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- DescriptionUpdate: 20/4/13 Map added to each route.You can also view the routes on OS maps online and even download them to your GPS by going to http: //my.viewranger.com/user/details/36040 (for a video so see how they work go to https: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LJDRnvteFY Buy this book and download the colour Kindle version for free. Archaeoroutes are a range of routes, mostly in wild places, which visit archaeological sites. They include pictures and descriptions of the sites. great looking routes - ViewRanger This volume covers walking on Exmoor and walking on the Quantocks and visiting sites of archaeological importance. Exmoor is an area of high land overlooking the Bristol Channel. It is w mostly heathland but has been being reclaimed for farming for over a century. The highest point is Dunkery Beacon at 519m. The Quantocks are a line of hills stretching from Taunton to the Bristol Channel. The views stretch from Exmoor and the Blackdowns to Wales. With a rich population of wildlife this was the first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Britain. The highest point is Wills Neck at 386m. A good present for a walker or amateur archaeologist! See http: //www.archaeoroutes.co.uk for more information about this series...
- Author BiographyThe author grew up in Lancashire, within easy reach of the Yorkshire Dales, Pennines, Lake District and Snowdonia. After stints living in Cambridge, North Wales and the Cotswolds he has lived in Somerset since 2002. He has been climbing, mountaineering, caving, kayaking and skiing as long as he can remember. Growing up he spent most of his spare time in the hills. Landscape archaeology has always been one of his interests - When you spend a long time in the outdoors you start noticing things and wondering how they came to be there. At university he chose geophysics as one of his options. He is an experienced mountain and cave leader, holding a range of qualifications including ML, SPA and LCL. He is also a course director for climbing and navigation award schemes. For more about Alasdair Shaw, and to see what else he has written, have a look at http: //www.archaeoroutes.co.uk/alasdairshaw
- Author(s)Alasdair Shaw
- Date of Publication27/12/2012
- SubjectFishing, Field Sports & Outdoor Activities
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- Content Noteblack and white photographs and maps
- Weight77 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine3 mm
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