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Lincolnshire and the Wolds Walks: Pathfinder Guide 50

The second largest county in England, Lincolnshire offers a surprising diversity of landscape – rolling wolds, coastal reaches, marshlands with endless skies and wide and impressive vistas, interspersed with historic market towns, magnificent churches and, of course, the ancient cathedral city of Lincoln. The county is largely unspoilt and offers a great opportunity for new and unique walking experiences. Outstanding features of the 28 walks in this guide include the Lincoln Edge, Boston and the River Witham, Somersby in the heart of Tennyson Country, and the River Humber. Now fully revised to include GPS data and new Ordnance Survey open access land mapping.

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The Cotswolds: Crimson Short Walks

The Cotswolds extend from near Stratford-upon-Avon in the north to Wotton-under-Edge, near Bath, in the South. The name 'Cotswold' has a cosy ring to it-bringing to mind traditionally English images of cottages, lush green fields and rolling hills. It derives from the Saxon, meaning wooded hollows hidden amid gentle hills, which is still an accurate description today. The Cotswold landscape and its buildings owe everything to the underlying bedrock. Honey-coloured limestone characterises the region's picturesque churches and cottages, including picture-book Bourton-on-the-Water, Upper and Lower Slaughter, Bibury, Burford and Minchinhampton.

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