Category: walking books

Review of Backpacks, Boots and Baguettes by Simon Calder and Mick Webb

Reading about other people’s walks is a bit like walking with other people, you need to be careful whom you choose as your companions. Luckily, it seems as if Simon Calder and Mick Webb would make pretty decent company on a walk and they certainly manage to provide an engaging account of their various walking

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A walk around the Lakes by Hunter Davies

Despite being born in Scotland Hunter Davies is a Lakeland man through and through, he moved to Carlisle at the age of 11 and in addition to this wide ranging view of the Lake District he has also written a biography of the one and only Alfred Wainwright. He has a Summer home near Loweswater

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