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Rucksack Readers Explore Mount Kilimanjaro: Marangu, Machame, Lemosho and Rongai No Colour

Rucksack Readers Explore Mount Kilimanjaro: Marangu, Machame, Lemosho and Rongai No Colour

At 5,895 metres (nearly 4 miles) above sea level, the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest point on earth that a walker can reach. Success is not guaranteed, because each person's response to rapid altitude gain is different. But you can improve...

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Rucksack Readers Explore the Great Wall No Colour

Rucksack Readers Explore the Great Wall No Colour

The Great Wall of China is the largest construction on earth, yet myths about it are more widely known than facts. The best way to appreciate the Great Wall is to explore it on foot. This richly illustrated book focuses on especially rewarding parts of...

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Rucksack Readers Explore the Inca Trail No Colour

Rucksack Readers Explore the Inca Trail No Colour

This edition of our popular guidebook contains everything you need to plan and enjoy hiking a choice of three Inca Trails to Machu Picchu in Peru. Information updated with help from John Hemming. Step-by-step sections cover the Classic trail (4-5 days),...

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Rucksack Readers Explore the Tour of Mont Blanc No Colour

Rucksack Readers Explore the Tour of Mont Blanc No Colour

The Tour of Mont Blanc is Europe's most popular long-distance walk, encircling the highest mountain in the Alps (and arguably in the continent). This classic alpine route runs for 170 km (106 miles) and can be completed in 11 days. You walk through France,...

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Rucksack Readers Hadrians Wall Path No Colour

Rucksack Readers Hadrians Wall Path No Colour

Hadrian's Wall Path runs for 86 miles (138 kilometres) between Bowness-on-Solway and Wallsend (Newcastle) along the line of the Roman Wall completed in AD122 under the Emperor Hadrian. This National Trail crosses northern England from Irish Sea to North...

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Rucksack Readers Moray Coast Trail No Colour

Rucksack Readers Moray Coast Trail No Colour

This book describes two contrasting routes in north-east Scotland: the Moray Coast Trail from Forres to Cullen beside the Moray Firth, and the Dava Way, an inland route from Grantown to Forres. The Moray Coast Trail consists of 44 miles/70 km of beach...

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Rucksack Readers South Downs Way No Colour

Rucksack Readers South Downs Way No Colour

This popular National Trail follows undulating terrain from the cathedral city of Winchester to the chalk cliffs at Eastbourne. The book has background on geology, scenery and wildlife, with detailed route description and over 60 photographs. Here is...

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Rucksack Readers St Cuthbert's Way No Colour

Rucksack Readers St Cuthbert's Way No Colour

Follow the footsteps of St Cuthbert in this easy-going walk of 62 miles (100 kilometres) from Melrose Abbey in the Scottish Borders to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne in the North Sea. The route winds alongside the River Tweed, includes a section of Roman...

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Rucksack Readers The Dales Way No Colour

Rucksack Readers The Dales Way No Colour

The Dales Way runs for 79 miles (127 km) from Ilkley in the Yorkshire Dales to Bowness in the Lake District. The route heads north through Wharfedale, crisscrossing the river, and rises over high moorland to pick up River Dee through Dentdale. Briefly...

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Rucksack Readers The Kerry Way No Colour

Rucksack Readers The Kerry Way No Colour

The Kerry Way runs around Ireland's most beautiful peninsula for 126 miles (203 kilometres), starting from Killarney. It features mountain scenery and coastal panoramas, and is rich in geology and wildlife. The book contains clear mapping, 70 photographs...

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Rucksack Readers The Wicklow Way No Colour

Rucksack Readers The Wicklow Way No Colour

The Wicklow Way is Ireland's first and most popular Waymarked Way, running between Marlay Park (Dublin) and Clonegal, 82 miles (132 kilometres) to the south. It offers varied and scenic walking on the flanks of the rugged Wicklow mountains with loughs...

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