Walking Canals - Ronald RussellDavid & Charles, 1984, Hardback (Laminated Boards).
Condition: Very Good. Boards lightly sunned at the edges. Book plate to pastedown. Text bright and tight.
Canal towpaths and banks provide some of the most exciting and varied, yet neglected, walking in Britain. The walks that follow tell you where to go and what to look for. Each is described by an enthusiast who knows both the district and the history of the canal; the majority of the walks are between four and twelve miles m length and thus easily completed in a single outing. For those who wish to devote a weekend, or even a whole week, to canal walking, there are descriptions of three long walks (the Kennet & Avon, the Leeds & Liverpool and the Montgomeryshire) through superb country with plenty of places where you can obtain overnight accommodation.