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Central Fells (Lakeland Fellranger)

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Publication Type
Paperback Laminated cover
Author
Mark Richards
ISBN
9781852845407
Date Published
2008
Size
198 x 132
Printed Pages
304pp
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Supplier:

Type
Publisher
Address
Juniper House, Murley Moss, Oxenhope Road, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 7RL
Telephone
01539 562069
Fax
01539 563417
Supplier Info

Cicerone publishes guidebooks for long distance walks and treks, day walks, family walks, scrambling, climbing, ice climbing and mountaineering, cycling guides, hill and mountain skills and outdoor photography. Cicerone's aim is to inspire you, and to provide the information needed to enable you to plan and enjoy your favourite outdoor activity, whether in the British Isles or overseas.


Review:

Publisher's Information 2008

Cicerone's "Lakeland Fellranger" series is the modern rucksack reference for the discerning fell adventurer. Fellrangers are inspirational and thorough - and together the eight books in the series provide a comprehensive and contemporary guide to the fells of the English Lake District.The guides in the "Fellranger" series are ideal for practical use outdoors, and are equally useful for armchair planning. Each fell has its own dedicated chapter, and the variety of routes on the fell are carefully depicted on Harvey maps and fellscape diagrams. The scenic qualities of the landscape are illustrated by colour photographs and by detailed summit panoramas that help to underpin the reader's appreciation of these magical mountains.The Central Fells comprise the high ground between Great Langdale and Keswick. The area is flanked to the west by Sticks Pass, Langstrath, Borrowdale and Derwentwater, and to the east by Grasmere, Dunmail Raise and Thirlmere.