Backpacker's Britain: Northern England

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Cicerone Press, Sep 9, 2010 - Sports & Recreation - 224 pages
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A full-colour guidebook to walking 25 great backpacker's routes throughout northern England, exploring some of the best remote hill and mountain landscapes. Each route is ideally suited to a weekend away from the crowds. The collection of routes can also be viewed as an introduction to the delights of backpacking, and inspire further exploration. This guide is the first of a series of four covering the British Isles. Good colour maps, route profiles and photographs help to illustrate the routes. The book also includes a thorough introduction to backpacking and to the areas covered.

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Graham Uney runs the East Anglia Navigation School from his home in Cambridgeshire. He also writes for a large number of outdoor and wildlife magazines, has had eleven books published to date, and is currently working on a further nine new titles.

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