This is the definitive guide to the best long distance trails in Britain, leading you through landscapes rich in history, wildlife and views. OS references are provided throughout, with invaluable tips on where to walk, timings, nutrition and equipment. There are walks for every level of fitness and contributions from experienced walkers, with practical advice and accompanying maps and explanatory illustrations. Whether walking along the coast or across the moors, following ancient pathways or seeking out less well-known routes, Long Distance Walking in Britain is the ideal companion.
Damian Hall is a freelance journalist who has completed many of the world's famous and not-so-famous long-distance walks, including Everest Base Camp for his honeymoon and, equally memorably, Australia's Six Foot Track, where a hungry possum stole his very smelly walking boot. Damian contributes regularly to outdoor publications, including Country Walking and Outdoor Fitness, and is a member of the Long Distance Walkers Association, the Backpackers Club and the Outdoor Writers and Photographers Guild.More About Damian Hall