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National trails all mapped out

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Innovative new mapping booklets for Cicerone’s National Trails guides.

Walkers setting out to discover our great National Trails will have a
new resource in their rucksack, thanks to innovative new mapping
booklets launched by Cicerone Press to accompany several of their
National Trail guidebooks.

Passing through some of the most beguiling and beautiful
landscapes in the UK, Britain’s National Trails celebrate a longstanding
respect for public access to the countryside, long distance
walking and all things adventure. Experiencing these superb and
sometimes challenging trails is now even easier thanks to a new set
of integrated guides and map booklets developed by Cicerone.

Designed to fit comfortably in your pocket, the map booklets use
1:25,000 Ordnance Survey mapping, providing all the mapping
you need to walk a route, and are equally useful irrespective of
the direction you choose to walk the trail. Each map booklet that
is included in the purchase of the related Cicerone guidebook can
also be purchased separately, making them convenient for walkers
hitting the trails in groups.

These innovative booklets eliminate the need to carry awkward
sheet maps, and include a profile of the route and ‘key to map’
pages, showing where to find the maps for each stage of the
journey.

“This new combination of mapping booklet and guide gives
walkers the opportunity to tackle trails the way they prefer,”
said Cicerone publisher Jonathan Williams. “As valuable to the
independent trekker as the guided walker, Cicerone’s new mapping
booklets offer an ideal balance between the guidebook’s planning
and information resources, and the navigation resources of the
map.”

20% Discount on all Cicerone Guide Books

Available for these titles:

  • Cotswold Way
  • Hadrian’s Wall Path
  • Offa’s Dyke
  • Pembrokeshire Coast Path
  • Pennine Way
  • The Coast to Coast
  • The Great Glen Way
  • The Thames Path
  • West Highland Way

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