Bicycling The Pacific Coast

CLICK HERE to download the 42 mile ride near Anacortes and the 48 mile ride along the Oregon Coast from Bicycling the Pacific Coast * Bicycle touring the Pacific Coast is outlined in one trip or four separate adventures * Road directions, ...

Bicycling The Pacific Coast

CLICK HERE to download the 42 mile ride near Anacortes and the 48 mile ride along the Oregon Coast from Bicycling the Pacific Coast * Bicycle touring the Pacific Coast is outlined in one trip or four separate adventures * Road directions, points of interest, and available restrooms and provisions all built into daily mileage logs * Elevation profiles and Table of Essentials overview for each day's ride From Canada to the Mexican border, Bicycling the Pacific Coast is the most popular guidebook to bicycle touring this gorgeous edge of the U.S. Tom Kirkendall and Vicky Spring guide you turn by turn along the length of Pacific Coast Bicycle Route -- all 1816.5 miles. These forty-two suggested daily itineraries (averaging 53 miles each) begin and end at campsites. Everything you need to know about each day's ride is included: from tunnel-riding strategies to where to buy a new derailer, from one-of-a-kind museums along the way to side trips to lonely lighthouses and towering sand dunes. Cyclists will find a quick-glance Table of Essentials for each daily itinerary, listing availability of bike shops, beach access, hiking trails, youth hostels, and activities while touring through California, Washington, and Oregon.

A Coast to Coast Walk

This Pictorial Guide, first published in 1973 and updated in 1992, contains Wainwright's original text and his hand-drawn black-and-white route maps for this much - loved walk.

A Coast to Coast Walk

The Coast to Coast Walk, devised by Wainwright himself, stretches across 190 miles from St Bees Head on the East coast to Robin Hood's Bay on the West, passing through the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors. This Pictorial Guide, first published in 1973 and updated in 1992, contains Wainwright's original text and his hand-drawn black-and-white route maps for this much - loved walk.

Coast to Coast Path

This guide covers the Coast to Coast Path, a 191 1/2-mile trail that runs from St Bees on the Irish Sea across the width of northern England to the North Sea at Robin Hood's Bay

Coast to Coast Path

Fully revised 7th edition of this classic 191-mile walk across northern England from the Irish Sea to the North Sea, inspired by Alfred Wainwright. Crossing three fabulous national parks the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales, and the North York Moors it samples the very best of the English countryside rugged mountains and lakes, gentle dales and stone-built villages; wild moorland; sea cliffs and fishing villages. 10 town plans and 109 large-scale walking maps at just under 1:20,000 showing route times, places to stay, places to eat, points of interest and much more. These are not general-purpose maps but fully-edited maps drawn by walkers for walkers. Itineraries for all walkers whether walking the route in its entirety over two weeks or sampling the highlights on day walks and short breaks Practical information for all budgets camping, bunkhouses, hostels, B&Bs, pubs and hotels; St Bees through to Robin Hood's Bay where to stay, where to eat, what to see, plus detailed street plans Comprehensive public transport information for all access points on the Coast to Coast Path Flora and fauna four page full color flower guide, plus an illustrated section on local wildlife Green hiking understanding the local environment and minimizing our impact on it GPS waypoints. These are also downloadable from the Trailblazer website Plus extra colour sections: 16pp colour introduction and 16pp of colour mapping for stage sections (one stage per page) with trail profiles."

The C2C Cycle Route

It takes in some of northern England's finest scenery on cycle paths, forest tracks and minor roads, with off-road options and a selection of taster day rides also described in the book.

The C2C Cycle Route

Guide to the 140 mile Coast to Coast (C2C) Sustrans cycle route, across the UK, from Whitehaven or Workington to Tynemouth or Sunderland. It takes in some of northern England's finest scenery on cycle paths, forest tracks and minor roads, with off-road options and a selection of taster day rides also described in the book. The route is described as a 5-day ride, from west to east, itineraries are also included for 2, 3 and 4-day options, and riding the route from east to west. Detailed profiles and OS mapping illustrate each stage, and information is provided for those riding the route with children. The C2C is a popular cycle challenge, whether undertaken over a single day or a full week. The Hadrian's Wall and Reivers' Way cycle routes also offer great options for a return trip.

Bicycling the Pacific Coast

It's 1,816.5 miles as the bike pedals down the Pacific Coast from Vancouver, BC, to the Mexican border. But you won't take a wrong turn with veteran authors Tom Kirkendall and Vicky Spring to guide you.

Bicycling the Pacific Coast

It's 1,816.5 miles as the bike pedals down the Pacific Coast from Vancouver, BC, to the Mexican border. But you won't take a wrong turn with veteran authors Tom Kirkendall and Vicky Spring to guide you. They've included information on road conditions, availability of provisions, accessible campgrounds, and points of interest.

Cycling the Coast to Coast Route

The guide includes route maps and elevation charts indicating the ascent and descent; full-colour and archive photographs of all the sights along the way; details listings of accommodation, places to eat and drink and local bike shops and ...

Cycling the Coast to Coast Route

The 137-mile Coast to Coast Route (C2C) was the first national cycle route in Britain and has grown to become the most popular long-distance cycle ride in the country. Tackling the route over five days is a marvellous mini-adventure that should appeal to all sorts of cyclists. Every stage of the route, from Whitehaven on the west coast of Cumbria to Tynemouth in the east, is described by author Nicolas Mitchell, including fascinating accounts of its rich industrial heritage and details of the many opportunities to explore its glorious natural history. The guide includes route maps and elevation charts indicating the ascent and descent; full-colour and archive photographs of all the sights along the way; details listings of accommodation, places to eat and drink and local bike shops and finally, advice on how to prepare yourself and your bike for the trip. Fully illustrated with 75 colour photographs, 6 route maps and 6 elevation graphs.

Cycling the Pacific Coast

Cycling the Pacific Coast continues the trusted legacy with an all-new, completely re-ridden, and fully comprehensive guidebook from Bill Thorness, featuring the most current, up-to-date beta on this amazing route.

Cycling the Pacific Coast

• Covers the entire 2,000-mile route from Canada to Mexico, including alternate and side-route options • Information on lodging, camping, loading the bike, safe cycling, road conditions, weather, and more The Pacific Coast route is the most popular bike touring route in the U.S., according to Mountaineers Books’ non-profit partner, the Adventure Cycling Association. And for 33 years, our very own Bicycling the Pacific Coast was the most popular guidebook to this venerable route—until now! Cycling the Pacific Coast continues the trusted legacy with an all-new, completely re-ridden, and fully comprehensive guidebook from Bill Thorness, featuring the most current, up-to-date beta on this amazing route. Cycling the Pacific Coast is organized in five sections—Washington, Oregon, Northern California, Central California, and Southern California—and is useful to riders who plan to do the trip as one epic ride, or break it up to peddle sections at a time. Features include: • Suggested itineraries for the entire ride, or for one- and two-week trips • Logistics for getting to/from ride sections • Airport and train-station connections in all major cities (Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego) • Alternate routes to take on Vancouver Island (Canada), Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, and Northern California’s “Lost Coast” • Interesting and fun side trip destinations in 5 cities, on 2 islands, and in 2 wine country regions New bike tourers will find equipment information, packing advice, and safety tips, among other helpful trip suggestions. And all riders will find the guidance to experience the trip of a lifetime.

Around the Coast in 80 Days

Your Guide to Britain's Best Coastal Towns, Beaches, Cliffs and Headlands Peter
Naldrett ... between Wales and Scotland Set out on the challenging coast-to-
coast route that will take you to the North Sea Walker's paradise Few long-
distance ...

Around the Coast in 80 Days

Around the Coast in 80 Days is an indispensable guide to the very best of Britain's diverse coastline. Whether you have just an afternoon, a whole day, a free weekend, or a whole week to explore our wonderful country, this book will guide you to 80 of the most interesting, fun and picturesque seaside spots our coast has to offer. Starting at Liverpool, one of the most fashionable tourist destinations in Europe, the book travels clockwise up to Scotland, down the east coast, across the southern shores, up through Wales and back to the northwest of England. It calls in at exciting seaside towns like Blackpool, Brighton and Newquay, and also invites you to explore the more tranquil coastal stretches, such as Balnakeil, Gower Peninsula and the Lizard. Covering nine coastal regions of Britain, chapters provide insights into the history, culture and key features of each place, how to get to there, where to eat – including the best places for fish and chips, and where to stay. Accompanied by beautiful photography and a handy map, and introduced with an entertaining and evocative Foreword by Ian McMillan, the book will delight families, couples and solo explorers of all ages and with all budgets. We all know there's so much more to explore and enjoy in our beautiful country – this book will help you do just that.

Cycling Touring Guide Northern England

The Way of the Roses is a coast-to-coast route from Morecambe to Bridlington
and is quickly becoming one of the most popular cycle routes in the UK. The
Yorkshire Dales also has its very own 130-mile signed circular route, the
Yorkshire ...

Cycling Touring Guide  Northern England

The revised edition of the classic cycling guide of 1947 by Harold Briercliffe. Used as the inspiration for the Britain by Bike television series and a vital part of the award-winning Britain by Bike book by Jane Eastoe, the original book is reproduced along with suggested cycling routes in the northern England region for today's cyclists. Harold Briercliffe was the Alfred Wainwright of cycling and his books provide great insight into cycling in various parts of the UK in the 1940s. Harold's fascinating description of the towns, villages and roads of Britain at the time is a joy for all those who love these isles and especially for cyclists looking for inspiration. Many roads have changed over the decades and are now too busy for enjoyable cycling, so Mark Jarman, along with Sustrans, have made suggestions for alternative routes in the region for today's cyclists. The book includes the original photographs taken by Harold Briercliffe and the original illustrations. The Cycling Tourng Guide: Northern England covers cycle routes in the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales, and the North East Coast, plus shorter tours around the Ribble Valley, Forest of Bowland, around Pendle Hill, Bronte Country, Lancashire Coast, Lunedale and the Pennine Link. It also covers shorter trips around the Plain of York, and from Pool to Richmond. The cycle routes vary in length from half day and day-long trips to weekend and week-long tours.

The Rough Guide to Australia

On the whole, it's better to stick to the slower coast road, which turns off at Tilba
Tilba heading for Tathra, 60km south ... At Thatra, a pleasant fishing village,
either cut inland to pick up the Princes Highway, or stick to the quieter coast route
to ...

The Rough Guide to Australia

The Rough Guide to Australia is your indispensable guide to one of the most unmissable countries on earth. Packed with practical information on once-in-a-lifetime experiences in Oz, from sunrise walks around Uluru to viewing Kangaroo Island's wild seals, sea lions, kangaroos and koalas; bush-camping safaris in UNESCO World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park to exhilarating helicopter flights down the dramatic gorges of Aboriginal-owned Nitmiluk National Park - not forgetting the stunning harbour side bars and restaurants of Sydney. Written by a team of widely-travelled, dedicated authors, this Rough Guide will help you to discover the best hotels, restaurants, cafes, shops and festivals around Australia, whatever your budget. Plus, you'll find expert background on Australia's history, wildlife, cinema and fascinating aboriginal culture and the clearest maps of any guide. Make the most of your trip with The Rough Guide to Australia.