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By Norman Johnsen

Northumberland deals quite a lot of delights for the walker - from coastal walks to special ancient gains reminiscent of Hadrian's Wall. This number of a hundred walks of as much as 12 miles may also help you discover the simplest of this different county. The Crowood strolling publications supply precise and exact course descriptions of the a hundred walks, with full-colour mapping and info of the place to park and the place to devour and drink, and locations of curiosity to determine alongside the way in which. of significant curiosity to someone dwelling in Northumberland, or traveling kin or neighbors and who enjoys strolling - from retirees to younger households. Illustrated with a hundred color direction maps and one nearby map.

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