Are you hoping to get a walk in over Easter?
50 walks in West Yorkshire: 50 walks of 2-10 miles by John Morrison Clear, easy-to-follow route descriptions for every walk and includes information on what to look out for and places to eat and drink
The inn way -to the Yorkshire Dales: the complete and unique guide to a circular walk in the Yorkshire Dales by Mark Reid Does what it says on the tin – takes you on quite a long walk with pubs included
Britain’s Best Coastal Walks by Andrew McCloy 15 two- to three-day walks along sections of Britain’s most famous coastal paths, which are shown on clear and detailed maps
Walking the county high points of England by David Bathurst From Dark Peak on the Pennine Way in Derbyshire to the misty Malverns in Worcestershire and Milk Hill on the Mid-Wilts Way, suggestions for ramblers to experience the English countryside
The big walks of the north: including The Pennine Way, The Coast to Coast Walk, Hadrian’s Wall Path, The Cleveland Way, The West Highland Way, The Great Glen Way by David Bathurst Definitive companion to the ten best-loved long-distance footpaths in the north of Britain, with each split into manageable sections.
Wildlife walks: great days out at over 500 of the UK’s top nature reserves by Wildlife Trusts (GB) Covers more than 500 of the UK’s top nature reserves, all of them owned/ managed by the 47 Wildlife Trusts
The most amazing places to walk in Britain: the most beautiful and captivating routes in England, Scotland and Wales by Readers Digest 200 walks through the best of Britain’s countryside, each one specially devised to include amazing views, interesting features, varied landscapes
Great mountain days in the Pennines by Terry Marsh 50 classic walks on the rolling Pennine landscape, set across the backbone of England. The graded routes, between 6 and 13 miles in length cover classic Pennine fells and moorland
The coast to coast walk by Martin Wainwright Originally devised by the legendary Alfred Wainwright, the Coast-to-Coast Walk is one of Britain’s most popular long-distance walks. Planned to seek out the most spectacular high ground across the country, it goes from the sea in the west to the sea in the east via three of England’s loveliest National Parks: the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors. 192 miles, from the quiet Cumbrian village of St Bees to Robin Hood’s Bay, which takes even a fit walker a fortnight. Sea cliffs, mountains, lakes, rolling dales and finally heather moorland.
Ramble on: the story of our love for walking Britain by Sinclair McKay This text presents a history of walking and our relationship with the British countryside. It tells the story of how country walks and rambling were transformed from a small and often illegal pastime to the most popular recreational activity in the country