The Teesdale Way: From Dufton to the North Sea

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Cicerone Press, Sep 9, 2010 - Sports & Recreation - 160 pages
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A guidebook to The Teesdale Way which follows the River Tees for exactly 100 miles from its source near Dufton to its outlet at Middlesbrough on the north-east coast. The Way is divided into eight stages of moderate walking and takes about a fortnight to complete. The route leads through varied country - wild moorland and deep dales, many with dramatic waterfalls, gentle pastures and industrial towns. Not everyone will wish to tackle the Teesdale Way in one go. A final chapter in this book describes ten circular day walks designed to combine parts of the Teesdale Way with footpaths through fine countryside flanking the river on both sides. Reprinted with updates in 2013.

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User Review  - summonedbyfells - LibraryThing

I used this guide recently to walk this route from the Pennines to the north sea at Middlesborough. It's good in that no supplementary maps are necessary though they may be thought a useful addition ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Martin Collins is a freelance author, photo-journalist and cartographer, as well as a regular contributor to the UK outdoor media. He has written over twenty books for walkers embracing the coast, mountains and countryside of the UK and parts of Europe. Paddy Dillon is a prolific outdoor writer with a score and more books to his name.

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