The third edition of this popular book is now available in full colour. With a revised layout and even more photos to help guide the walker. The book contains detailed walk descriptions, grid references and detail sketch maps of eight walks in the northern Cheviots based on the town of Wooler
A huge amount of rain has trickled down the burns of the Cheviot Hills since W. Ford Robertson's book, Walks from Wooler, was first published in 1926 and, at first sight, the hills seem pretty much the same as they did all those years ago. Yet there has been change, that much is inevitable. This book, by the author of the popular book of walks, The Cheviot Hills, sets out to discover how that change has affected route descriptions now more than 80 years old and to find out whether those routes are still relevant to the 21st century walker. On eight self-guided walks, this book peeps into a walking past whilst keeping both feet firmly planted in a high-tech walking present. Along the way, it uncovers a world of tackety boots and stout sticks.