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Skyview Posters
£ 9.99   Snowdonia South  -  Image Order
General Guides
£14.99   WALES - Lonely Planet Guide Order
£ 6.95   2000 PLUS WALES - Mountains over 2000 ft - Cordee Guide Order
Long Distance Walking Routes
£10.95 The Heart of Wales Line Trail - Craven Arms to Llanelli - 141 miles - Kittiwake Guide Order
£14.99   The Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path Official Guide (125 mile route)  Order
£ 5.95   The Bristol to Brecon Walk 
  An 85 mile route starting from the great city of Bristol, it leads across the Severn Bridge to Chepstow before heading for Usk and Abergavenny.  It continues over Sugar Loaf and Table Mountain to Crickhowell and Talybont-on-Usk.  The climax is a traverse of the magnificent Brecon Beacons before the descent to journey's end in Brecon itself.
£14.95   The Cambrian Way - Classic Wales Mountain trek from Cardiff to Conwy - Cicerone Press Guide Order
£12.95   Glyndwr's Way - Cicerone Press Guide
  This guide's 11 detailed stages describe Glyndwr's Way, a mid-Wales long-distance National Trail of 135 miles taking 9 days to complete and 2 days (and 29 miles) completing the loop down the Offa's Dyke Path. It loops west from Knighton via Machynlleth to Welshpool and covers unfrequented countryside of quiet hills and forest.
£12.99   Llyn Peninsula - Wales Coast Path Official Guide  Order
£ 8.99   The National 3 Peaks - 'Taking up the challenge' - Discovery Guide
  Undertaking the National Three Peaks walk has become a hugely popular challenge. Many 'challengers' are motivated by a wish to raise money for a charitable cause. But as well as that, more and more people are seeking personal milestones in their lives; seeking to test themselves, their stamina, their grit and determination. For many the National Three Peaks provides one such milestone. But it can be even more. It can be great fun, an adventure, a memorable, enjoyable experience of team and individual achievement. For a few it can even be a life changing event.
Sadly for others it can be a failure, a disappointment. One of the most common reasons for this outcome is preparation Ė or rather the lack of it Ė combined with mistaken or unrealistic expectations about the event and perhaps even themselves. The Three Peaks Challenge is never going to be a walk in the park. But with proper preparation and know-how it is eminently attainable for most people.
That's the reason for this book. When Steve's team started to plan for the challenge they found information was readily available on routes, timings, advice on training and hillcraft. But nowhere could they find such advice combined with a full account of a successful challenge attempt. What they really wanted and needed was to get a true feel for what they would be facing. They wanted to gauge their capabilities against others who had already succeeded, to identify with the highs and lows and anticipate or forestall their own.
This then is their story, plus suggestions on training, walking routes (including GPS track logs from the actual paths walked), driving routes, navigation, equipment, meals, and accommodation. Their Challenge Plan ran to 11 pages of text and checklists. It is included for you to copy.
£12.99   Offa's Dyke Path - Trailblazer Guide Order
£17.95   Walking OFFA'S DYKE Path - Includes 1/25 000 route map booklet - Cicerone Press Order
£ 9.95 Offas Dyke 1/25 000 Route Map Booklet - Cicerone Press Order
£16.95   The PEMBROKESHIRE COAST PATH - From Amroth to St Dogmaels - Cicerone Press Guide
  This guidebook - which includes both a guide to the route and a seperate mapping booklet - describes the scenic 180-mile long-distance walk from Amroth to St Dogmaels.  The route takes roughly two weeks to complete and is divided into 14 stages of between 9 and 17 miles.  The trail is suitable both for experienced distance walkers and those looking to cut their teeth on a long-distance route.
£11.99   PEMBROKESHIRE COAST PATH - Amroth to Cardigan - Trailblazer Guide Order
£12.99   PEMBROKESHIRE Coast Path - National Trail Guide - O/S - Maps Inc Order
£ 9.95 The Pilgrims Way - Basingwerk Abbey to Bardsey Island - Kittiwake Guide
The Pilgrimís Way is a long-distance trail of some 134 miles from the Dee Estuary to Bardsey Island, tracing an ancient route across the stunning landscape of North Wales. The walk passes through the mountainous area of the country, and at one point reaches the foot of Snowdon itself. However the walk never involves severe mountaineering, although there is some rugged terrain and a few steep sections. On the whole, though, the Pilgrimís Way is more a test of perseverance, and many stretches pass along river banks, through woodland, across fields and along the coastal path.
Each section can be walked in a day but getting back to your starting point can be awkward in an area where public transport is rather limited. The Pilgrimís Way is well marked throughout, some sections better than others, with regular waymark plaques. Sometimes these are not always easy to spot, and often the waymark confirms your choice of direction rather than helps you make a decision.
The start of the Pilgrimís Way is Basingwerk Abbey, situated in the Greenfield Valley Heritage Park, Flintshire. The walk is divided into sections which can be managed in a day. Some of these can be sub-divided over two days, eg. Trevor to Towyn, with a break at Nefyn. 14 miles is the longest stretch.
£16.95 Walking the Snowdonia Way - A 97 mile walking route from Machynilleth to Conwy - Cicerone Press Guide Order
£ 6.95   Usk Valley Walk Official Route (48 miles) Order
£15.99   Wales Coast Path - Tenby to Swansea - National Trail Guide Order
£16.99   Wales Coast Path - Chester to Bangor - National Trail Guide Order
£12.99   Wales Coast Path - Llyn Peninsula - National Trail Guide Order
£13.99 Wales Coast Path - South Wales Coast, Swansea to Chepstow Guide Order
£12.95   Wye Valley Walk - Cicerone Press Guide 
The Wye Valley Walk follows the River Wye for 136 miles through the beautiful and varied landscape of the Welsh borders. Typically taking 10 days to walk, the route starts in Chepstow and follows the Wye valley to the slopes of Plynlimon, Powys. The Wye Valley Walk is a perfect mix of river and hill walking, suitable for any reasonably fit walker
Walking Guides
£16.99 Wild guide to Wales - Includes Herefordshire and Shropshire Marches.  600 secret adventures inc beaches, 500 places to eat and sleep Order
£16.95   Mountains of England & Wales Vol 1 - WALES - Cicerone Press Order
£12.95   Hillwalking in Wales Vol 1: Arans, Arenigs, Berwyns, Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons, Cader Idris, Carneddau, Cwmdeuddwr hills, Dovey hills  - Cicerone Press Guide Order
£14.95 Rock Trails South Wales -  Hillwalkers guide to geology & scenery - by Paul Gannon Order
£ 5.95 Walks around Anglesey - 40 walks - Kittiwake Guide Order
£ 6.99 Top Ten Walks - Isle of Anglesey Order
£ 4.95   Walking Black Mountains - Kittiwake Guide   -    Between Hay on Wye / Brecon / Abergavenny Order
£11.99   50 Walks in the Brecon Beacons - AA Order
£12.99   Walk! The Brecon Beacons - Discovery Guide (GPS compatible) Order
£ 7.99   Short Walks No 31 - Brecon Beacons - Jarrold Order
£12.99   BRECON BEACONS & GLAMORGAN Walks - Pathfinder Guide No 18 - O/S Order
£14.95   Walks in the Brecon Beacons - Cicerone Press
   A completely revised new edition of this guide to 45 contrasting day walks in the Brecon Beacons National Park, South Wales in the UK, from centres including Llandovery, Brecon, Crickhowell, split into four areas: Mynydd Du, Fforest Fawr, Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains. Packed with geological, historical, botanical and other information.
£12.99   Cardiff, Swansea & Gower - Pathfinder Guide No 55 - Jarrold Order
£12.95 Walking in Carmarthenshire - Cicerone Press Guide
Guidebook to 30 walking routes (2 to 10 miles) in Carmarthenshire, south Wales, including sections of Carmarthenshire Coast Path. Walks for all abilities, including coastal, river, forest and hill walks in Cambrian Mountains, Tywi Valley, Y Mynydd Du (Black Mountains) and Brecon Beacons. Easy access from Bristol, Cardiff and Swansea.
£ 5.99   Ceredigion Coast - Circular walks along the Wales Coast Path - by Top10Walks Order
£ 7.99 Walking the Clwydian Range - 21 circular walks - by Carl Rogers Order
£ 6.99 Gower and Swansea Bay - Short walks made easy - OS Walking Guide
10 leisurely walks of 2 to 5 miles on the Gower Peninsula and around Swansea Bay, illustrated with easy-to-follow maps and route profiles and notes on the local wildlife and 'stories behind each walk'
£ 8.00 Best Gower Walks - 18 walks Order
£ 5.50   Circular Walks in the Gower Order
£14.95   Walking on the Gower - Cicerone Press Guide
  The 30 circular routes in this guidebook to walking on the Gower peninsula, in South Wales, visit its famous rugged coastlines as well as the little-explored inland valleys and ridges. The walks avoid the crowds so you can enjoy the landscape's unspoilt peace. Packed with historical and geological information. Illustrated with stunning photos
£ 4.95   Llandrindod Wells - 20 Walks around Llandrindod Wells, the walks vary in length from 3 to 9 miles and are suitable for walkers of all abilities - Kittiwake Guide Order
£12.99   Pathfinder Guide No 41 - MID WALES & the MARCHES - Jarrold Order
£ 6.95   Welsh Marches - Pocket Mountain Guide  (40 town & country walks) Order
£12.99   NORTH WALES, SNOWDON & OFFAS DYKE - Pathfinder Guide No 32 Order
£ 6.99 Pembrokeshire Coast - Short walks made easy - OS Walking Guide
   10 leisurely walks ranging from 1.5 to 4 miles along the national park coast, illustrated with easy-to-follow maps and route profiles, and notes on the local wildlife and 'stories behind each walk'.
£ 5.99 Top Ten Tea Shop Walks - Walks to the best teashops and cafes in Pembrokeshire Order
£ 6.99 Pembrokeshire - 40 Coast & County Walks - Pocket Mountain Guide Order
£ 5.50   Circular Walks in North Pembrokeshire - Llygad Gwalch Order
£ 5.50   Circular Walks in South Pembrokeshire - Llygad Gwalch Order
£ 5.99   Pembrokeshire North - 'Top 10 Walks' - Circular walks along the Wales Cost Path Order
£ 5.99   Pembrokeshire South - 'Top 10 Walks' - Circular walks along the Wales Cost Path Order
£14.95   Walking in Pembrokeshire - 41 Circular Walks in the National Park - Cicerone Press Order
£12.99   PEMBROKESHIRE & Carmarthen Walks - Pathfinder Guide No 34 Order
£ 4.95   Pembrokeshire - Exploring the coast path - Kittiwake Guide     -      Access on foot and wheelchair Order
£ 6.99   Snowdonia - Short made easy - OS Walking Guide
10 leisurely walks in the national park and along the coast, illustrated with easy-to-follow maps and route profiles, and notes on the local wildlife and 'stories behind each walk'
£ 5.99   The Snowdonia Coast - Top 10 circular walks along the Wales Coast Path - Pocket Mountain Guide Order
£ 7.99   A Pocket Guide to Snowdon - This book describes every recognised route to the summit of Snowdon - from the six 'classic paths' to the lesser known routes Order
£13.99   50 Walks in Snowdonia & North Wales - AA Guide    -       55 walks of 3-10 miles Order
£12.99   Snowdonia - Jarrold Pathfinder Guide Vol No 10 Order
£14.95 Mountain Walking on Snowdonia - Cicerone Press Guide
Guidebook to 40 of Snowdonia's best day walks, with routes up Snowdon and Tryfan, including the Snowdon Horseshoe, Cadair Idris, Y Garn and The Rhinogs. The routes range from Grade 1 scrambles like Crib Goch or Bristly Ridge, to riverside and forest walks. Includes details of a two day traverse of all 15 of Snowdonia's 3000ft peaks.
£ 9.95 Snowdonia: North - 30 low-level and easy walks - Cicerone Press Guide Order
£ 9.95 Snowdonia: South - 30 low-level and easy walks - Cicerone Press Guide Order
£ 7.99   Short Walks No 14 - SNOWDONIA - Leisure walks for all ages - Jarrold Order
£ 6.99 Snowdonia, Short Walks Made Easy - Jarrold 
  10 leisurely walks of 2-5 miles across the National Park.  Beaches, Castles & Mountain views.  Easy parking, refreshment stops, suitability for dogs.  Ordnance Survey 
£11.99   Walking in Snowdonia Vol:1 - Eighteen circular walks in the valleys & lower hillsides of North Snowdonia - To Order Only Order
£12.95   Walking the Wye Valley - Cicerone Press Guide
Guidebook to 30 varied walks of 3 - 10 miles, in the valley of the Wye, the most scenic river in England and Wales, between Chepstow in the south and Plynlimon. Landscape ranges from open moorland to wooded gorges and is dotted with the sites of Iron Age hillforts and castles. Centres include Ross-on-Wye, Hereford, Hay-on-Wye and Rhayader.
£ 6.99   Wye Valley (40 Hill and Riverside Walks) - Pocket Mountain Guide Order
£12.99   WYE Valley & Forest of Dean - Pathfinder Guide No 29 Order
Climbing Guides
£25.00 Llanberis Climbing Guide Order
£16.95   Scrambles in SNOWDONIA - Cicerone Press Order
£27.50    Wye Valley Sport - Cordee  (to order only)
The long awaited guidebook to the wealth of sport climging in the Lower Wye Valley.  This beautifully crafted book is a comprehensive guide to all the latest sport action and multitude of new routes, with full details of over 400 climbs (over half of which are in the grade range of F2+ to F6b).  This is the second title in an on-going series of "local guides for local climbers", lovingly put together by Great Western Rock and published by Dick's Climbing.
Cycling Guides & Maps
£14.99 Lost Lane, Wales - Wild Things Guide
  Travelling at a leisurely pace Jack explores the Wales and the border counties taking in mountain summits, enchanted woodlands, wild seashores, shimmering lakes and ancient ways.  Enjoy 36 rides with maps: Ride on traffic free cycle tracks from the seashore into the heart of Snowdonia and the birthplace of British mountaineering.  Cruise from cove to cove along the stunning Pembrokeshire coast, on quiet lanes bejewelled with wildflowers.  
   Explore the ruins of the lower Wye Valley, from lost medieval villages to Roman remains, Norman strongholds and the awe inspiring Tintern Abbey.  36 specially selected rides with downloadable information.  Graded from easy to challenging, with handmade maps, best pubs and tea stops, wild swims and finest viewpoints.
   Overnight stops, from B&Bs to camping under the stars.  Most rides are accessible by train.
£12.95 Cycle touring in Wales - A two week circuit and shorter tours - Cicerone Press Guide Order
£12.99   Mountain Biking - Wales  - Vertebrate Publishing     -      20 Rides - 12-50km (All abilities) - O/S 1/50 000 Mapping  Order
£ 9.99   Mtn. Bike Guide - VALLEYS of SOUTH WALES, GOWER PENINSULA & LOWER WYE VALLEY (inc map)  -     21 All ability rides Order
£11.95 Cycling Lon Las Cymru - 250 miles through the heart of Wales on traffic-free paths & quiet roads - Cicerone Press Guide Order
£ 5.95 Kittiwake Scenic Cycle Rides - North Wales  Order
NB: National Cycle Network Pocket (Sustrans) Maps:  Note that some of these are temporarily unavailable.  Some still left in stock.
£ 9.99 Celtic Trail - Chepstow to St Davids - Sustrans  Order
£ 9.99   LON LAS CYMRU - South (118 mile route Chepstow & Cardiff to Builth Wells) - Sustrans Order
£ 9.99   LON LAS CYMRU - North (137 mile route Builth Wells to Holyhead) - Sustrans Order
£ 7.99 Mid Wales North - Sustrans Pocket Cycle Map No 23 Order
£ 7.99 Mid Wales South - Sustrans Pocket Cycle Map No 14 Order
£ 7.99 North Wales - Sustrans Pocket Cycle Map No 24 - Temporarily unavailable Order
£ 7.99 South East Wales -  Sustrans Pocket Cycle Map No 12  Order
£ 7.99 South West Wales - Sustrans Pocket Cycle Map No 13 Order


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