Walking Through Spring
An English Journey
Spring arrives a little later the further north you go, progressing at roughly walking pace. Beginning on the first day of the season on the south coast and arriving in Scotland on the last, three months later, Hoyland's epic walk follows the progress of new growth as he connects ancient tracks, green ways and footpaths for 500 miles, observing the flora and fauna along the way and drawing inspiration from favourite writers' reactions to the landscape he passes through.
South Pennines and the Bronte Moors
Including Ilkley Moor
Published in partnership with the Ramblers' Association, the pocket-sized books in the Freedom to Roam series celebrate the right we all enjoy to explore open countryside. This volume on the South Pennines features twelve new walks of varying distance and difficulty. Each is accompanied by an Ordnance Survey map as well as a detailed description of the location including points of interest.
North: Bowes to Kirk Yetholm
The northern section of the Pennine Way runs from Cumbria, past Hadrian's Wall and across the Cheviots to the Scottish border. One of the most rewarding and challenging trails for the walker, the route is comprehensively explained in this guidebook, with Ordnance Survey maps, background information on history and wildlife, circular routes for shorter walks from the trail and details of public transport and accommodation.
Walking the Border
A Journey between Scotland and England
In 2013 Ian Crofton walked the Scots-English border from Gretna Green to Berwick-upon-Tweed. His journey, recounted in this richly evocative book, took him along river valleys, over bleak moorland and through dense conifer plantations, sometimes camping, sometimes staying in inns or B&Bs. In the best tradition of travel writing, he describes the landscape and the – farmers, shepherds, bar staff, anglers – he meets along the way, explores the region's history, literature and legend, and reflects on the nature of borders.
The Yorkshire Dales
Walks from the Howgills to Nidderdale
Part of the Halgrove Discover series, this book is a journey of discovery through the Yorkshire Dales, one of the most popular walking areas in the country. The 21 walks described in the book are of varying lengths and difficulties, each one carefully chosen to provide a constant variety of interest. The walks are accompanied by a general introduction, a short background history of the region and over 200 colour photographs by Jerry Rawson.