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Heart of England walks

by Roger Noyce

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 185284325X, Paperback)

Fifty walking routes which vary in length from 3 miles to 9 miles are included in this book of Heart of England Walks, all of which have been chosen for the variety of scenic countryside through which they pass. There is so much beauty for the walker to enjoy in the Heart of England. After being part of the battleground in the early English wars, it became the home of the Industrial Revolution in the 19th and 20th centuries. Steeped in rich history, the area offers some of the world's finest castles and ancient buildings; canals which have now become major leisure attractions; and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty which encompass some of the most superb walking in the UK. The author has selected his walks within about an hour's travel of the centre of Birmingham so that easy access is assured. The routes are all illustrated with sketch maps and photographs, and offer lovely walking in the Shropshire Hills, the Staffordshire Moorlands, the Clent and Lickey hills, The Malvern hills, Shakespeare Country, the west of Oxfordshire and North Cotswolds.

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