Best Walks in Northumberland

Best Walks in Northumberland by Frank Duerden

Format: Paperback / softback, 360 Pages
ISBN: 9780711224223
Publisher: Frances Lincoln
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From the beautiful sandy beaches in the north to the rugged and historic landscapes of Hadrian's Wall, through the lonely Cheviot and the lush inland valleys of the Allens and the Derwent, Northumberland remains one of the least known, but most rewarding of British counties. This selection of walks ranges from easy strolls in Berwick and on Lindisfarne to the 27- mile Border Ridge walk through the Cheviot, and provides something for walkers of all ages and levels.
Andrew Midgley works as a Freelance Photographer, and has travelled widely throughout the UK and Europe on book projects for major publishers. He exhibits in a number of UK galleries and sells limited edition fine art prints. He has been taking photographs for many years and has an MA in Visual Communications. His main focus is the landscape, though the term is used very broadly to include both natural and man-made environs.

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Frank Duerden wrote walking guides to many areas of Britain, including the Lake District, the Pennines, Snowdonia, the Yorkshire Dales and the Peak District.

Tom Holman is a freelance writer living in Lindale in the southern Lake District. He has walked extensively in the Lakes, having been carried up his first fell at the age of 18 months. Before going freelance, Tom worked for The Bookseller, the weekly magazine for the books business.

Format: Paperback / softback, 360 Pages
ISBN: 9780711224223
Illustrations: over 50 colour photographs
Size: 4.409 in x 6.693 in / 112 mm x 170 mm