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£14.99 WALES - Rough Guide
£14.99 WALES - Lonely Planet Guide
£  2.99 Wales - AA Mini Guide
£  7.99 Wales - AA Guide  (Informative travel guide)
£  4.99 Snowdonia - Insight Compact Guide
£  6.99 Snowdonia & North Wales - Insight Great Breaks


Walking Guides
£12.99 Mountains of England & Wales Vol 1 - WALES - Cicerone Press
£12.99 The Welsh Peaks - Poucher (Revised edition)
£12.99 Best Walks in North Wales - Richard Sale
£11.99 Best Walks in South Wales - Richard Sale
£12.95 Walking South Wales Valleys - Cicerone Press Guide
  A walking guidebook with 32 day routes and 2 weekend backpacking routes (the Coed Morgannwg Way and Glamorgan Ridgeway) across the valleys, ridges and coast of South Wales. This now-green landscape has superb walking opportunities in an easily accessible area. Packed with Roman, Celtic and other historical interest
£11.99 Best Walks in the Welsh Borders - From beyond Llangollen in the north to Symonds Yat near Chepstow in the South, the Welsh/English border provides a wealth of great walking country. This book selects 35 of the best walks, including ascents of "Wenlock Edge" and "The Sugar Loaf", and provides examples for walkers of all ages and abilities.
£12.95 Hillwalking in Wales Vol 1: Arans, Arenigs, Berwyns, Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons, Cader Idris, Carneddau, Cwmdeuddwr hills, Dovey hills  - Cicerone Press Guide
£12.95 Hillwalking in Wales Vol 2: Ffestiniog Hills, Fforest Fawr, Glyders, Hirnants, Mynydd Du, Nantlle/Hebog Hills, Plynlimon, Radnor Forest, Rhinogs, Siabod/Moelwyns, Snowdon and the Tarrens
£  4.99 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 – or rather the lack of it – 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 Wales Coast Path - Tenby to Swansea - National Trail Guide
£14.95 The Wales Coast Path - Cicerone Press Guide
A single guidebook to walking the whole Wales Coast Path - 1400km (870 miles) the length of Wales from Chester to Chepstow, including Anglesey, described in 57 stages. The route passes through the Snowdonia and Pembrokeshire National Parks and many AONBs and can be linked with the Offa's Dyke Path for a complete circuit of Wales.
£10.99 The Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path Official Guide (125 mile route) 
£  5.75 Circular Walks in the Black Mountains
£  4.95 Walking Black Mountains - Kittiwake Guide
  Between Hay on Wye / Brecon / Abergavenny
£  9.99 The Beacons Way - Ffordd y Bannau - The Holy Mountain to Bethlehem
£  9.99 50 Walks in the Brecon Beacons - AA
£12.99 Walk! The Brecon Beacons - Discovery Guide (GPS compatible)
£  7.99 Short Walks No 31 - Brecon Beacons - Jarrold
£11.99 BRECON BEACONS & GLAMORGAN Walks - Pathfinder Guide No 18 - O/S
£12.00 40 Classic Walks in the Brecon Beacons - Chris Barber
£12.95 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.
£  6.99 Brecon Beacons - Pocket Mountain Guide
£  5.99 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.
£  6.50 Cambrian Way - by A.J.Drake
£  6.99 Short walks No 25 - Around Cardiff - Jarrold
£11.99 Cardiff, Swansea & Gower - Pathfinder Guide No 55 - Jarrold
£  4.95 Walking the Ceredigion Coast Path - Cardigan to Borth - Kittiwake Guide   
£  5.99 Ceredigion Coast - Circular walks along the Wales Coast Path - by Top10Walks
£12.95 Ceredigion & Snowdonia Coastal Paths - Cicerone Press Guide
  As part of the Wales Coast Path, the Ceredigion Coast Path and Snowdonia Coast Path trace a curve of 233km (145 miles) of coastal and inland walking down Cardigan Bay. This guidebook describes a 16-stage guide to the walk from Porthmadog to St Dogmaels covering the trail between the Llyn Peninsula and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
£12.99 Glyndwr's Way - National Trail Guide
£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.
£  5.50 Circular Walks in the Gower
£12.95 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
£12.95 LLEYN PENINSULA COASTAL PATH - A walking and cycle touring guide - Cicerone Press 
£12.99 Llyn Peninsula - Wales Coast Path Official Guide 
£11.99 Pathfinder Guide No 41 - MID WALES & the MARCHES - Jarrold
£  6.95 Welsh Marches - Pocket Mountain Guide  (40 town & country walks)
£  4.95 Monnow Valley Walk - 40 miles Monmouth to Hay on Wye  (Spiral)
£11.99 NORTH WALES, SNOWDON & OFFAS DYKE - Pathfinder Guide No 32
£11.99 Offa's Dyke Path - Trailblazer Guide
£14.99 OFFA'S DYKE Path - whole trail - National Trail Guide - O/S - Maps Inc
£14.95 Walking OFFA'S DYKE Path - Cicerone Press
£  5.50 Circular Walks in North Pembrokeshire - Llygad Gwalch
£  5.50 Circular Walks in South Pembrokeshire - Llygad Gwalch
£12.95 Walking in Pembrokeshire - 41 Circular Walks in the National Park - Cicerone Press
£12.99 Pembrokeshire Coast Path - National Trail Guide
£12.95 The PEMBROKESHIRE COAST PATH - From Amroth to St Dogmaels - Cicerone Press Guide
£11.99 PEMBROKESHIRE COAST PATH - Amroth to Cardigan - Trailblazer Guide
£12.99 PEMBROKESHIRE Coast Path - National Trail Guide - O/S - Maps Inc
£11.99 PEMBROKESHIRE & Carmarthen Walks - Pathfinder Guide No 34
£  4.95 Pembrokeshire - Exploring the coast path - Kittiwake Guide
  Access on foot and wheelchair
£  9.99 The Complete Guide to Snowdon - The mountain, the railway, the environment, the history, the many tracks to the summit: all are expertly described in this definitive book for walkers, climbers, tourists and armchair travellers
£  4.99 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
£  3.95 Walks around Snowdon - Footprint Map/Guide
£  9.99 50 Walks in Snowdonia & North Wales - AA Guide
   55 walks of 3-10 miles
£11.99 Snowdonia, Anglesey and the Llyn Peninsula - Jarrold Pathfinder Guide Vol No 10
   The mountains of Snowdonia make up most of Gywnedd, the foremost bastion of Welsh language and culture, but the area also includes the island of Anglesey to the north and Llyn Peninsula to the west.  Both are very different in topography from the mountain heartland.  The guide contains a route up Snowdon itself, one of the easier of several alternatives, using the Pyg Track on the outward journey and the Miners' Track on the return.  There is also an opportunity to follow in the footsteps of the medieval pilgrims on their way to Bardsey Island, starting from Aberdaron and going to the tip of the Lleyn Peninsula the 'Land's End' of Wales
£11.99 Collins Ramblers Guide - Snowdonia & North Wales
£12.00 Hill Walking in SNOWDONIA - Cicerone Press
£  7.99 Short Walks No 14 - SNOWDONIA - Leisure walks for all ages - Jarrold
£12.00 The Ridges of SNOWDONIA - Cicerone Press
£  4.99 Walking in Snowdonia Vol:1 - Eighteen circular walks in the valleys & lower hillsides of North Snowdonia
£  3.95 Three Castles Walk Official Route (19 miles)
£  6.95 Usk Valley Walk Official Route (48 miles)
£  7.95 A Year of Walks - The WYE VALLEY - Sigma Leisure
£11.99 WYE Valley & Forest of Dean - Pathfinder Guide No 29
£  7.95 WYE VALLEY Walk (136 miles) - Official Route and Accommodation Guide


Climbing Guides
£17.50 CLOGWYN du'r Arddu - Climbers Club
£22.50 LLANBERIS - Climbers Club
£12.99 Rock Climbing in SNOWDONIA - Constable
£10.95 Scrambles and Easy Climbs in Snowdonia
£10.00 Scrambles in SNOWDONIA - Cicerone Press
£14.99 Welsh Winter Climbs - Cicerone Press Guide


£15.95 Mountain Biking - Wales  - Vertebrate Publishing
  20 Rides - 12-50km (All abilities) - O/S 1/50 000 Mapping 
   21 All ability rides
£6.95 Mountain Biking in West Wales - Includes 20 rides of varying difficulty (8 - 22 miles)  - Sigma Leisure
£6.99 CELTIC TRAIL - EAST (196 mile route from Severn Bridge to Swansea) - Sustrans
£5.99 Lon Cambria & Lon Teifi - Mid Wales Cycle Route Map- The official route map and information covering the 198 miles of National Cycle Network in Mid Wales, from coast to border (Fishguard - Shrewsbury).
£6.99 LON LAS CYMRU - South (136 mile route Chepstow & Cardiff to Builth Wells) - Sustrans
£6.99 LON LAS CYMRU - North (175 mile route Builth Wells to Holyhead) - Sustrans


Satellite Images
£  5.50 1/350 000 Wales from Space - BGS   Paper 590 x 840 mm
£15.99 1/320 000 Wales from Space - M.Sat Plasticised 690 x 960 mm
£13.99 1/450 000 Wales from Space - M.Sat  Plasticised 500 x 700 mm
SkyView Posters
£  9.99   Snowdonia Central Image  
£  9.99   Snowdonia North Image  
£  9.99   Snowdonia South Image  
Wall Map
£  7.99 1/100 000 Snowdonia - Outstanding Wall Map Paper 600 x 930 mm


£  6.95 2000 PLUS WALES - Mountains over 2000 ft - Cordee Guide
A comprehensive, full-colour map of all Welsh summits over 2000ft based on information from The Mountains of England and Wales - Volume 1 Wales by John and Anne Nuttall - an invaluable tool for outdoor enthusiasts to plan their next ascent and track their progress.
This first edition (and companion to 2000 PLUS ENGLAND also by the same author), depicts all 190 summits in Wales over 2000ft, comprising 93 main peaks and 97 subsidiary tops. Also included for the enthusiast are 91 minor summits over 2000ft but with insufficient re-ascent to merit similar status.
Mountain profiles are interspersed between a comprehensive list of all summits, providing an instantly recognisable silhouette of the mountain ranges and their relative positions. The list also includes heights and a symbol to capture summits attained. Layer tints highlight the relief of the rugged mountain landscape of Wales and the geographical distribution of all summits. All this within a glossy protective card cover.
Further information includes road and rail routes; hostels; coverage of relevant Ordnance Survey 1:50,000 Landranger maps; a simple co-ordinate reference system to relate the summits to the map and vice versa. This is the most comprehensive map of the Welsh mountains available.
To promote safety in the hills, information about Mountain Rescue England and Wales (MREW) can be found on the inside cover



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