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The Thames Path (National Trail Guide) Paperback – 1 May 2001
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About the Author
David Sharp is a Vice-President of the Ramblers, and author of the guide to The London Loop as well as the National Trail Guide to the Thames Path in the Country, both published by Aurum. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I always use these books as the main source for any walk; other guides are useful for particular stretches, but for a coverall, read while you walk, these are ideal. And they've got rounded page edges, so no more bent books or sore fingers!
We have just returned from walking sections 2 and 3 of the Thames Path, namely from Cricklade to Lechlade and then, on the following day, Lechlade to Newbridge. The book spent most of its time in my waterproof map carrier around my neck (it fits snuggly) and was continually referred to on the journey. There is guidance on the distance of each daily walk and also details of toilet stops and hostelries along the route. Hotels/B&Bs close the Path are also suggested to suit those who wish to walk multiple sections on consecutive days.
To summarise, this National Trail Guide to the Thames Path is well written, informative and enjoyable to read and use. Anyone considering walking any, or all, sections of the Path would be wise to purchase this book to take with them on the walk. The bonus is that it is also a good read in the armchair when you return home to rest your happy but weary body.
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