Welsh Walks & Guide Books
A Guide To Welsh Place Names
A Guide To Welsh Place Names - Anthony Lias Publication Date January 2013 Publisher: Llygad Gwalch Cyf, Llanrwst Format: Paperback, 182x122 mm, 104 pages Language: English A guide to the meaning, origins and construction of 500 Welsh place-names, including notes on linguistic and historical background to the names and a useful index.
Castles In Wales: A Handbook
Castles in Wales: A Handbook - Gerald Morgan Format: Paperback Language: English No. of pages: 262 A comprehensive introduction to the castles of Wales, with a detailed guide to 80 of them, photographs and OS grid-references, for the historical tourist. The introduction covers the contemporary historical significance of castles; the military and political background; building stone castles, and mo…
Circular Walks in Central Wales
Circular Walks iin Central Wales - Stephen Edwards Publication Date January 2013 Publisher: Llygad Gwalch Cyf, Llanrwst Format: Paperback, 183x123 mm, 144 pages Language: English A collection of 14 circular walks in beautiful Mid-Wales, ranging from 2-7.5 miles (3-12 kilometres) and from easy and moderate to strenuous journeys, comprising clear directions, information re places of interest on rout…
Circular Walks in the Brecon Beacons National Park
Circular Walks in the Brecon Beacons National Park - Walks with History - Tom Hutton Publication Date March 2008 Publisher: Llygad Gwalch Cyf, Llanrwst Format: Paperback, 182x124 mm, 96 pages Language: English Twelve circular walks highlighting the landscape, beauty and history of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Comprising easy-to-follow directions and maps, together with information relating to…
Circular Walks in the Western Beacons
Circular Walks in the Western Beacons - Walks with History - Nick Jenkins Publication Date July 2000 Publisher: Llygad Gwalch Cyf, Llanrwst Format: Paperback, NS, 76 pages Language: English A collection of ten graded walks through the breathtaking scenery of the upper Swansea valley to the southern parts of the Brecon Beacons, comprising clear maps and directions together with useful information a…
Great Welsh Walks with Derek Brockway
Eighteen walks in all parts of Wales from the TV series by the renowned Welsh weatherman and co-author Martin Aaron. Table of Contents: 1. Abergynolwyn 2. Barry Docks to Rhoose Point 3. Blaencwm 4. Cardiff Bay 5. Cemaes 6. Churchtown to Montgomery 7. Cwm Ratgoed 8. Garth Mountain 9. Hafod Estate 10. Holyhead 11. Holywell to Flint Castle 12. Laugharne 13. Llanberis Slate Walk 14. Loughor Estuary 15…
Iconic Cycling - Trails in Wales
These 16 cycle trails in Wales count among the best in Britain, quite possibly the world. Phil Horsley takes us on family-friendly routes for both experienced and inexperienced cyclists for all ages and abilities, along traffic-free routes by golden beaches, along tidal estuaries, near high rocky mountains, through dappled woodland, past medieval strongholds and other innovative sites.
National Trust Walks: 2 - Southern and Central Wales
Place Names in the Brecon Beacons National Park
The National Park of the Brecon Beacons is an area of natural beauty and historical interest where people live and visit to enjoy its amenities. It lives and breathes the history of this wonderful and sometimes wild part of Wales.
The Mountain Walkers Guide To Wales
A third revised edition of a volume offering directions to over 100 circular routes around Wales incorporating all mountains in the country, with walks varying in length and difficulty, comprising interesting general, geological and historical information, practical advice re equipment, safety and parking details. 32 colour illustrations. First published in 1990.
Wacky Wales: A Guide To Wales - Colin Palfrey Format: Paperback Language: English No. of pages: 96 This is a personal, wacky guide to Wales but among the fun and satire there are nuggets of useful information about major events, eating and drinking, entertainment, and of course where to go. This gives you the low-down on Welsh towns and cities - stuff they don't tell you in the official guides - a…
Walking With Welsh Legends - South Eastern Wales
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The fourth title in a series that takes us out walking to find places featured in sixteen stories from Welsh history and myth, this time in South East Wales. We visit, amongst other places, Ysgyryd Fawr and Llanofer, Tintern and Llanthony, Sgwd Gwladys and Llyn Syfaddan.