This Wainwright-sized guide to the walking opportunities on the North York Moors focuses on land opened up to walkers by the recent Right to Roam legislation. It is part of a series of Freedom to Roam guides published in partnership with Ramblers' Association, long-time campaigner for greater public access to the countryside. The guide includes: an introduction to the area: its landscape, history and natural history; 12 free-range walks, graded for difficulty, that allow walkers to choose their own route; a full-page 4-colour OS map for each walk; special features on points of interest chosen to add to walkers' enjoyment of the countryside; practical information for visitors; a guide to public rights of access.
Buy North York Moors book by Judy Armstrong from Australia's Online Bookstore, Boomerang Books.
(170mm x 110mm x 12mm)
Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd
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Author Biography - Judy Armstrong
Judy Armstrong is a New Zealander, with bases in North Yorkshire and the French Alps. While she loves her home in a small village in the North York Moors national park, she still finds time to travel by foot, kayak, horse, bike and skis throughout Europe, Africa, South and Central America, and Asia. Judy works regularly for magazines and newspapers specialising in adventure travel and outdoor pursuits. Recent assignments including ski joering (being towed behind a horse on skis), alpine trekking and paragliding. Andrew Bibby is an experienced author and freelance journalist whose outdoor writing has appeared in Rambler, Rambling Today, and The Great Outdoors. For more information about Andrew Bibby click here