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Howgills and Limestone Trail pictorial guide book

Howgills and Limestone Pictorial GuideCopies of the book, signed by David & Heather Pitt, can be purchased as detailed below. The cost is £15.00 each (incl.p&p) or £13 (incl. p&p) to Pennine Journey Supporters Club members. Click here to download an order form to buy the guide.

Hardback: 120 pages
Size: 170x112 mm
ISBN: 9780711234444
Published: 4th July 2013

Reviews


A great walk and the guidebook is an invaluable aid in enhancing the walker's experience and revealing the secrets of this superlative landscape
- Footsteps

A new route for avid walkers - Westmorland Gazette

A delightful guide prepared with skill and dedication - Keswick Reminder

Mugs


Mugs are now available for sale. Costs including Royal Mail 24TM delivery are as follows:

Howgills and Limestone Trail mugs1 mug: £9.50 each
2 mugs: £7.95 each
3+ mugs: £7.45 each

Click here to download an order form to purchase the mugs
Howgills and Limestone Trail badges
Badges


Howgills and Limestone Trail completers can now get a cloth badge. The badge costs £6.00 including p&p.
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Walks in Limestone CountryWalks in Limestone Country
Thirty-four selected walks in the interesting limestone area around the Three Peaks in the Yorkshire Dales. Each walk is the subject of a separate chapter containing a diagram, a map, and an illustrated narrative. Also included is a detailed description of the route of the marathon Three Peaks Walk.

Walks in Limestone Country was first published in 1970. For this new edition, every footpath has been re-walked, and every map and diagram checked by Chris Jesty, who assisted with the maps on Wainwright’s last two largeformat books. It is now fully up to date for 21st century walkers.
Click here to download an order form to buy the guide.
Walks on the Howgill Fells
For lovers of solitude, here on the Howgills is fellwalking par excellence. Each walk has its particular charm or special objective. Each is the subject of a separate chapter containing a diagram, a map, and an illustrated narrative.

Walk on the Howgill Fells was first published in 1972. For this new revised edition, every footpath has been re-walked, and every map and diagram checked by Chris Jesty, who assisted with the maps on Wainwright’s last two large-format books. It is now fully up to date for 21st century walkers.
Click here to download an order form to buy the guide.

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