Walking the English Coast (häftad)
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Walking the English Coast (häftad)

Walking the English Coast

A Beginner's Guide

Häftad Engelska, 2016-08-09
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Ruth Livingstone was a busy 54-year-old GP who suddenly realised that, after years of dispensing advice on physical activity, she had turned into a couch potato. Feeling hypocritical, she decided it was time to get active. Walking seemed the easiest option - it was something she could already do. In fact, she found she loved it so much that, to the shock of her friends and family, in 2010 she set out to walk all 5,500 miles of the British Coast. Here she shares how to approach and plan a coastal walk in England - covering everything you need to know from how to read maps and interpret signs, to what (not) to carry, and even how to avoid the dreaded blisters. This comprehensive guide packed with practical tips and personal anecdotes, will give you the confidence to have a go at your own walking challenge, big or small.
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This book is packed with tips and information for anyone considering starting any long distance path, and will help you stay safe, happy and healthy along the way. It is aimed for the beginner but even as an experienced walker I've really enjoyed reading it and found it very useful.

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RUTH LIVINGSTONE was once a GP and a senior manager in the NHS. She writes both fiction and non-fiction, and has had a number of features and stories published in various magazines. In 2010 she began walking the Norfolk Coast Path and found she couldn't stop. Since then, she has completed 2,000 miles of the UK coastline, and is still walking. You can follow her adventures on her blog: www.coastalwalker.co.uk