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North Downs Way

Author: Kev Reynolds
Publisher: Milnthorpe : Cicerone, 2001.
Series: Cicerone guide.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Part of a two-book series on the North and South Downs ways. This guide gives an exploration of the North Downs trail from end to end, east from Farnham to Dover. It is illustrated with 8 pages of  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Guidebooks
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kev Reynolds
ISBN: 1852843160 9781852843168
OCLC Number: 45767565
Description: 128 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color), maps ; 18 cm
Contents: INTRODUCTION North Downs Way Accommodation Practical Advice Getting there - and back Using the Guide TRAIL DESCRIPTION Section 1: Farnham to Guildford Section 2: Guildford to Mole Valley (A24) Section 3: Mole Valley to Merstham Section 4: Merstham to Westerham Hill Section 5; Westerham Hill to Wrotham Section 6: Wrotham to The Medway Section 7; The Medway to Detling Section 8; Detling to Harrietsham Section 9: Harrietsham to Boughton Lees Direct Route to Dover via Wye Section 10: Boughton Lees to Etchinghill Section 11: Etchinghll to Dover Boughton Lees to Dover via the Canterbury Loop Section 10a: Boughton Lees to Canterbury Section 11a: Canterbury to Sheperdswell Section 12a: Sheperdswell to Dover Appendix A: Useful Addresses Appendix B: Public Transport Information Appendix C: Recommended Reading
Series Title: Cicerone guide.
Responsibility: Kev Reynolds.

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