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National Trust Book of Long Walks in England, Scotland, and Wales epub ebook

by Adam Nicolson

National Trust Book of Long Walks in England, Scotland, and Wales epub ebook

Author: Adam Nicolson
Category: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Harmony; 1st U.S. ed edition (June 13, 1981)
Pages: 287 pages
ISBN: 0517545098
ISBN13: 978-0517545096
Rating: 4.8
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I bought this book in the mid 1980s and was entranced with the idea of doing a long walk in England; I especially loved the . This book planted the idea of long-distance walking in my head; it conveyed the magic of such walks, which combine hiking, travel, exploration, and navigation.

I bought this book in the mid 1980s and was entranced with the idea of doing a long walk in England; I especially loved the idea of walking the Cotswold Way. At the time I was working, raising kids, and lived in the United States (as I still do. Occasionally, as I am walking across the Yorkshire moors or along a coastal path or viewing a castle, I think of this book and mentally thank Adam Nicolson. 5 people found this helpful.

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Find nearly any book by Adam Nicolson (page 2). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. National Trust:Long Walks Brit: Long Walks Britain. ISBN 9780297779285 (978-0-297-77928-5) Hardcover, Orion Publishing Co, 1981. Find signed collectible books: 'National Trust:Long Walks Brit: Long Walks Britain'.

pro/?book 0517545098 Describes ten walks in Great Britain, each between eighty and five hundred miles, and provides information about the wildlife, history, and legends of each area Read Online.

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Are you sure you want to remove Castles of England, Scotland, and Wales from your list? Castles of England, Scotland, and Wales. by Paul Bede Johnson. Published 1989 by Weidenfeld and Nicolson in London. Includes bibliographical references (p. 210) and index.

Describes ten walks in Great Britain, each between eighty and five hundred miles, and provides information about the wildlife, history, and legends of each area
Reviews (2)
Malodora
a classic...dream on.Going to try to do the Coast to Coast ...

Gralsa
I bought this book in the mid 1980s and was entranced with the idea of doing a long walk in England; I especially loved the idea of walking the Cotswold Way. At the time I was working, raising kids, and lived in the United States (as I still do). Periodically I would get out this book (or sometimes the companion book “Long Walks in France”) and imagine walking the Cotswold Way some day. In 2012 I turned 70 and realized that I’d better act on this long held desire before it was too late to do so. So I did it that year. Since then I’ve done four more long walks in England and three in the Netherlands, sometimes with friends and sometimes on my own. This book planted the idea of long-distance walking in my head; it conveyed the magic of such walks, which combine hiking, travel, exploration, and navigation. Occasionally, as I am walking across the Yorkshire moors or along a coastal path or viewing a castle, I think of this book and mentally thank Adam Nicolson.

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