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The Lleyn Peninsula Coastal Path: A Walking and Cycle Touring Guide Paperback – 11 Oct 2006
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'This is the second edition of this handy pocket guide, stuffed full of details for following the route described. There are sketch maps, OS maps and even some photos with routes drawn on them.The north coastal path largely follows the old pilgrimage route to Bardsey Island off the end of the peninsula. This gives interesting routes to follow and interesting churches and ruins to investigate on the way.This is a treasure of an area, of which the Dublin walker may take easy advantage.'(Irish Mountain Log / Summer 2007)
The western coastline of England and Wales has three peninsulas pushing out into the sea. The Cornish and Pembroke peninsulas have famous coastal paths, but while the Lleyn cannot match the sheer scale of its big brothers, it has no trouble competing when it comes to grandeur of scenery. For hundreds of years pilgrims have walked this coast to reach the holy island of Bardsey at the tip of the peninsula. The route connects the historic pilgrim sites dating back to the 6th century. In doing so its 90 miles cross a variety of landscapes from rocky cliffs to secluded bays. The route is suitable for cyclists, particularly those riding mountain bikes. Details of cycle routes are included. Each chapter of the guide ends with two or three shorter or circular walks which provide a taste of the different sections of the Lleyn.See all Product description
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Word of warning re. maps: In the edition of guide I received - "Reprinted 2010 (with updates)" - Page 14 refers to OS Explorer Maps 12 & 13, these are for the Brecon Beacons. The correct map Nos. Explorers 253 & 254. Informed publishers.
Nevertheless, a very good guide with enough information and, I feel, will suit most walkers abilities.
However, this pocket sized book is really all you need, it was cheap and does its job very well.
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There is no need for another guide if you're planning to do the Lleyn Coastal Path, it has some great local...Read more