Waterfall Walks: Teesdale and the High Pennines

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Cicerone Press, Jan 1, 1994 - Offa's Dyke Path (Wales and England) - 224 pages
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In this guide, Mary Welsh has devised 28 delightful circular walks that visit the region's waterfalls - from the famous falls of Cauldron Snout and High Force to other less well-known falls. Teesdale and the high Pennines is compelling walking country - wild and rough in winter, but welcoming in spring as the migrating birds return and the woodlands become a mosaic of soft greens. As with her other popular waterfall walks books, the author has recorded many details of the plant and animal life to be seen, from the summer flowers of the hay meadows to the changing colours of autumn trees.

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About the author (1994)

very year hundreds of walkers place themselves in the hands of Mary Welsh. Meet her and it isn't hard to see why,' says Cumbria Life magazine. 'A 60-something, she's enthusiastic, imperturbable and, above all, considerate, someone you would happily rely on'. Mary is a travel writer and an award-winning writer of walking books, having produced more that 40 walking guides. She writes regular columns in magazines and newspapers and for the internet. She has lived in the north of England for nearly 30 years, after a childhood spent in rural Hertfordshire where she was educated and after which she went on to take a degree in biology in London. Lancashire has provided her with some magnificent countryside and wonderful hidden corners to enjoy, where the noise of modern-day life does not impinge, and she hopes that you too will appreciate its many unexpected pleasure

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