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Wiltshire: From Salisbury to the Kennet : Jarrold Short Walks
by Nick Channer
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0711730024, Paperback)Wiltshire remains one of England's loveliest and least spoilt counties. With its endless tracts of open downland, gentle river valleys and picture postcard villages it is the perfect place to explore on foot. At its heart, between the historic city of Salisbury, with its magnificent cathedral and glorious watermeadows, and the meandering Kennet, one of the country's prettiest rivers, lies a complex network of winding paths and ancient tracks which convey a wonderful sense of space and distance and allow walkers to discover a multitude of attractions, including ancient burial mounds, historic standing stones and secluded country churches.
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This walking guide features 20 colour-coded routes, Ordnance Survey mapping, colour photographs and easy-to-follow route descriptions. Each walk is suited to all ages and features questions and points of interest.
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