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Walking the Wales Coast Path, Paddy Dillon - The Welsh Coast Path, at 870 miles is the longest trail in Britain, tracing the coastline from Chester to Chepstow. This guidebook divides the Path into 9 geographical areas and 57 stages, ranging between 15 to 32km in length. Full of variety; from cities and castles to sandy beaches, tiny harbours to the crash of waves against rugged cliffs, the route offers new sights at every point. Never straying far from the sea, or climbing higher than 300m, the trail can nevertheless offer strenuous walking as well as gentle rambles. Alongside detailed route descriptions and maps for each stage, the guidebook provides a range of practical information, whether you plan to walk the Wales Coast Path in full, or as a series of day-walks. Travel information, advice on accommodation and planning, as well as details on the history, wildlife and geology of the coast ensure that this is an ideal companion to uncovering the Welsh coast on foot. Published January 15.

ISBN: 9781852847425 - The Wales Coast Path


Central Wales Walks, Awen Sian Parry.  Published March 15.

Walks from the Great Little Trains of Wales, David and Catherine Wightman.  Published April 13.

ISBN: 9781908748065 - Walks from the Great Little Trains of Wales


The Wales Coast Path, Chris Goddard and Katharine Evans - The only guide to its full 896 mile route, The Wales Coast Path - A Practical Guide for Walkers is an essential companion for both the serious long-distance walker and for day-trippers who wish to tackle the Path one stage at a time. The Wales Coast Path - A Practical Guide for Walkers: Presents the complete Wales Coast Path via 73 manageable walks of approximately 9-15 miles each Provides easy-to-follow route descriptions and contains over 80 hand-drawn maps Is full of additional information on sites of historical, geological and wildlife interest Suggests alternative routes that enable short visits to additional key locations just off the official Coast Path Enables walkers to maximize local amenities and services such as public transport, car parking and accommodation options such as camp sites and B&Bs. Published March 14.

ISBN: 9781902719344 - The Wales Coast Path


Great Welsh Walks, Derek Brockway.  Published April 14. 

ISBN: 9781847718211 - Great Welsh Walks



Best Walks in North Wales, Carl Rogers - 28 carefully selected circular walks in Northern Snowdonia, the Isle of Anglesey, the Lleyn Peninsula and north-east Wales, including the Clwydian Range and the Vale of Llangollen. The walks are easy to moderate routes of 5-8 miles in length. Published Sept 08

The Mountain Walker's Guide to Wales, Colin Adams.  Published September 13.

Railway Walks: Wales, Jeff Vinter - Wales is a wonderful history and guide of the important branch lines in Wales and the scenic walks that can be taken to further explore how the railway has interacted with the Welsh landscape throughout history. Richly illustrated, this book is replete with photographs of the surrounding landscape and detailed guides on the history of each branch line from the Rhondda Railway to Snowdonia. Jeff Vinter takes us on a fascinating journey through the remote landscapes of Wales, past old tracks and ancient viaducts to discover some of Wales's hidden treasures. Published March 09

ISBN: 9780752449340 - Railway Walks 

Wales Coast Path: Tenby - Swansea, Chris Moss - 2012 saw the opening of the entire Welsh coastline as an official long-distance footpath. Now, to complement its existing National Trail Guide to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, which makes up the section of the Path from Fishguard to just beyond Tenby, Aurum publishes a completely new guide to the other most scenic and popular stretch of the Wales coast – the section eastwards from Tenby to Swansea. Starting in the superbly picturesque tourism centre of Tenby itself, Chris Moss’s guide follows the coast through Laugharne, famous as the birthplace of Dylan Thomas, Pendine Sands, whose vast level beach was the historic venue for the early attempts on the world land-speed record by buccaneering drivers like Parry-Thomas and Sir Henry Segrave, before winding right round the beautiful Gower Peninsula – an extremely popular holiday destination – before taking in the Mumbles to end in the bustling city of Swansea. With full route descriptions, OS 1:25,000 maps throughout, and dozens of stunning colour photographs, as well as a wealth of background history along the way, this new guide is the complete companion for both the seasoned walker and the weekend stroller. Published June 13. 

ISBN: 9781781310670 - Wales Coast Path: Tenby-Swansea

A Walking Guide to the County Tops of Wales, Northern England and the Isle of Man, Howard Mann - There are many hill walking challenges in England and Wales, they include visiting the top of every one of the Lake District peaks or the summits of all the mountains over 2000 feet, but the one that is accessible to all, is to stand on the high point of a county or several counties. It is the option that is closest to home. Be it one of the historic counties or one of those which was created by the major local government reforms of 1974 and 1996, The County Tops of Wales, the North of England and the Isle of Man, offers the casual walker a route to the summit of their chosen county and the committed hill walker challenges in some of the finest mountain terrain in the United Kingdom.  Published October 13.

ISBN: 9781850589808 - A Walking Guide to the County Tops of Wales, the North of England and the Isle

Wales: A Walk Through Time, Brian E Davies - Using a historical perspective to enrich the journey, Wales: A Walk Through Time describes a unique walk through a remarkable country. Illustrated with a fascinating collection of old photographs and contemporary images, the route has been specially chosen to explore the beauty and history of Wales. In this third and final part, the walk reaches Anglesey and we are treated to the glorious landscapes and proud heritage of North Wales and the Snowdonia National Park. The walk begins at the great castle of Harlech and follows an upland route to the Vale of Ffestiniog. The walk continues to the magical village of Portmeirion and the coastal town of Porthmadog before passing through the spectacular Pass of Aberglaslyn to reach Beddgelert. We ascend Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales, before continuing to historic Caernarfon, then follow the Menai Strait to Bangor with its lovely pier and cathedral. Walking over Telford's great suspension bridge we finally reach the Isle of Anglesey where the Coastal Path is followed to Beaumaris and through beautiful coastal scenery to reach Cemaes Bay and the northernmost point in Wales. Along the way, we visit prehistoric sites, medieval castles and ancient churches and explore the history of slate quarrying and copper mining. Great events of Welsh history are recalled and the reader is given a real sense of how the past is present at every step. Each chapter covers an attractive section of the walk, full-colour maps show the way, and some welcoming hostelries are discovered en route. But this is not only a guide for walkers: the rich history and images within will have the broadest appeal. Published May 14.

ISBN: 9781848687097 - Wales a Walk Through Time Harlech to Cemaes Bay

Walks in Ancient Wales, Robert Harris - Ancient Wales for the purposes of this book is divided into Anglesey, North Wales, and South Wales. Robert Harris describes a selection of walks through the most spectacular Welsh scenery, from the country lanes and footpaths of the valleys, to the wild and remote mountains. Many of the walks link ancient paths and tracks where you can learn and understand more about the distant lives and customs of our ancient ancestors. Each walk has a unique focus, is both interesting and challenging, and invites the walker to visit both famous and less well-known sites and monuments. Published Sept 03

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Wat's Dyke Way, Pete Lewis - The 61m/99km-long Wat’s Dyke Way is a linear walk through the borderlands of England and North Wales. The route runs through pastoral countryside close to the Welsh border between Llanymynech in Powys and Holywell in Flintshire. Includes a brief history of Wat’s Dyke, a map of the route, a detailed description of the trail and a section explaining how to use the guide plus four circular walks off the trail. Published June 08 Offa's Dyke Path National Trail Guide, Tony Gowers - Offa's Dyke Path (Gogledd Llwybr Clawdd Offa) is the 177-mile National Trail following the ancient earthwork that criss-crosses the border country of modern England and Wales, from the Severn Estuary to the seaside resort of Prestatyn on the Irish Sea. This is the complete, official guide for the long-distance walker or the weekend stroller. All you need is this one book. It contains the route split into convenient sections, Ordnance Survey mapping for the entire route, comprehensive, up-to-date information on public transport, accommodation and places of interest, background information on everything from archaeology to wildlife and is lavishly illustrated with colour photography throughout. Published June 14. 

ISBN: 9781781310663 - Offa's Dyke Path

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Weekend Walks in a Box, England, Scotland, Wales, Adrian Woodford - With 35 laminated cards to a box, this is a great twist to a walking guide. Each card has a different walk fully described and illustrated. Pocket a card and the protective transparent sleeve provided and enjoy your day out. The varied range of walks opens up the best of Britain's weekend walking over 1 or 2 days and for all seasons. Charming places to stay are hand-picked for the 2-day routes including small hotels, pubs, B&B's and short-let cottages.  Published May 12.

ISBN: 9781903301647 - Weekend Walks in a Box


Walking with Welsh Legends: South Western Wales - Graham Watkins first tells us a story - `love stories, tales of heroic deeds, foolishness and greed, a few fables, touches of humour. The cast includes fair maidens, evil barons, mermaids, smugglers, kings, and ordinary folk quietly going about their business'. Then he guides us on a walk round the places mentioned in the story. The walks differ in length and difficulty, and the instructions are clear and helpful. The book is illustrated with maps and photographs. Published February 11.

Walking with Welsh Legends: North Wales, Graham Watkins.  Published February 12.

Walking with Welsh Legends: Central Wales, Graham Watkings - This enjoyable book - the third in the series - takes us out walking to find places featured in sixteen stories from Welsh history and myth. We visit, amongst other places, Pistyll Rhaeadr, Cilmeri, Dolforwyn Castle, Devil's Bridge, Lampeter, Cwm Pennant, and Pumsaint. Published May 13.

ISBN: 9781845241919 - Walking with Welsh Legends: Central Wales

Walking with Welsh Legends: South Eastern Wales, Graham Watkins - This enjoyable book - the fourth in the series - takes us out walking in the south-east of Wales to find places featured in sixteen stories from Welsh history and myth. Published January 14.

Walking with Welsh Legends: North Eastern Wales, Graham Watkins - This enjoyable book - the fifth in the series - takes us out walking in the north-east of Wales to find places featured in sixteen stories from Welsh history and myth. Graham Watkins first tells us a story, then he guides us on a walk around the places mentioned in the story. The walks differ in length and difficulty, and the instructions are clear and helpful. The book is illustrated with maps and photographs. This time Graham tells of a well, a pool and a lighthouse; devil dogs, angels and fairies; a princess, a bishop, and a mad king. He takes us walking around Holywell, Rhuddlan and St Asaph, to the Goblin Tower, St Cwyfan's Cross, and to an inn with very strange people in it! The author says: As I completed each walk, I found that I had a different perspective on, and a better insight into, the related legend. The walk and the legend reinforced each other and added to the enjoyment. Published January 14.

The Mountains of England and Wales, Vol 1, John and Anne Nuttall - This is a guidebook to walking 190 Nuttall 2000ft mountains in Wales in 49 routes. Summits split into: Carneddau, Glyders, Snowdon, Moel Hebog, Moelwyns, Arenigs, Berwyns, Arans, Rhinogs, Cadair Idris, central Wales, Black Mountains, and Brecon Beacons. This new edition with definitive lists, detailed route descriptions, maps and drawings of Wales' highest peaks includes three newly-confirmed summits and full updates of all routes, including current details of maps required, parking and services available at the start of routes. Published May 09.

ISBN: 9781852845940 - The Mountains of England and Wales (v. 1)

The Mountains of England and Wales Vol 2, John and Anne Nuttall - This book describes how to ascend the 251 'Nuttall' summits in England, in a series of 58 walks. These form part of the total of 439 mountain summits in England and Wales which reach the height of 2000 feet or more. It covers the routes and summits in the Lake District, Cheviots, North Pennines, Yorkshire Dales, Peak District and Dartmoor. Published November 08.

Wales Country Guide, Peter Dragicevich - Whether you re looking for secluded beaches or mountain walks, ancient monuments or medieval castles, a romantic hotel or a top gastropub, this book gives you everything you need for an unforgettable trip.  Published January 11.

ISBN: 9781741790030 - Wales

Best Walks in North Wales, Richard Sale -  The Best Walks series aims to select the very best walking opportunities to be found in a region or national park. There is something for everyone in these walking guides. Each book suggests twenty to forty good quality walks - where possible, circular to avoid difficulties with transport. The walks are clearly graded and include easy, moderate, challenging and strenuous/difficult routes more suitable for the experienced hiker. A clear route description and exceptionally detailed map is included for each walk and there are practical suggestions on transport to and within the region plus a section with useful addresses and telephone numbers. Best Walks in North Wales includes thirty-six walks, mostly in Snowdonia National Park - one of Britain's most popular walking areas. Published June 06

ISBN: 9780711224230 - Best Walks in North Wales

Also: Best Walks in Southern Wales - A companion volume to the widely acclaimed "Best Walks in North Wales" which provides 36 magnificent routes arranged according to area together with a graded table of difficulty. The area encompasses the whole of the country that lies south of the Snowdonia National Park. Published June 06

Hillwalking in Wales Vol 1: Arans-Dovey Hills - Peter Hermon - The first book in a two-volume series describing walking routes up every 2000-footer in Wales - all 166 of them. The result is a handbook of over 450 routes covering 21 Welsh mountain ranges - the whale-backed ridges of the Black Mountains, the Brecon Beacons’ precipitous escarpments, the Cwmdeuddwr uplands, Plynlimon’s unknown valleys, the heather clad Berwyns, Cader Idris, the vast solitudes of the Arans and Arenigs, the Rhinogs and the wildest land in Wales. For those longer days the author also suggests over 100 high level traverses.
The routes are arranged alphabetically over the two volumes: Vol 1: Arans, Arenigs, Berwyns, Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons, Cader Idris, Carneddau, Cwmdeuddwr Hills, Dovey Hills. Published Oct 06. K

Hillwalking in Wales Vol 1: Arans - Dovey Hills

Vol 2: Ffestiniog-Tarrens -
The routes are arranged alphabetically over the two volumes: Vol 2: Ffestiniog Hills, Fforest Fawr, Glyders, Hirnants, Mynydd Du, Nantlle/Hebog Hills, Plynlimon, Radnor Forest, Rhinogs, Siabod/Moelwyns, Snowdon, Tarrens. Published Oct 06


Pathfinder Guide: Mid Wales and the Marches Walks, Laurence Main - Varied walks from easy strolls to exhilarating hikes - colour coded according to difficulty. Distance, timing, refreshment stops and advice included. Clear OS mapping at 1:25,000 scale. Published April 02

Pathfinder Guide: Mid Wales and the Marches Walks

Best Tea Shop Walks in the Clwydian Hills and Welsh Borderlands, Dorothy Hamilton - This guide offers 25 mostly circular routes of three to ten miles, ranging from walks in the Clwydian range to sections of the Offa's Dyke National Trail. It offers teashops in various locations from National Trust properties to a former workhouse along with notes on local history and wildlife. Published July 00

National Trust Walks: Southern and Central Wales: Southern and Central Wales Pt. 2, Dorothy Hamilton. Published June 07

Best Walks in the Welsh Borders, Simon Whaley - From beyond Llangollen in the north to Symonds Yat near Chepstow in the South, the Welsh/English border provides a wealth of great walking country. It has had a turbulent history, but now offers some of the quietest and most remote walking in Southern Britain, and the history in the form of Offa's Dyke, and of numerous castles, abbeys, quiet villages and small towns and relics of industrial and military activity is always present and alive. Through the evocation of the poetry Housman and the music of Elgar (both of whom frequented the area) it is brought into more recent times. This book selects 35 of the best walks, including ascents of "Wenlock Edge" and "The Sugar Loaf", and provides examples for walkers of all ages and abilities. Published June 07

Rivers of Wales: 35 Riverside Walks, Rosemary Hutton -  Rivers of Wales charts a voyage of discovery along six of Wales' most important rivers - the Conwy, Dee, Dyfi, Teifi, Tywi and Usk. This book, a perfect companion for the visitor, has 150 photographs and maps and describes half a dozen walks along each of the rivers giving details of the history, topography and wildlife of each area. The walks are suitable for families as well as for the lone walker - and the format will fit any pocket. Published Sept 97

Rivers of Wales: 35 Riverside Walks

Walking to the Lakes of Mid and North West Wales, Des Marshall - Features 22 self guided walks that are suitable for various abilities.  Published March 10.

ISBN: 9781902302805 - Walking to the Lakes of Mid and North West Wales


AA 100 Walks in Wales and the Marches - Enjoy the best of the Welsh countryside with this compact, and easy-to-carry walking guide offering highlights of Wales, its regional and topographical features, plus information on footpath signing, countryside access, walking tips and safety guidelines. The 100 walks cover the area in detail, with the distance of each ranging from two to ten miles depending on the terrain and interest along the way. Town and city strolls may be shorter depending on the hinterland.  Limited availability. Published January 10.


Brecon Beacons and South Wales - AA 30 Walks (Cards) - This original concept takes the most popular walks from the AA's best-selling and newly updated walks database and packages them on individual laminated cards in a durable box. The small and handy size means that the box can be stowed away in a pocket or handbag and single cards extracted at each walk start point. Clear and concise instructions plus a full-colour route map make the cards a joy to use. Limited availability.  Published March 10. 

ISBN: 9780749564308 - Brecon Beacons and South Wales

The Welsh Peaks: A Poucher Guide - W. A. Poucher's guides, first published in the 1960s, have become classics. They are some of the most popular books for fellwalkers, climbers and scramblers ever published. They are packed with guidance on clothing, equipment, accommodation, route finding, distances and times, all in an attractive pocket-sized format to slip into your rucksack. Aspiring landscape photographers will find a chapter of essential tips in each book to help them too. Since the author's death in 1988, the guides have been updated in consultation with John Poucher, the author's son. Frances Lincoln took over publication of W. A. Poucher's guides from Constable in 2004. Limited availability. Published July 04

ISBN: 9780711224049 - The Welsh Peaks 

Northern Wales: National Trust Walks: No. 1, Dafydd Meirion - Takes you to 20 national trust properties spread through Northern Wales. This book also offers you walks - no longer than 4-1/2 hours. Limited availability. Published March 07.

The Cambrian Way: The Mountain  Connoissers Guide, A S Drake. An excellent title whose author truly loves the subject he has written about, not just someone who is trying to sell a book.  This is ideal for the person who is looking to either walk the whole route or just pick and chose stages.  It is a practical and easy guide by a person who obviously cares deeply about the subject matter. Limited availability. Published March 08.


AA 30 Walks Snowdonia and North Wales (Cards) - This original concept takes the most popular walks from the AA's best-selling and newly updated walks database and packages them on individual laminated cards in a durable box. The small and handy size means that the box can be stowed away in a pocket or handbag and single cards extracted at each walk start point. Clear and concise instructions plus a full-colour route map make the cards a joy to use. Limited availability.  Published May 10.

ISBN: 9780749564476 - Snowdonia and North Wales

The National Trust Rambler's Guide - The National Trust cares for some of Britain's most beautiful locations to take a walk - from green space on your doorstep to really wild and remote landscapes. The National Trust Rambler's Notebook is designed to making the most of these walks. Whether you are out for a gentle stroll, hiking across moorland or scrambling along cliff paths, making notes of your experience - who you were with, the flora and fauna you came across - will transform your day out into a long-lasting memory. As well as unstructured record pages, The National Trust Rambler's Notebook includes a directory of 50 walks of varying difficulty and length, a variety of indexes with walks organised into categories such as coastal, wildlife, seasonal and suitable for disabled access. Also includes the Countryside Code plus tips on dogs in the countryside and how to protect yourself. Illustrated throughout with evocative photographs of National trust landscapes - each captioned and identified.  Limited availability. Published July 09 Undiscovered Wales: 15 Circular Walks, Kevin Walker - Even while rambling in the most rugged and remote parts of Wales, one is liable to stumble upon some mysterious link with the past - a ruined building, a track that leads nowhere, an obviously man-made hole in the ground. All these pose questions that insist on an answer. Mountain expert Kevin Walker has spent hundreds of days tramping the Welsh mountains and moorlands and has uncovered the stories behind some of these special places, which are rich not only in landscape and scenery, but also in heritage and people, myth and legend, past lives and long-forgotten tales. In Undiscovered Wales he presents fifteen one-day circular walks, of varying degrees of difficulty, that pass through locations rich in history. Some walks pass through areas connected with legend, such as the cave where Merlin overdid his spell and unfortunately killed the person he was trying to save. Others captivate with more modern tales, such as the origins of Macnamara's road, or the desperately sade story of little Tommy Jones, aged five. In addition to be background information, each of the walks is described in full with photographs, details of the terrain and sketch maps. Limited availability. Published March 10.
Backpacker's Britain: Wales, Graham Uney - The mountains of Wales are a great place to "get away from it all" for a few days, and this book describes the best backpacking routes throughout the principality. A total of 25 two- or three-day walks take you into the most scenic, beautiful and wild parts of Wales, each one with a night or more out among the mountains at wild camp sites, bothies or hostels. The routes cover all the main mountain ranges, from Snowdon, the Glyderau and Carneddau in the north, down to the Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons and Fforest Fawr ranges in the south. The guide also includes the superb ridges of the Arans, Arenigs, Berwyns and Cadair Idris and the bleak moorland vastness of the Cwmdeuddwr hills and Plynlimon. Details of equipment, mountain safety and navigation as well as a bibliography make this a complete guide to backpacking in Wales.  Limited availability. Published June 04 AA Walking in Wales - Walking is one of Britain's favourite leisure activities, and this comprehensive walking book for Wales guides you through the best places to walk in this exciting and vibrant country. Discover historic towns, beautiful hillsides and spectacular peaks, explore richly diverse habitats and discover beauty spots best known to the locals. Use the carefully planned routes and maps to really get to know the areas and enjoy the superb photography, long after the mud has dried on your boots. Limited availability. Published August 09.


Best Teashop Walks in Mid Wales, Dorothy Hamilton - Contains 25 walks ranging from 2 to 9 miles in length. Includes the Montgomery Canal, Powis Castle, Dolgellau, Machynlleth, Llanidloes, Tregaron, Lampeter, Rhayader, the Elan Valley, Aberystwyth, and Aberdyfi. Limited availability. Published Sept 03

Best Tea Shop Walks in Mid Wales


A Wander Around the Coast of Wales, Steve Plant - Rugged coastline, outstanding beaches, numerous historic buildings and a good dollop of folklore are just some of the fabulous attractions of the Wales Coast Path. Add to this the warmth and friendliness of the Welsh people and a wander around Wales becomes a truly memorable experience. The 870 miles of continuous coast path offer a unique view of Wales and all that it has to offer. Every geographic section of the path has its own highlights and every day presents you with a new experience to savour and enjoy. So, charge your camera, walking boots at the ready and prepare to be amazed as you wander around the Wales Coast Path, whatever the weather. Limited availability. Published May 14.

ISBN: 9781780357614 - A Wander Around the Coast of Wales

The Ridges of England, Wales and Ireland: Scrambles, Rock Climbs and Winter Routes, Dan Bailey - Who could resist a good ridge? Stony tightropes stringing the peaks, gap-toothed like jawbones; chiselled crests spearing out of sea surge or corrie shadow - such things are the stuff of climbing dreams. This book complements the Cicerone guide "Scotland's Mountain Ridges", describing and celebrating the best routes of their type across the rest of Britain and Ireland, and bringing them all together in one place for the first time. From balmy (and occasionally barmy) seaside trips and roadside quick fixes to strenuous snowy days in the high hills, the selection described here reflects the diversity of mountaineering and traditional climbing in our islands, and the dazzling patchwork quilt of contrasting landscapes in which these adventures can be enjoyed. Within the broad scope of the ridges theme there's something special for everyone, scrambling beginners and hardened climbers alike. Limited availability. Published June 09

ISBN: 9781852845391 - The Ridges of England, Wales and Ireland

Offa's Dyke Path: Prestatyn to Chepstow, Keith Carter - The Offa s Dyke Path is a superb national trail that runs from the North Wales coast to the Severn Estuary following the line of Offa s Dyke, an impressive 8th century earthwork along the English/Welsh border. The ever-changing landscape the Clwydian Range, the Shropshire Hills, the Black Mountains and the Wye Valley is steeped in history and legend providing 177 miles of fascinating walking. The guide includes: 87 large-scale walking maps; itineraries for all walkers; practical information for all budgets - guides to 52 towns and villages showing where to stay, where to eat, what to see, plus detailed street plans; comprehensive public transport information; flora and fauna four page full colour flower guide, plus an illustrated section on local wildlife; green hiking; and GPS waypoints. Limited availability. Published May 11.

ISBN: 9781905864355 - Offa's Dyke Path

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