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Pages: 144

Language: English

Publisher: AA Publishing (30 Jun. 2011)

By: AA Publishing(Author)

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This compact and handy guide to short walks in Kent features walks between one and four miles long which can be covered in a morning or afternoon. There is an introduction for each walk giving background on the area, it's history, wildlife and other points of interest; plus key information panels providing a summary of distance, time, gradient and ascent, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, refreshments, parking and public toilets. Each walk has a highly detailed map and clear, easy-to-follow route directions.

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Customer reviews:

  • By Guest on 4 July 2012

    I have a few criteria for books on walking. Clear maps and instructions, reasonably up to date, lightweight, access to pubs/cafes en route to have lunch, and not too 'hardcore' in terms of gradient or walk length. This book does the job nicely. I've just done a few walks so far but in each case the instructions were clear enough.

  • By SEAN HOLDEN on 30 May 2014

    This is a wonderful way to get to know Kent a bit better. We're trying out all the walks. The last two we have done - numbers 16 and 17, we got totally lost on, but the children thought it great fun. Number 16 through the Romney marsh had us tramping through fields which were shoulder high and riddled with slugs - the paths had totally over grown and there was nothing to be done but go through or not go anywhere and stay with the scarecrows. The children recited 'We're all going on a bear hunt' as they rolled about the ditches, slashing nettles and picking up the gigantic slugs. On the other hand we have discovered a really beautiful walk right on our door step which has become our weekly run - so that is a frequent pleasure. If you love walking and exploring and don't mind getting a bit lost then this is the book for you. Kent is a beautiful county. Also really nice that there is a pub for every walk... that helps keep everyone going.

  • By David Upton on 29 July 2015

    Although I haven't managed to persuade my family to go on any of the walks yet, I really like the selection of walks and the way they are clearly illustrated and described in this book. Recommended.

  • By C. Ormandy on 25 February 2015

    Well thought out walks, many of them are also suitable for families with small children. Helpful suggestions re. parking and food stops as well!

  • By Roger Bryan on 31 July 2014

    Bought on recommendation; has not disappointed.

  • By F. M. Follin on 15 November 2013

    We haven't tried any of the walks yet - that will have to wait for better weather - so can only say it looks good

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