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eBook Complete Lakeland Fells ePub

by Bill Birkett

  • ISBN: 0002184060
  • Category: Individual Sports
  • Subcategory: Outdoors Sport
  • Author: Bill Birkett
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HarperCollinsWillow (September 22, 1994)
  • Pages: 288
  • ePub book: 1564 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1649 kb
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Complete Lakeland Fell. A comprehensive and detailed route reference work on the Lakeland Fells, this book covers all the Fell tops over 1,000 feet (305m) in the English Lake District National Park

Complete Lakeland Fell. A comprehensive and detailed route reference work on the Lakeland Fells, this book covers all the Fell tops over 1,000 feet (305m) in the English Lake District National Park. Complete Lakeland Fells" gives walking distances and duration along A comprehensive and detailed route reference work on the Lakeland Fells, this book covers all the Fell tops over 1,000 feet (305m) in the English Lake District National Park.

Title: Complete Lakeland Fells Item Condition: used item in a good condition. Using his local knowledge of the region, Bill Birkett has mapped out a series of routes for all levels of walker, each one allowing an appreciation of the region. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. Books will be free of page markings. Published On: 1994-09-22 SKU: 8765-9780002184069. Read full description.

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780583322096.

The Complete Lakeland Fells,Bill Birkett. Pictorial Guide To Lakeland Fells Collection 7 Books Boxed Set 50th Anniversary.

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Bill Birkett Is an award winning mountain writer and a member of the Outdoor Writer's Guild, British . Offering expansive views from its summit, Loughrigg is a delightful and friendly fell with many fascinating nooks and crannies.

Bill Birkett Is an award winning mountain writer and a member of the Outdoor Writer's Guild, British Guild of Travel Writers an. . This route, beginning from Tarn Foot, climbs by lane and track to Black Mire before ascending the heights and traversing to the summit trig point Bill Birkett. 30 May ·. Last Throwback Thursday this May.

Complete Lakeland Fells. Author Bill Birkett Published HarperCollinsWillow ISBN 978-0002184069. The Lakeland Fells are over 1000 feet high in altitude

Complete Lakeland Fells. The Lakeland Fells are over 1000 feet high in altitude. This book is an in-depth guide to the most popular walking area of Britain. Dividing the Lake District National Park into seven topological areas, and using his local knowledge of the region, Bill Birkett has mapped out a series of routes for all levels of walker, each one allowing an appreciation of the beauty and splendour of the region.

Bill Birkett is a prize wining author and photographer - he is synymous with outdoor life in the Lake District. His many books include Complete Lakeland Fells (defining The Birkett's), Scafell - Portrait of a Mountain, and A Year In The Life of The Langdale Valleys. Bill Birkett Publishing.

Birketts are the 541 English peaks described in Bill Birkett's 1994 guidebook, Complete Lakeland Fells

Birketts are the 541 English peaks described in Bill Birkett's 1994 guidebook, Complete Lakeland Fells. The author defined them as all hills within the boundary of the Lake District National Park in Cumbria which are over 1,000 feet (30. m) in height. Bill Birkett's book became a popular list for peak bagging in the Lake District, along with the equally popular Wainwrights

The Lakeland Fells are over 1000 feet high in altitude. This book is an in-depth guide to the most popular walking area of Britain. Dividing the Lake District National Park into seven topological areas, and using his local knowledge of the region, Bill Birkett has mapped out a series of routes for all levels of walker, each one allowing an appreciation of the beauty and splendour of the region. Each major area is divided up into a series of group walks, accompanied by a list of peaks encountered and practical information such as duration and difficulty of walk, and references to Ordnance Survey maps. An area fact sheet lists accommodation and transport facilities. Precise descriptions of the walks are enlivened by photographs and topological maps. An appendix contains details of all the peaks, and their altitudes and map references.