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Cape Wrath Trail North The Cape Wrath Trail is a challenging route from Fort William to Cape Wrath. It is around 200 miles long and passes through some of Scotland's wildest and most spectacular scenery.
This map covers the northern section of the route, from Strathcarron to Cape Wrath.
The trail has evolved from use and is not an officially recognised National Trail. There is no single definitive route. There are various ways of tackling the traverse all of which are highlighted on the maps leaving the actual route choice to the individual walker. This is rough country not to be underestimated. Some sections of the route will require an overnight stop in the mountains. This will either have to be wild camping or the use of a bothy. The bothies are also shown on the map.
1/40 000 £15.95  
Cape Wrath Trail South The Cape Wrath Trail is a challenging route from Fort William to Cape Wrath. It is around 200 miles long and passes through some of Scotland's wildest and most spectacular scenery.
This map covers the southern section of the route, from Fort William to Strathcarron.
The trail has evolved from use and is not an officially recognised National Trail. There is no single definitive route. There are various ways of tackling the traverse all of which are highlighted on the maps leaving the actual route choice to the individual walker. This is rough country not to be underestimated. Some sections of the route will require an overnight stop in the mountains. This will either have to be wild camping or the use of a bothy. The bothies are also shown on the map.
1/40 000 £15.95  
Cleveland Way
XT40
XT40 - Leap forward in tachnical excellence. Tough, light and 100% wateproof.  Compact and light - the map itself weighs just 60gms - a third of the weight of a laminated map, and much less bulky. And you can fold or refold it time and again, or stuff it in your back pocket and it won't fall to pieces. Shows the entire route on one sheet.  174km (109 miles) from Helmsley across the North York Moors National Park to Saltburn and along the coast via Scarborough ending at Filey.  Information on finding accommodation, camping, food. Directions to the start. Also Ranger Service contact numbers and enlargements of towns/villages showing facilities available and tips on weather and clothing.  Detailed mapping, full legend. National Grid - can be used with GPS. 1:40,000 scale. Waterproof. Supplied in clear plastic pocket  1/40 000 £13.95 image
Coast to Coast (West) XT40 - Shows the entire western half of the route on one sheet.  Covers the section from St Bees to Keld.  Includes alternative routes.  Detailed map with additional information and useful telephone numbers. 1/40 000 £13.95 image
Coast to Coast (West) XT60 Cycle - The full Coast to Coast routes are covered in two maps. The traverse from Coast to Coast is approximately 200 miles. There is no single definitive route. These maps suggest two main alternatives, St Bees to Robin Hood's Bay  or Ravenglas to Ravenscar 1/60 000 £15.95  
Coast to Coast (East) XT40 - Shows the entire eastern half of the route on one sheet.  Covers the section from Keld to Robin Hood's Bay.  Includes alternative routes.  Detailed map with additional information and useful telephone numbers.  (Waterproof) 1/40 000 £13.95 image
Coast to Coast  (East) XT60 Cycle - The full Coast to Coast routes are covered in two maps. The traverse from Coast to Coast is approximately 200 miles. There is no single definitive route. These maps suggest two main alternatives, St Bees to Robin Hood's Bay or Ravenglas to Ravenscar  1/60 000 £15.95  
Cotswold Way XT40 - 166km (103 miles) of winding trail from Chipping Campden to Bath, passing through Wooton-under-Edge, Stroud and Winchcombe. 1/40 000 £13.95 image
Cumbria Way XT40 - 112km (70 miles) from Ulverston to Carlisle.  It passes through Coniston, Dungeon Ghyll, Keswick and Caldbeck.  Mostly through valleys rather than over high tops. 1/40 000 £13.95 image
Dales Way XT40 - 130km (81 miles) from Ilkley in Yorkshire to Bowness in Windermere, Lake District.  Contains all 3 links from Leeds, Shipley (Bradford) and Harrogate. 1/40 000 £13.95 image
Glyndwrs Way Glyndwr's Way is a 217km (135 mile) long National Trail meandering through the open moorland, rolling farmland, woodland and forest of mid-Wales. The Way starts at Knighton and ends in Welshpool. It takes you to some of the finest landscape features in Wales including the tranquil Radnorshire Hills, the shores of the Clywedog Reservoir and heather clad Plynlimon. There are also spectacular views over Cadair Idris, Lake Vyrnwy, the Cambrian mountains and Y Golfa. The highest point on the route is Foel Fadian at 510m (1530ft). 1/40 000 £13.95  
Great Glen Way 117km (73 miles) from Fort William to Inverness via Fort Augustus along the Caledonian Canal and the north side of Loch Ness.  Also shows the Great Glen Cycle Route. 1/40 000 £13.95 - Laminated image
Hadrian's Wall Path XT40 - Entire route on one map. 130km (81 miles) from the Solway Coast to Newcastle.  
  Compact and light - the map itself weighs just 60gms - a third of the weight of a laminated map, and much less bulky. And you can fold or refold it time and again, or stuff it in your back pocket and it won't fall to pieces.  Opportunity to visit a large number of historical sites along the way.  Information on finding accommodation, camping, food. Directions to the start. Also Ranger Service contact numbers and enlargements of towns/villages showing facilities available and tips on weather and clothing
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East Highland Way The Way is 132km (82 miles) from Fort William to Aviemore and forms a new link between the northern end of of the West highland Way and the southern end of the Speyside Way. It also joins the Great Glen Way at Fort William. The route is tranquil and takes in a varied and wild landscape and includes the ancient Caledonian Forests of Inshriach, loch-side trails and mountain wilderness. Access to accommodation has been carefully considered wherever possible, making this route accessible to walkers of all abilities. 1/40 000 £13.95  
South Loch Ness Trail The South Loch Ness Trail is 28 miles long and is an exciting new trail for all types of users. The Trail of the Seven Lochs at South Loch Ness is 50 miles long and offers stunning views for walkers and riders alike. 1/40 000 £  5.95  
Nidderdale Way 85km (53 mile) loop around the River Nidd valley in North Yorkshire. The route passes Scar House and Gowthwaite Reservoirs and runs close to the amazing rock formations at Brimham Rocks.  The route starts and finishes in Pately Bridge, a typical small Dales town centred around the 18th century bridge over the River Nidd.  This map is bio-degradable.  Information on finding accommodation, camping, food. Directions to the start. Also Ranger Service contact numbers and enlargements of towns/villages showing facilities available and tips on weather and clothing.  Detailed mapping, full legend. National Grid - can be used with GPS. 1:40,000 scale. Waterproof. Supplied in clear plastic pocket. 1/40 000 £  7.95 image
North Downs Way  The Way is 246km (156 miles). This map covers the whole route from Farnham in the west to Dover on the south east coast.

1/40 000 £14.95  
Northumberland Coast Path The Northumberland Coast Path stretches for 103km (64m) from Cresswell in the south to Berwick-upon-Tweed in the north. The Berwickshire Coastal Path stretches for 48km (28m) and continues this route from Berwick-upon-Tweed to Cockburnspath. These routes are part of the North Sea Trail and offer some of the finest coastal walking in the country with rugged coastline, stunning cliff scenery and panoramic views. 1/40 000 £13.95  
Offa's Dyke Path - North XT40 - Offa's Dyke Path North - Offa's Dyke Path is a National Trail. It runs along the border between Wales and England.  Offa was a famous king of Mercia from 757 to 796, ruling an area stretching across a large part of England.  Offa's Dyke Path runs from sea to sea - the Severn Estuary to Liverpool Bay. For about 70 miles the Path follows the course of what was originally an 8m ditch and rampart. Castles, forts and historic sites dot the route.  2 HARVEY maps cover the whole 177 mile route. Each map covers a section suitable for about a week of walking.  Offa's Dyke Path North covers the route from Prestatyn to Knighton.  Information on finding accommodation, camping, food. Directions to the start. Also Ranger Service contact numbers and enlargements of towns/villages showing facilities available and tips on weather and clothing.  This map is bio-degradable.  Detailed mapping, full legend. National Grid - can be used with GPS. 1:40,000 scale. Waterproof. Supplied in clear plastic pocket  1/40 000 £13.95 image
Offa's Dyke
Path - South
XT40 - Offa's Dyke Path South - Offa's Dyke Path is a National Trail. It runs along the border between Wales and England.  Offa was a famous king of Mercia from 757 to 796, ruling an area stretching across a large part of England.  Offa's Dyke Path runs from sea to sea - the Severn Estuary to Liverpool Bay. For about 70 miles the Path follows the course of what was originally an 8m ditch and rampart. Castles, forts and historic sites dot the route.  Two HARVEY maps cover the whole 177 mile route. Each map covers a section suitable for about a week of walking.  Offa's Dyke Path South covers the route from Knighton to Chepstow (on the Severn).  Information on finding accommodation, camping, food. Directions to the start. Also Ranger Service contact numbers and enlargements of towns/villages showing facilities available and tips on weather and clothing.  This map is bio-degradable.  Detailed mapping, full legend. National Grid - can be used with GPS. 1:40,000 scale. Waterproof. Supplied in clear plastic pocket  1/40 000 £13.95 image
Pembrokeshire Coast Path Pembrokeshire Coast Path covers nearly 200 miles of the most spectacular scenery in Britain. It was Wales' first long distance route and is one of the 15 premier UK National Trails.
Information on finding accommodation, camping, food. Directions to the start of the route. Also Ranger Service contact numbers and enlargements of towns/villages showing facilities available and tips on weather and clothing
1/40 000 £13.95  
Pennine Way -
North
Pennine Way North covers the route from Greenhead to Kirk Yetholm.  
The Pennine Way is a National Trail. It follows the backbone of England from the Peak District to the Scottish borders. It is one of the toughest UK long distance footpaths, and forms part of the European Footpath Network. 
The Pennine Way was Britain's first National Trail, opened in 1965. This set of maps has been produced to coincide with the 40th anniversary celebrations this year.  Just 3 HARVEY maps cover the whole 268-mile route. Each covers a section of the Way suitable for a comfortable week of walking. Each starts and finishes near public transport, so no hassle with getting lifts.  Each also contains lots of information and useful telephone numbers to assist the walker with planning.  Pennine Way North covers the route from Greenhead to Kirk Yetholm.  This map is bio-degradable.  Information on finding accommodation, camping, food. Directions to the start. Also Ranger Service contact numbers and enlargements of towns/villages showing facilities available and tips on weather and clothing.  Detailed mapping, full legend. National Grid - can be used with GPS. 1:40,000 scale. Waterproof. Supplied in clear plastic pocket
 
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Pennine Way -
Central
The Pennine Way is a National Trail. It follows the backbone of England from the Peak District to the Scottish borders. It is one of the toughest UK long distance footpaths, and forms part of the European Footpath Network.  The Pennine Way was Britain's first National Trail, opened in 1965.  Just 3 HARVEY maps cover the whole 268-mile route. Each covers a section of the Way suitable for a comfortable week of walking. Each starts and finishes near public transport, so no hassle with getting lifts.  Each also contains lots of information and useful telephone numbers to assist the walker with planning.  Pennine Way Central covers the route from Horton-in-Ribblesdale to Greenhead.  This map is bio-degradable. Information on finding accommodation, camping, food. Directions to the start. Also Ranger Service contact numbers and enlargements of towns/villages showing facilities available and tips on weather and clothing.  Detailed mapping, full legend. National Grid - can be used with GPS. 1:40,000 scale. Waterproof. Supplied in clear plastic pocket  1/40 000 £13.95 image
Pennine Way -
South
The Pennine Way is a National Trail. It follows the backbone of England from the Peak District to the Scottish borders. It is one of the toughest UK long distance footpaths, and forms part of the European Footpath Network.  The Pennine Way was Britain's first National Trail, opened in 1965. This set of maps has been produced to coincide with the 40th anniversary celebrations this year.  Just 3 HARVEY maps cover the whole 268-mile route. Each covers a section of the Way suitable for a comfortable week of walking. Each starts and finishes near public transport, so no hassle with getting lifts.  Each also contains lots of information and useful telephone numbers to assist the walker with planning.  Pennine Way South covers the route from Edale to Horton-in-Ribblesdale.  This map is bio-degradable.  Information on finding accommodation, camping, food. Directions to the start. Also Ranger Service contact numbers and enlargements of towns/villages showing facilities available and tips on weather and clothing.  Detailed mapping, full legend. National Grid - can be used with GPS. 1:40,000 scale. Waterproof. Supplied in clear plastic pocket  1/40 000 £13.95 image
Pennine Bridleway - South Derbyshire to South Pennines
Map of the 73 mile (117km) southern section of this new National Trail. Covers the part of the route opened on 27 May 2004, from Derbyshire to the South Pennines, plus the 47 mile (75km) Mary Townley Loop, which was completed in 2003. 
Though the route is particularly designed for use by horse riders and cyclists, it can be used by walkers too. The map gives useful information on accommodation, planning, horsebox parking, places to visit, etc.  This map is bio-degradable.  Information on finding accommodation, camping, food. Directions to the start. Also Ranger Service contact numbers and enlargements of towns/villages showing facilities available and tips on weather and clothing.  Detailed mapping, full legend. National Grid - can be used with GPS. 1:40,000 scale. Waterproof. Supplied in clear plastic pocket
1/40 000 £10.95 image
Ridgeway XT40 - From Overton Hill near Avebury in Wiltshire to Ivinghoe Beacon, east of Tring in Hertfordshire 137 km (85 miles).  Suitable for walkers, cyclists and horseriders.
Waterproof
1/40 000 £13.95 image
Rob Roy Way XT40 - Rob Roy Way is a walk across part of the Southern Highlands of Scotland taking in some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK. Starting from Drymen it goes north east to finish in Pitlochry. The Way is 77mls or 94 mls (124Km or 151Km) depending on your route choice. The tracks and paths you follow were used by Rob Roy MacGregor in the 17th & 18th centuries, other historical characters throughout the Jacobite uprisings and during the feuds between the local clans. Places you will pass through include Aberfoyle, Callander, Strathyre, Killin or Amulree and Aberfeldy. Lochs you will walk along include Venachar, Lubnaig and Tay passing by Ben Ledi, Ben Chonzie and Ben Lawers. 1/40 000 £13.95 image
Settle to Carlisle XT40 - Settle to Carlisle is a new walking route linking the stations of the famous and scenic Settle-Carlisle Railway Line. This map gives you the chance to walk up and ride back on the train, or to hop off at one station and rejoin a later train further on.  The route starts in picturesque Settle and passes through the beautiful Yorkshire Dales and the sheltered Eden Valley, ending in central Carlisle.  The entire route is on the one map. This map is bio-degradable.  Information on finding accommodation, camping, food. Directions to the start. Also Ranger Service contact numbers and enlargements of towns/villages showing facilities available and tips on weather and clothing.  Detailed mapping, full legend. National Grid - can be used with GPS. 1:40,000 scale. Waterproof. Supplied in clear plastic pocket .  1/40 000 £13.95 image
Shropshire Way Compact and light - the map itself weighs just 60gms - a third of the weight of a laminated map, and much less bulky. And you can fold or refold it time and again, or stuff it in your back pocket and it won't fall to pieces. Shows the routes in the southern (Shropshire Hills) section.
Information on finding accommodation, camping, food. Directions to the start. Also Ranger Service contact numbers and enlargements of towns/villages showing facilities available and tips on weather and clothing
Detailed mapping, full legend. National Grid - can be used with GPS. 1:40,000 scale. Waterproof. Supplied in clear plastic pocket
 
1/40 000 £13.95 image
Skye Trail XT40 - The Skye Trail is a challenging unofficial route through the island which is specifically aimed at experienced hillwalkers. The route follows much of the amazing Trotternish Ridge and passes beneath the peaks and pinnacles of the Cuillin, which are considered to be the finest mountains in Britain. There are also remarkable coastal cliffs, steep trails, high drops and haunting ruins of deserted villages destroyed in the highland clearances. You have various choices of different routes through tough terrain or easier walking with spectacular mountain views and coastal scenery. It is not waymarked making this map an essential piece of your equipment. 1/40 000 £13.95 image
South Downs Way 162km route (101 miles) - Winchester - Eastbourne.
A leap forward in technical excellence: Tough, durable and 100% waterproof - virtually indestructible in normal use. Suitable for walkers, cyclists & horse riders
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South West Coast Path 1 Map 1 Minehead to St Ives - The South West Coast Path is Britain's longest (630 mile route - 8 to 9 days walking on each map) and one of its most popular National Trails. It runs along the coast of Somerset, Cornwall, Devon, and Dorset from Minehead round via Land's End to Poole. It includes all  95 miles of the World Heritage site known as the Jurassic Coast - Waterproof but bio-degradable 1/40 000 £13.95  
South West Coast Path 2 Map 2 covers the Path from St Ives to Plymouth
Waterproof but bio-degradable
1/40 000 £10.95  
South West Coast Path 3 Map 3 covers the Path from Plymouth to Poole Harbour 
Waterproof but bio-degradable
1/40 000 £10.95  
         
Speyside Way A leap forward in technical excellence: Tough, durable and 100% waterproof - virtually indestructible in normal use.  Compact and light - the map itself weighs just 60gms - a third of the weight of a bulky laminated map. You can fold or refold it time and again, or stuff it in your back pocket and it won't fall to pieces.  
    Shows the entire route on one sheet - 144km (90 miles) from Aviemore to Buckie, via Nethybridge, Grantown and Fochabers, with a spur to Tomintoul. 
1/40 000 £13.95 image
St Cuthbert's Way The Way links places associated with the life of the 7th century saint, Cuthbert.  From Melrose Abbey to Holy Island (Lindisfarne).  100km (62 miles)
Waterproof
1/40 000 £13.95 image
St Oswalds Way From Holy Island to Heavenfield, the 97 mile St Oswald's Way links some of the places associated with St Oswald who was the King of Northumbria in the early 7th century. The route runs through the Northumbria National Park following the stunning Northumberland Coast before heading inland across beautiful countryside to Heavenfield. It links with St Cuthbert's Way in the north and Hadrian's Wall Path in the south. Along the way you will encounter rolling farmland, villages, vast sandy beaches and fascinating history. 1/40 000 £13.95  
Thames Path The Thames Path follows the banks of the river for 184 miles (294KM) from the flood barrier at Woolwich in South East London to Kemble Gloucestershire. It is a long distance walking route, most of it cannot be cycled. The Trail passes through water meadows, historic towns & lovely villages. The path is flat which makes for easy walking 1/40 000 £13.95 image
The Great Trossachs Path This is a 30 mile long distance path which links together three of Scotlands's Great Trails: the West Highland Way, the Rob Roy Way and the Three Lochs Way. It is a fantastic walk on its own or can be extended by connecting to one of the existing Great Trails.
The Path is suitable for walkers and cyclists. Other waymarked routes within the Great Trossachs Forest are also shown.
1/40 000 £  7.95  
Two Moors Way Route between Ivybridge on S.Edge of Dartmoor and Lymouth on N.Coast of Exmoor 1/40 000 £13.95 image
West Highland Way From Milngavie near Glasgow to Fort William - 153km (95 miles)
Waterproof but bio-degradable
1/40 000 £13.95 image
 
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