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Pathfinder 67 - East Sussex & the South Downs
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The Ordnance Survey Pathfinder series provides comprehensive information on local walks of varying lengths. The series uses written descriptions and Ordnance Survey mapping to guide walkers along circular, graded routes around the specified area.A comprehensive guide book for walks in the areaContains circular, graded walks Wide range of walks availablePaperbackContains OS explorer mapsRecommended activity - walking / hiking
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The book is well laid out and lots of useful descriptions but hasn't been given to someone (other than the author) to try out.
We tried the walk that passes through Charleston farmhouse. The last leg of the journey (marked as a public right of way, virtually a straight line west to east) seemed to stop dead halfway through.
We were carrying a GPS logger so we could see where we went on Google Earth. The "right of way" hits the middle of a large field and the only thing to do is go around it (via several unmarked fields). The marked route runs up against a large stand of brambles, nettles and a fence.
We'll try some others in the book but the author needs to give the book to a couple of people who don't have access to anything else (maps, etc) and see if the route a) exists and b) is followable.
This needs to be done everytime there is a reprint. A link to a publisher's website that has updated info. would be a good idea. Users could also add their experiences and the author could use these for revisions.
I then attempted the walk the week after the phone call. However, there was more misery to follow. Midway through, at the end of the first page of the Northiam walk the instructions say, "follow the path left along the field edge to reach another footbridge." I tried to do this, but there was no footbridge. I ended up walking around several fields for an hour, circling back several times. Only by chance I managed to work out that the left was wrong and should have been right. I was on the verge of retracing all my steps. I am surprised the first walk in the book is not checked by someone else apart from the author. The walk is badly written and often misleading. Walks should be an enjoyable experience, but this walk was very stressful.