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This inspirational new guidebook is the must-have accessory for new parents that want to get outdoors with their little ones. The 50 buggy-friendly walks range from an easy mile's amble around a stunning lake to a five-mile countryside tour of Northumberland's rugged, castle-spattered land. All are easy, with no stiles or other obstacles - but all are spectacular walks in their own right. The routes are brought to life with beautiful photography, practical and inspiring design and imaginative writing with suggestions for picnic spots, play spots and points of interest along the way. Cool facts and anecdotes about the area are included in the info panel along with a quick-ref guide to each walk (how far; how easy; how long (walking time); plus 'rest & refresh' info). A route map, detailed directions plus info on how to get to each start point are included, as are further-info websites and which OS map to use. Highlights include a trip to Yorkshire's breathtaking Aysgarth Falls, coastal strolls taking in Sussex's iconic Seven Sisters, easy breezes over spectacular Lake District scenery and walks around crumbling abbey ruins in Yorkshire.
|Publication date:||25th April 2012|
|Publisher:||Punk Publishing Ltd|
|Categories:||Travel with children / family holidays, Walking, hiking, trekking,|
Richard Happer is an experienced travel writer. He is the author of The Hills Are Stuffed With Swedish Girls, 365 Reasons To Be Cheerful (Portico), and has contributed to The World's Heritage and Ramblers 75(HarperCollins).More About Richard Happer