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A Companion To The Causeway Coast Way

Author : Philip S. Watson
ISBN : 0856407585
Genre : Travel
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An easy to follow guide to walks and natural surroundings of the Causeway Coast.
Category: Travel

Causeway Coast Way

Author : Eoin Reilly
ISBN : 1898481377
Genre : Travel
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The unspoiled Causeway Coast of Antrim is one of Ireland's best-kept secrets and is best enjoyed on foot. The Causeway Coast Way offers 32 miles of way-marked, easy-going walking with welcoming B&Bs and pubs at strategic intervals. This guidebook contains all you need to plan and enjoy walking vacations that most people will complete comfortably within 4 to 6 days.
Category: Travel

Northern Ireland

Author : Helen Fairbairn
ISBN : 9781848895553
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 61.29 MB
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This revised guide presents top-class walking routes in Northern Ireland. From rugged mountain peaks to spectacular coastal scenery, from challenging hill walks to shorter woodland and waterside excursions, there is something for everyone. Every part of the region is covered, from the mountains of Mourne to the Giant’s Causeway, from Fermanagh’s ‘lake district’ to the rolling Sperrins. Routes vary from two-hour strolls to eight-hour upland challenges. Much thought has gone into making this guide easy to use: each route, prefaced with a quick-reference summary, is illustrated with a clear sketch map; descriptions include detailed access information while points of interest are highlighted – flora and fauna, history, archaeology and folklore. A compact region with huge scenic variety, Northern Ireland is ideal for walking yet is often overlooked. This authoritative guide is changing that, using the author’s enthusiasm and knowledge.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The 50 Greatest Walks Of The World

Author : Barry Stone
ISBN : 9781785780646
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 23.36 MB
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Barry Stone, author of 1001 Walks You Must Experience Before You Die, delves into some of the lesser-known aspects of the world's most famous – and not-quite-famous-yet – trails. The perfect accompaniment to practical guidebooks, Stone relates how slings and carabiners kept him from falling headlong off the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and reports on the progress of the continental-wide monster, the Trans Canada Trail, gaps in which are still being filled by countless grass-roots communities. With walks that will appeal to everyone regardless of ability, The 50 Greatest Walks of the World includes British classics such as the Pennine Way, Offa's Dyke Path, and the Old Man of Hoy as well as personal favourites such as Italy's Cinque Terre Classic and the Isle of Skye's Trotternish Ridge, one of Britain's finest ridge traverses with almost 2,500m of ascents. Whether it's a climb, a stroll, or a life-changing slog, this book has the walk for you.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Coast Our Island Story

Author : Nicholas Crane
ISBN : 9781409074557
Genre : Art
File Size : 45.79 MB
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Along our shores, towering cliffs from the age of the dinosaurs rise beside wide estuaries teeming with wildlife, while Victorian ports share waterfronts with imposing fortifications. And the people who have lived, worked and played on this spectacular coast - from Stone Age fishermen to seafarers, chart-makers and surfers - have an incredible tale to tell. Coast: Our Island Story is an enthralling account, sparkling with geography, history, adventure and eccentric characters, told with Nick Crane's trademark charisma and wit.
Category: Art

Ireland For Dummies

Author : Elizabeth Albertson
ISBN : 9780470105726
Genre : Travel
File Size : 79.22 MB
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A collection of lively, user-friendly travel guides provides accurate, up-to-date information and expert, opinionated advice on a wide range of travel destinations, landmarks, accommodations, and eateries, furnishing convenient full-color maps, quick-reference pointers, worksheets and checklists, and icons indicating child-friendly facts, travel tips and warnings, special bargains, and more.
Category: Travel

Ingenious Ireland

Author : Mary Mulvihill
ISBN : 0684020947
Genre : History
File Size : 31.77 MB
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Ingenious Ireland takes readers on a magnificent tour of the country's natural wonders, clever inventions, and historic sites. Richly illustrated and meticulously compiled, Ingenious Ireland introduces readers to the complete history, culture, and landscape of all thirty-two Irish counties. Mary Mulvihill unearths Ireland's treasures and divulges her secrets, such as the oldest fossil footprints in the Northern hemisphere, the advent of railways, the invention of milk of magnesia, and why the shamrock is a sham. Fascinating and comprehensive, Ingenious Ireland unravels the mysteries and marvels of this remarkable country.
Category: History

The Giant S Causeway And The North Antrim Coast

Author : Philip S. Watson
ISBN : STANFORD:36105028876972
Genre : History
File Size : 86.9 MB
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The definitive guide to one of Ireland's most fascinating natural and cultural wonders. The Giant's Causeway is a place where myth and science meet. Were the spectacular basalt columns formed through the rapid cooling of lava from an underwater volcano, or created by mythical Irish giant, Finn MacCool? For centuries visitors have explored the causeway's unique rock formations. Today the Giant's Causeway is one of Ireland's most popular attractions, with three-quarters of a million tourists each year from all over the world. This book takes the reader on an illustrated tour of this unique place. With a wealth of recent research into the landscape, history, folklore, wildlife and the underwater world, it includes walks and driving routes through the beautiful surrounding north Antrim coast.
Category: History

The Hidden Places Of Ireland

Author : David Gerrard
ISBN : 190443410X
Genre : Travel
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Often called the Emerald Isle, Ireland is rich in greenery, but there is an abundance of every variety of landscape. This guide focuses on the well-known as well as the more secluded venues for food, accommodation and places of interest in the country.
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