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Yorkshire Dales Walks: Pathfinder Guide

The Yorkshire Dales include some of the most attractive countryside in Britain, distinctive because of the magnificent limestone landscape that forms much of the National Park. On the high, exposed moorlands the landscape is lonely, austere and dramatic. The valleys, however, present a striking contrast. The word 'dale' comes from the Danish for 'valley', and here the walker can explore small woods, riverside meadows and neat green fields separated by miles of drystone walls, dotted with unspoilt villages such as Burnsall and Grassington.

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Hampshire with the New Forest and South Downs National Parks Walks: Pathfinder Guide

From its chalk stream valleys and high downlands to its bluebell woods and wide purple heaths, Hampshire's varied landscapes make ideal walking country. The county's two national parks – the New Forest and the South Downs – possess outstanding landscape qualities that put them among the finest in Britain. The New Forest's ancient woods, heathlands and bogs make it important as one of the few remaining sanctuaries for some of Britain's rare wildlife and, of course, a haven for its famous wild ponies. Routes are given through typical New Forest scenery at Brockenhurst, Highland Water, Standing Hat and Bishop's Dyke, that provides interest at all times of year. The high downland stretches from Winchester to the Sussex border and routes taking in its characteristic close-cropped turf, wild flowers and butterlies are at Chilcomb, Beacon Hill, Butser Hill and Hambledon, the birth-place of cricket.

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