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Wales

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Paddy Buckley Round - £12.00
The ideal planning and navigation guide
Detailed waterproof map including the suggested route to complete all 61.25 miles and 47 tops.
The route was first completed by Wendy Dodds on 30 May 1982.
Detailed HARVEY mapping at 1:40,000 scale
Clear and easy to read, Waterproof, Light to carry
Can be used with GPS, Ideal route planning tool
 

 

Wales  
BMM - 
Brecon Beacons
British Mountaineering Map - Brecon Beacons 1/40 000 £15.95 Image
BMC - 
Snowdonia North
British Mountaineering Map - Snowdonia North
Covers from Portmadog North

"The 1:40,000 scale used by British Mountain Maps is excellent for hill walking. These maps provide clear, detailed information." Sir Chris Bonnington
Snowdonia's key mountains on a single map.
  Printed on plastic - durable, tear-resistent and 100% waterproof.  Colour shading for easy identification of hills and valleys.  Less than half the weight of a laminated map.  Detailed 1:15,000 enlargements of Snowdon and Tryfan.  Geological map of Snowdonia supplied by the British Geological Survey.  Mountain incident and first aid advice, tips on using your map and compass, useful local phone numbers and websites
1/40 000 £15.95 Image
BMC - 
Snowdonia South
British Mountaineering Map - Snowdonia South
Covers from Aberdyfi North to Llyn Trawsfynydd
1/40 000 £15.95 Image
         
Glyndwr's 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 £12.95  
         
Offa's Dyke
North
XT40 - Covers the area between Prestatyn to Knighton 1/40 000 £12.95 Image
Offa's Dyke South XT40 - A leap forward in technical excellence: Tough, durable and 100% waterproof. This map for walkers is virtually indestructible in normal use.   1/40 000 £12.95 Image
Pembrokeshire Coast Path  XT40 - A leap forward in technical excellence: Tough, durable and 100% waterproof. This map for walkers is 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.  
The map shows the entire route St Dogmaels to Amroth on one sheet.
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
Detailed mapping, full legend. 1:40,000 scale. National Grid - can be used with GPS.
1/40 000 £12.95 Image
         
Snowdonia
Aran
The principle summit of the Arans is Aran Fawddwy 905m (2969ft). This is almost 40ft higher than its lofty neighbour Cadair Idris.
This map covers 12 summits above 600m (2000ft). The Aran ridge also includes Aran Benllyn.
The map also covers the Arenigs, best known, and largest of which is Arenig Fawr.
1/25 000 £10.95

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Snowdonia
Cadair Idris
Cadair Idris lies at the southern end of the Snowdonia National Park. The mountain, which is one of the most popular in Wales, consists of a long ridge. Its northern face is craggy and precipitous, in contrast to the south face which slopes more gently into the broad expanse of the Dyfi estuary. 1/25 000 £10.95
Snowdon North XT25  - Covering Snowdon, Glyders & Carnedds 1/25 000 £10.95
Snowdonia 
Rhinogs
Barmouth and the Afon Mawddach to Trawsfyndd. Harlech in the west to the A470 in the east. Rhinog Fawr, Rhinog Fach, Diffwys. Welsh-English text   1/25 000 £12.95
 
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