Larkabout (E4 6b)- See more at: http://www.rockrun.com/sandstone-outcrops-of-the-forest-of-dean?gclid=CNGf0Zj-0cECFUTHtAodV1UASQ#sthash.56hHP1wu.dpuf
  • Guide: Climber's Club Guide,Wales-Tremadog Quick View
    Guide: Climber's Club Guide,Wales-Tremadog

    Guide: Climber's Club Guide,Wales-Tremadog

    £22.50

    Guide: Climber's Club Guide,Wales-Tremadog The Tremadog area is particularly renowned for its popular ‘rain shadow’ crags cradling the village named after the famous Victorian engineer William Madocks, who built the sea wall that drained the valley floor in 1811. The popularity of these fine crags, with their sunny disposition and striking lines on golden dolerite, has understandably eclipsed the wide variety of outlying crags, but there are many gems to be discovered throughout this region by discerning climbers who are willing to walk a little further (or a bit further again) from the road.The new definitive Tremadog guidebook is a complete modern revision incorporating a number of new and colourful aids to help climbers select their climbing adventures. All this bringing new life to this important, popular, and exciting area within one of the world’s best traditional climbing venues – Snowdonia.
  • Guide: Climbers Club Guide,Wales-Llanberis Quick View
    Guide: Climbers Club Guide,Wales-Llanberis

    Guide: Climbers Club Guide,Wales-Llanberis

    £22.50

    Llanberis Guide Book to Wales from the Climber's Club. A full colour model with photodiagrams it will make finding your way easier. The Llanberis Pass is one of the foremost areas for rock climbing in Britain and this guide covers each climb in great detail.
  • Guide: Clwyd Limestone  Rockfax Quick View
    Guide: Clwyd Limestone  Rockfax

    Guide: Clwyd Limestone Rockfax

    £29.95

    Guide: Clwyd Limestone  Rockfax The 2015 Clwyd Limestone Rockfax covers a wealth of traditional and sport climbing. From the magnificent Eglweseg valley, through the popular sport routes in the quarries above the village of Trevor, and on to the two trad cliffs of Pandy Outcrop and Pontesford Rocks.Since the previous Clwyd Limestone Rockfax in 2005 the area has seen around 250 new routes developed and significant re-gearing of older lines. The area is now living up to its potential as a destination in its own right or as a regular stop-off on journeys to or from North Wales.The previous Rockfax book to Clwyd has been a major contributing factor in the boom in visitors to the area. The area is now a popular destination for travelling climbers and this book is the only one that covers the climbing. It is produced in the customary high standard that climbers now demand featuring full-colour photo-topos and loads of action photos and maps.
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    Guide: Day Walks in the Brecon Beacons Quick View
    Guide: Day Walks in the Brecon Beacons

    Guide: Day Walks in the Brecon Beacons

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    Guide Day Walks in the Brecon Beacons 20 Circular Routes in South Wales. Day Walks in the Brecon Beacons is the latest hill walking guidebook in the popular 'Day Walks' series from outdoors publisher Vertebrate Publishing, following guides to the Peak District, Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, North York Moors, Snowdonia and South Downs. This pocket-sized guide features 20 circular routes between 6.8 and 16.5 miles (11km and 16.6km) in length, suitable for hill walkers of all abilities. The routes are split into four areas - Blorenge & The Black Mountains, The Brecon Beacons, Mynydd Llangatwg & Mynydd Llangynidr, Fforest Fawr and The Black Mountain. Local author and walker Harri Roberts shares his favourite walks in the region, including circuits in the hills around Llangors Lake, the Taf Fechan Skyline and Pen y Fan, and the Llanbedr Horseshoe.Each route features Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 maps, easy-to-follow directions, details of distance & navigation information, and refreshment stops and local information. The walks are illustrated with stunning photography by the author and outdoor photographer Adam Long.Harri Roberts is a freelance writer, editor and translator based in Newport, Gwent. He has authored a number of Welsh walking guides, including a forthcoming official guidebook to the Wales Coast Path (Amroth to Swansea section). His love of the Brecon Beacons developed during research for an ambitious guide to the Cambrian Way, a high-level, Welsh 'end-to-end' across some of the most scenic and mountainous terrain in the country.
  • Guide: Gower Rock - Selected Rock Climbs Quick View
    Guide: Gower Rock - Selected Rock Climbs

    Guide: Gower Rock - Selected Rock Climbs

    £14.99

    Guide: Gower Rock - Selected Rock Climbs Gower Rock aims to showcase the depth and quality of rock climbing on this wild, beautiful yet somewhat unknown peninsula. The area contains a wide variety of climbing on an enticing array of venues. On some routes you can step straight off golden sands onto classic lines; in other cases you can wend your way across peaceful cliff-top paths before dropping into some pretty demanding terrain just a stone’s throw from ice-cream-scoffing tourists and pastoral picnic spots.The magnificent areas of Fall Bay and Three Cliffs have enough classic routes to keep you busy on many visits to the peninsula. The sport crags of Southgate compliment and add variety to the well-established hard routes of Oxwich and Pwlldu. The selection of venues and climbs included in this guide will provide plenty of adventure for all climbers, among some of the best scenery in the UK.In 1956 the Gower peninsula was designated as the UK’s first Area of Natural Outstanding Beauty (AONB). Any visitor to the area will see why: it is packed full of stunning beaches and welcoming villages and provides a breath-taking backdrop to numerous outdoor activities including surfing and paragliding. There are miles of fantastic coastal paths to walk along (a perfect way to explore the many treats of the peninsula) and copious amounts of climbing.  
  • Guide: Herefordshire & Wye Valley Quick View
    Guide: Herefordshire & Wye Valley

    Guide: Herefordshire & Wye Valley

    £6.99

    Guide Herefordshire & Wye Valley Herefordshire is renowned for its hop-yards and cider-apple orchards, threaded by peaceful footpaths, lanes and byroads amidst rich pastures and wooded limestone ridges grazed by the famous terracotta-coloured cattle. But the county also has a wild side; the huge sandstone wall of the Black Mountains rises in the west, the Forest of Dean and the remarkable Wye Gorge fringe the south and the Malvern Hills offer a dramatic eastern boundary. With walks in and around villages, modest strolls to farmyard chapels, Wye-side meadows and windswept hilltops and longer walks into the more remote corners of this undiscovered county.
  • Guide: North Wales Rock (Ground Up) Quick View
    Guide: North Wales Rock (Ground Up)

    Guide: North Wales Rock (Ground Up)

    £24.95

    Guide: North Wales Rock (Ground Up) Superb full colour selected climbs guide to North Wales. The main climbing areas of Llanberis, Slate, Ogwen, Tremadog, Gogarth, Lleyn and Llandudno are all covered in good detail with absolutely loads of excellent photo topos and action photos. Over 670 of the finest climbs from all the best areas are described.This is a thoroughly modern production using full-colour topos, extensive area maps and individual crag approach maps. It also features a great collection of inspiring action shots and wild landscape images.A brilliant guide and the one to get if you want one guide to cover Snowdonia and Gogarth. Almost small enough to fit in a pocket too!Published 2014.ISBN: 978-0-9554417-7-6.
  • Guide: Pathfinder Guides Wye Valley & Forest Of Dean Walks Quick View
    Guide: Pathfinder Guides Wye Valley & Forest Of Dean Walks

    Guide: Pathfinder Guides Wye Valley & Forest Of Dean Walks

    £12.99

    Pathfinder Guides are the perfect companion for walking the highways, byways, hills, moors and coastline of the British Isles. Each title includes at least 30 Ordnance Survey maps and around 40 specially commissioned photographs, featuring circular walks with easy-to-follow route descriptions, all tried and tested by seasoned walkers. The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, so there is something for everyone.Large scale Ordnance Survey mappingGPS waypoint referencesBackground details of each areaDetails of refreshment stops and parkingWalking safety adviceInformation on Walkers and the LawThe Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean are linked both by geography and by history - the forest forms the eastern rim of the valley for much of the Wye's lower reaches, and they share a common heritage as a border between England and Wales.The imposing ruins of medieval castles in the area are a striking reminder of ancient warfare in the area.Pathfinder Guides 'Wye Valley & the Forest of Dean Walks' guide book focuses on the middle and lower sections of the Wye Valley, roughly where the river leaves its upper reaches in mid-Wales to enter Herefordshire.Hay-on-Wye, Hereford and the walled town of Chepstow are also covered, as is the classic view over the winding Wye Valley from Symonds Yat.
  • Guide: River Wye Canoe Map 2 Quick View
    Guide: River Wye Canoe Map 2

    Guide: River Wye Canoe Map 2

    £8.95

    Guide River Wye Canoe Map 2  This is one of two strip maps for anyone wanting to explore the river Wye by canoe. Designed by canoeists for canoeists, it is very much a 'hands on' map - waterproof and easy to use whilst paddling down the river - it even floats! It shows all the essential paddling information as clearly as possible at a large scale - 1:36,000. There are two maps in the series - this map covers the section from Hoarwithy to Chepstow (the section from Glasbury to Hoarwithy is a separate map - 9780995751309). This map includes Hoarwithy, Ross on Wye, Symonds Yat, Monmouth and Chepstow.The two maps cover all 161 km of the most popular canoeing stretch of the river from Glasbury to Chepstow. These are 'strip maps' - with 4 convenient sections on each map showing the river and the countryside on each side of the river. The base mapping uses O.S. geodata which has been edited and enhanced to show essential information as clearly as possible. The maps show roads, towns, villages, footpaths, rivers, streams, lakes, churches, farms, houses, woods and hills. Physical relief is shown with a contour interval of 10m. Canoeing information is highlighted with colour boxes and symbols to show recommended launch sites, rapids, campsites, pubs, cafes and canoe hire bases. There are brief guidance notes on paddling the river Wye and essential information for key sections. There are also up to date notes on other information sources - websites, books, etc. It should be invaluable for anyone planning a single or multi-day trip. Printed on polyart waterproof paper.
  • Guide: South Wales Sport Climbs Quick View
    Guide: South Wales Sport Climbs

    Guide: South Wales Sport Climbs

    £29.95

    Guide: South Wales Sport Climbs South Wales Sport covers the area to the south of the Brecon Beacons, spanning the land and sea cliffs from the River Wye on the Welsh border to Pembrokeshire in the west. The area is home to a wealth of sport climbing on a multitude of venues ranging from small inland quarries to extensive limestone sea cliffs.The climbing is easily split into four main areas - Valleys Sandstone, Gower, the inland and coastal limestone crags, and Carmarthenshire's sea cliffs. The variation in climbing on offer is remarkable for such a compact area and access is easy.This guidebook from Rockfax is the first to bring together these various crags into a single edition with many never having been properly covered in print before. Indeed, many of the crags are new, reflecting the increasing popularity of sport climbing. The book is illustrated with a large number of superb action photos and the latest full colour topos as well as up-to-date information on where to stay, eat, drink and relax.* Carmarthenshire - Telpyn Point, Morfa Bychan, Pendine* Gower - Rhossili Area, Third Sister to Paviland, Oxwich, Southgate Area, East and Inland Gower* Inland and Coastal Limestone - Dinas Rock, Taffs Well, Taffs Well West, Gilwern, Witches Point, Temple Bay, Castle Upon Alun* Valleys Sandstone - Treherbert, Gelli, Ton Pentre, Trebanog, Ferndale, Blaenllechau, Dan Dicks, Trehafod, Glynfach, Coed Ely, Cwmaman, Mountain Ash, The Gap, Navigation Quarry, The Darren, Deri, Bargoed, Llanbradach, Tirpentwys, Crymlyn Quarry, Tyle y Coch, Sirhowy, Dyffryn, Abbey Buttress
  • Guide: South West Climbs Volume 1 Climbing Guide Gloucestershire Somerset Dorset Quick View
    Guide: South West Climbs Volume 1 Climbing Guide Gloucestershire Somerset Dorset

    Guide: South West Climbs Volume 1 Climbing Guide Gloucestershire Somerset Dorset

    £25.00

    Guide: South West Climbs Volume 1 Climbing Guide Gloucestershire Somerset Dorset Volume 1 is intended to showcase the area of Gloucestershire, Somerset and Dorset and act as an introduction to the area covered by several Climbers’ Club definitive guides of the area. It covers areas close to the centres of population such as the Avon Gorge, Wye Valley and Dorset. It has been written by a talented team of local activists.
  • Guide: South West Climbs Volume 2 Climbing Guide Devon Cornwall The Granite Iles Quick View
    Guide: South West Climbs Volume 2 Climbing Guide Devon Cornwall The Granite Iles

    Guide: South West Climbs Volume 2 Climbing Guide Devon Cornwall The Granite Iles

    £25.00

    Volume 2, covers the Granite of West Penwith, Dartmoor, the Channel Islands and Lundy – the guide also covers the North Cornish and North Devon coasts. Written by Pat Littlejohn with ‘a little help from his friends’ this new guide describes some of the most adventurous climbing to be found in the British Isles and together with its counterpart, South West Climbs: Volume 1 provides the visiting climber to the area a wealth of top-quality routes to go at.
  • Guide: The Wye Valley Walk (Cicerone) Quick View
    Guide: The Wye Valley Walk (Cicerone)

    Guide: The Wye Valley Walk (Cicerone)

    £12.95

    The Wye Valley Walkby The Wye Valley Walk Partnership Published by Cicerone PressThe Wye Valley Walk follows the River Wye for 136 miles through the beautiful and varied landscape of the Welsh borders. Typically taking 10 days to walk, the route starts in Chepstow and follows the Wye valley to the slopes of Plynlimon, Powys. The Wye Valley Walk is a perfect mix of river and hill walking, suitable for any reasonably fit walker.
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    Guide: Walking In The Forest Of Dean (Cicerone) Guide: Walking In The Forest Of Dean (Cicerone) Quick View
    Guide: Walking In The Forest Of Dean (Cicerone)

    Guide: Walking In The Forest Of Dean (Cicerone)

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    Walking in the Forest of Dean25 Routes in the Historic Royal Forestby Mike Dunn Published by Cicerone PressA guidebook of 25 walks in the Forest of Dean, with all the information needed to enjoy a range of walks in the vales and glades of this ancient area. From short 4-mile walks to all-day sections of long-distance trails such as the Offa's Dyke Path and Gloucestershire Way, this guidebook is an ideal aid for exploring the forest and its history.
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    Guide: Walking in the South Wales Valleys Quick View
    Guide: Walking in the South Wales Valleys

    Guide: Walking in the South Wales Valleys

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    Guide Walking in the South Wales Valleys The 32 walks in this guidebook give all theinformation walkers need to enjoy therefreshingly green, lush surroundings of theSouth Wales Valleys. Full of superb walkingopportunities at every turn, the Valleys offera surprising level of variety crammed into acompact and easily accessible area.Its rich history is highlighted by Iron Ageforts, Celtic churches and Norman castles,while the walks in the book often follow theancient tracks, Roman roads and oldpackhorse trails that cross the region andare still in use to this day.There are expansive and uplifting views to behad everywhere, with the broad sweep of theBrecon Beacons to the north and the Severnestuary and Devon hills to the south. Itsspectacular historic sites, picturesque riversand canals and a wonderful industrialheritage mean it is a landscape to be slowlysavoured and thoroughly enjoyed.
  • Guide: Walking In The Wye Valley And Forest Of Dean Quick View
    Guide: Walking In The Wye Valley And Forest Of Dean

    Guide: Walking In The Wye Valley And Forest Of Dean

    £4.95

    The Lower Wye Valley is cherished for its dramatic and captivating landscapes, turbulent history and varied wildlife. The area has drawn visitors since the dawn of tourism, among its more famous suitors the ubiquitous Wordsworth and Turner. The Forest of Dean spreads across a wedge of elevated ground between the Wye and Severn. It was established as a royal hunting forest in 1066, though there are remains from Bronze and Iron ages and traces of Roman occupation. This is border country where Wales and England are both divided and fused. Using this guide, you’ll find a great area to explore, with as much to see on wet days as fine ones.
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    Guide: Walks Around Gower Quick View
    Guide: Walks Around Gower

    Guide: Walks Around Gower

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    Guide: Walks Around Gower The hills of the peninsula, as well as offering a range of great views, have prehistoric sites, wells, church and castle sites, as well as local nature reserves. Riverside and woodland walks lead into some of the more secluded parts of the area, taking in other nature reserves and passing historic and prehistoric features of interest. A number of walks centre around the Gower Heritage Centre at Parkmill, near the middle of the AONB. The individual walks are mostly easy or moderate, with the majority fairly short, although many can be combined into longer routes. This guide can also be used as a basis for planning several linear routes, using buses.
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    Guide: Walks in Monmouthshire and Val of Usk Quick View
    Guide: Walks in Monmouthshire and Val of Usk

    Guide: Walks in Monmouthshire and Val of Usk

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    Guide Walks in Monmouthshire and Val of Usk A new guidebook in the Kittiwake series - 20 walks for all abilities. All the walks are illustrated with easy to follow maps and have a detailed description. The walks are in the area of Newport; Cwmbran; Pontypool; Abergavenny; Monmouth and Chepstow.
  • Guide: West Country Climbs Climbing Guide (Rockfax) Quick View
    Guide: West Country Climbs Climbing Guide (Rockfax)

    Guide: West Country Climbs Climbing Guide (Rockfax)

    £24.95

    Guide: West Country Climbs Climbing Guide (Rockfax) The Rockfax West Country Climbs guidebook is an A5 sized major guide to one of the UK’s most celebrated, sunny and diverse climbing regions.Using Rockfax’s award-winning layout and design, the guidebook is copiously illustrated with action photographs that reflect the quality and variety of climbing experiences to be had on offer in the UK’s most popular holiday destination - the West Country. Many of these cliffs have never been illustrated so clearly before, and this book has some of the best crag photographs ever taken.The book covers around 900 of the West Country’s most popular and highest calibre climbs, from multi-pitch sea cliff routes, to easy-going inland sport climbs. The rock ranges from the moorland and sea cliff granites of Dartmoor and West Penwith, through the geological weirdness of North Devon and Cornwall, to the multitude of limestone’s on parade in Devon, Somerset, Avon and Dorset.Rockfax's West Country Climbs is an essential reference book to the climbing available in the region. The guidebook appeals to the holidaying or regular visitor to the West Country whilst also offering a vast amount of up-to-date and inspirational coverage for the local climber.Crags Included:AvonAvon Gorge, Portishead, Split Rock Quarry, Uphill Quarry, Brean Down, Cheddar Gorge (introduction only) North Devon and the Culm CoastBaggy Point, Lundy (introduction only), Blackchurch, Smoothlands, Dyer's Lookout, Screda Point, Speke's Mill Mouth, Gull Rock, Cornakey Cliff, Vicarage Cliff, Oldwalls' Point, Lower Sharpnose, Compass PointInland CornwallCheesewring Quarry, The Devil's Jump, Roche RockThe Atlantic CoastTintagel, Doyden Point, Pentire Head, Carn GowlaWest PenwithZennor Cliff, Gurnard's Head, Carn Gloose, Robin's Rocks, Bosigran, Great Zawn and Bosigran Ridge, Kenidjack, Sennen, Land's End, Pordenack Point, Carn Les Boel, Zawn Kellys, Carn Barra, Fox Promontory, Chair Ladder, Porthgwarra, Hella Point, Vessacks West, St. Levan's Wall, Cribba Head, St. Loy, Tater DuThe LizardTrewavas Head, Coastguard Cliff, Pen Olver, Bass PointInland Devon and DartmoorChudleigh, Torbryan Quarry, Haytor, Hound Tor, Bench Tor, Sheeps Tor, The DewerstoneTorbayBerry Head, Daddyhole, Anstey's Cove, Long Quarry PointDorsetPortland, Swanage (selected routes only)
  • Guide: Wye Valley Sport Quick View
    Guide: Wye Valley Sport

    Guide: Wye Valley Sport

    £25.00

    Guide: Wye Valley Sport Wye Valley Sport,is the long awaited guidebook to the wealth of sport climbing in the Lower Wye Valley.This beautifully crafted book is a comprehensive guide to all the latest sport action and multitude of new routes, with full details of over 400 climbs (over half of which are in the grade range of F2+ to F6b).Wye Valley Sport,is the second title in an on-going series of local guides for local climbers, lovingly put together by Great Western Rock and published by Dick's Climbing.
  • Ordnance Survey OL4 Lake District North-Western Area Quick View
    Ordnance Survey OL4 Lake District North-Western Area

    Ordnance Survey OL4 Lake District North-Western Area

    £8.99

     Ordnance Survey OL4 Lake District North-Western Area - Explorer  1:25 000 scale Map sheet number OL4 in the OS Explorer map series, The English Lakes: North-western area, is the ideal map for exploring the north-west area of the Lake District. This area is home to many natural and man made attractions from oval hills shaped by glaciers to stunning views over majestic lakes. This map includes Crummock Water, Ennerdale Water, Derwent Water, Bassenthwaite Lake, Skiddaw, Pillar, Haystacks, Green Gable, Great Gable, Catbells, the Cumbrian Way, Braithwaite, Stonethwaite and Seathwaite, Maryport, Cockermouth, Keswick, and Buttermere. Follow the Allerdale Ramble, the Cumbrian Coastal Way or the Cumbrian Way, stopping off to take in a collection of spectacular sites and beautiful scenery, all carefully marked and easy to find on the map. Take a trip to the open air theatre in the grounds of Mirehouse, on the edge of beautiful Bassenthwaite Lake – a spot that inspired both Tennyson and Wordsworth. Admire the views of Derwent Water from atop Catbells fells if you’re more energetically inclined. And if you’re looking for a challenge, standing at 3,054 ft above sea level, Skiddaw provides an easy in-road to mountain climbing, for occasional walkers looking to push their boundaries. With this map you will receive a code for use on your iOS or Android smartphone or tablet. Find our more at Mobile Download FAQ. The OS Explorer map for The Lake District: North-western area is available in both the standard paper version and weatherproof 'Active' version.

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