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JARROLD Short Walks Brecon Beacons Guide
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The Pathfinder Short Walks Around Brecon Beacons Guide is designed to be as family-friendly as possible. It features 20 short walks through the countryside with en-route quizzes to keep kids entertained.Each of the 20 walks in the Pathfinder Short WalksBrecon Beacons Guide is under five miles long, perfect for those seeking a more leisurely trek. It is also ideal for families as each walk comes with an en-route quiz to keep the children interested. Large-scale Ordnance Survey maps, GPS waypoints and photographs guide you through each walk, with additional information about places to park, eat and other points of interest.
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We're fairly amateurish walkers but do like a challenge and this book caters for all. The layout is great and the size is good for carrying around. It's ideal if you have never visited the Brecon Beacons area before and provides a good focus when planning your holiday. We bought an OS map too and looked on the tourist information websites and between all 3 resources had a fun-packed holiday - even with the Great British weather!
It's a pity that some of the footpaths weren't particularly well maintained and sometimes we were up to our eyes in mud...