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Voyage of the Beagle

When the Beagle sailed out of Devonport on 27th December 1831, Charles Darwin was twenty-two and setting off on the voyage of a lifetime. The journal that he kept shows a naturalist making patient observations concerning geology and natural history as well as people, places and events.

Wainwright, Martin Wainwright

Wainwright, Martin Wainwright
Wainwright: The Man Who Loved the Lakes is a celebration of the British landscape, and it tells the remarkable story of Alfred Wainwright who in 1952 decided to hand draw a series of guides to the fells of Lakeland. For the next 13 years he spent every weekend walking, and every weekday evening drawing and writing – completing one page per night …

Walking the Border: A Journey Between Scotland and England

Walking the Border: A Journey Between Scotland and England, Ian Crofton
In this book Ian Crofton makes a journey on foot from Gretna Green in the southwest to Berwick in the northeast, following as close as possible the Anglo-Scottish Border as it has been fixed since the union of the crowns in 1603 …

Walking the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path – Official Guide

Walking the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path – Official Guide, Carl Rogers
The 125 mile/200km long Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path passes through some of the grandest coastal scenery in Wales–wide sandy bays and estuaries, intimate coves, dramatic cliffs and rocky islets, sand dunes and forests–much of it designated ‘An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). This Official Guide has been designed to provide all the information needed to plan and walk the coastal path and includes: Information on accommodation, public transport, seasonal closures and tidal restrictions. Twelve day-walk chapter sections with detailed route descriptions and full Ordnance Survey mapping. Fascinating notes on points of interest.

Walking with Beatrix Potter, Norman Buckley

Walking with Beatrix Potter – 15 Walks in Beatrix Potter Country, Norman Buckley
For many visitors, Beatrix Potter is the most interesting of the Lake District writers. The fact that so many of her stories have clear Lake District locations provides the basis for this book of short easy walks. Follow the adventures of Jeremy Fisher, Squirrel Nutkin, Mrs Tiggy Winkle, Peter Rabbit and many others, actually walking in their footsteps and visiting their lakes and rivers, their houses and gardens …

Wild Nights: Camping Britain’s Extremes (Phoebe Smith)

Britain’s most famous wild camper and best-selling author of Extreme Sleeps, Phoebe Smith, is back. After bivvying under boulders and camping in caves on her last tent-bound adventure, she’s decided to hit the UK’s wild places once again but this time take it further. Determined to discover what defines a truly ‘extreme’ night out, and see if she has the guts to do it, she heads to the extremities of the country.

Battling whiteouts in Wales, facing monster waves in Suffolk and attempting to make camp in gale-force winds on Britain’s highest mountain, Phoebe takes us on a series of inspirational expeditions into the wilderness as she quests to find the ultimate pitch.

Wilderness Weekends: Wild adventures in Britain’s rugged corners (Phoebe Smith)

Bed down among some of the most dramatic landscapes in the world and discover your own bolthole in one of Britain’s rugged corners. Wilderness Weekends reveals the 26 best places for wild camping from the south coast of England to Scotland’s far north. Each weekend includes practical advice, detailed maps and inspiring photographs to help the camping enthusiast take the next adventurous step. With a host of hard-won tips on what to take and when to go, this is the helping hand needed to unlock your outdoor potential.

Windsor, Weybridge and Bracknell OS Explorer Map 160

Windsor, Weybridge and Bracknell OS Explorer Map 160, Ordnance Survey
Windsor, Weybridge and Bracknell area on a detailed topographic and GPS compatible map No. 160, paper version, from the Ordnance Survey’s 1:25,000 Explorer series …