Crete - The White Mountains. By Loraine Wilson. Cicerone Press. The book describes 49 walks, graded modest to demanding, in this spectacularly beautiful range in the west of Crete. Includes the Samaria gorge, high mountains up to 2500 meters, and glorious coastal walks. 1-85284-298-9. We recommend the Crete hiking maps listed above.
Walking in Provence. Cicerone Press. By Janette Norton. Provence - evocative of a gentler life. Janette Nortonís guide gives 43 walks through the great variety of Provence. Remote plateau, leafy gorges, ancient villages, monuments, quiet towns - Provence is a place to linger and explore.
Spirit Paths of Wales. Cicerone Press. A unique walkerís guide drawing on Welsh law and legend, literature and history around the ley-lines - spirit paths - through which the knowledgeable author guides the walker on 20 original routes. A unique guide.
Channel Island Walks. Cicerone Press. Compact with impressive cliffs and wonderful seascapes the 47 walks explore quiet coastal paths, wooded valleys and country lanes and delve into fascinating local history. The walking on this popular holiday destination is well served by bus and boat around the islands.
Walking in Sussex (Southern England). Cicerone Press. By Kev Reynolds. Continuing the well-established County Walking series, Kev Reynolds explores the great variety of history, scenery and interest of Sussex in 40 walks. Charming villages, windswept weald, this guide to the countyís best walks, history, geography, and tis people is pure enticement to enjoy some great days in the country.
North to the Cape (Scotland). By Denis Brooks and Phil Hinchliffe. A new walk from Fort William to the North Cape described in the authorsí inimitable way with numerous maps and drawings. This will become a collectorís item.
Walking in Sherwood Forest & the Dukeries. Cicerone Press. By Elaine Burkinshaw. Walking in the heart of England in a gentle rural mix of woodland, farms and parks. For all the family and readily accessible to the industrial midlands.
The Shropshire Way. Cicerone Press. By Terry Marsh & Julie Meech. A circular route of 136 miles through some of Englandís finest counties. Hill country at its best, plus history in abundance from industrial Ironbridge to ancient Ludlow. Also described is the 49-mile Wild Edricís Way.
The Thames Path. Cicerone Press. By Leigh Hatts. From the Thames Barrier to the source; pleasant walking for the family.
The Central Highlands - 6 Long Distance Walks. Cicerone Press. By P. D. Koch-Osborne. This guide gives details of six classic backpacking routes through the wild scenery of the Central Highlands.
Walking in the Lowther Hills, also Carsphairn Hills, the hills of Solway Coast, Tinto, and Cauldcleugh Head. Cicerone Press. By Ronald Turnbull. The Lowther Hills offer high rounded ridges, solitary and sheep-nibbled. Along the Solway Coast are rugged granite hills. This completes Ciceroneís guides to the southern Scottish hills.
Irish Coastal Walks. Cicerone Press. By Paddy Dillon. 54 walks seek out the gems from Irelandís beautiful and rugged 3,500 mile coastline. Fine headlands, broad beaches, towering cliffs and lonely islands are visited. The coastline possesses well known features such as the famous Giantís Causeway and a rich heritage and history.
The Mountains of Romania. Cicerone Press. By James Roberts. Thoroughly researched, this definitive guide to the newly-accessible mountains of Romania introduces this wild and rewarding country. Romania is potentially one of the best walking destinations in Europe, with mountain wilderness and friendly people.