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Northern Ireland: A Walking Guide Paperback – 1 Mar 2006
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'Just the right size to fit in a jacket pocket and well laid out in terms of locating the walks; Books Ireland "Handy, easy to use guide" Walking World Ireland "A handy little guide that will be appreciated by local walkers and visitors alike" Irish Mountain Log
About the Author
HELEN FAIRBAIRN is a fulltime travel writer and has written walking guidebooks to destinations as diverse as the Rocky Mountains, the European Alps and Scotland. She is co-author of Walking in Ireland (Lonely Planet, 2003). A regular contributor to Walking World Ireland Magazine, Helen has spent years researching the best walking routes in Ireland. Helen lives in Derry with her husband, Gareth McCormack, a professional photographer who shares her passion for the outdoors.
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No mention of the history of a place or indeed of any points of interest. Some of the walks the author mentions I have personally walked and she seems to have cut some of them short for example, she refers to the North Down Coastal Path as 12.5 miles - it's actually some 16 miles long and runs from Portavoe to Holywood and not Groomsport to Holywood as she suggests - the walk between Portavoe and Groomsport is actually one of the highlights of the entire stretch. She also starts the Lagan Towpath at Stranmillis when in fact it starts at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast City Centre a few miles back.
All in all good to see a book written on walking in Northern Ireland but could have been better.
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