OS Explorer and Landranger Maps supplied on an SD card featuring some of Great Britains best trails and walks. Choose from Pennine Way, Coast to Coast Walk, Thames Path, South Downs Way, Hadrian's Wall Path.
Length of path 430km/269miles
This was Britain's first National Trail and is arguably one of the most popular long distance footpaths in Britain. Running from Edale in Derbyshire across the rugged backbone of England to Kirk Yetholm in Scotland, the Pennine Way is a classic route.
With over 60% of the trail passing through National Parks of the Peak District, the Yorkshire Dales and Northumberland, visitors can experience some of the finest upland walking in England, taking in the sweep of grand panoramas, picturesque villages, moorlands, forests and river valleys.
Coast to Coast Walk
Length of path 304km/190miles
The Coast to Coast Walk crosses the North of England from the huge red sandstone cliffs of St.Bees Head in Cumbria on the west coast, to the pretty fishing village of Robin Hood's Bay on the rocky coastline of the North York Moors on the east coast.
It passes through the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the North Yorks Moors National Parks, ensuring a route of contrasting landscapes, ranging from the dramatic high peaks of Cumbria and the serene calmness of the lakes to the picturesque villages of the Dales and the wide expanses of the moors.
Length of path 294km/184miles
The Thames Path is unique as the only National Trail to follow a river for most of its length, from the source in a peaceful Cotswold field to the busy drama of the Thames Barrier in London.
In tracing this route, visitors see the famous River Thames starting literally as a trickle, gradually growing in size and importance as it shapes the landscape through the shade of willow trees, past water meadows, across the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and through many picturesque English villages.
It is a path that is accessible to all standards, and can be enjoyed by all the family.
South Downs Way
Length of path 160km/100miles
Traveling from what was the original capital of England, Winchester, and running along the chalk escarpment of the South Downs to the white cliffs' Seven Sisters and Beachy Head at Eastbourne, this trail covers some of the most beautiful lowland routes in the country.
It takes in numerous attractive villages and woodlands, and is rich in history as the path follows a route that has been travelled since the end of the Ice Age.
Hadrian's Wall Path
Length of path 134km/84miles
Hadrians Wall National Trail runs from the east coast to the west coast of Britain, following large sections of the famous Wall built by the Emperor Hadrian to defend the northernmost limit of the Roman Empire.
This route covers a varied landscape ranging from the arable farmland above Tynedale, to the rugged country of the Whin Sill escarpment, and finally down to the open salt marsh of the Solway Estuary. It is a path alive with history and dramatic beauty.
|Which map scale is best for me?|
To gain the most from the great outdoors, make sure you get the right map for your activity.
Walking/Hiking: - 1:25,000 scale Explorer map. Especially when hiking it is important to know the terrain you are entering, a 1:25,000 scale allows you to plan your route as safely and accurately as possible.
Mountain Biking: - 1:25,000 scale Explorer map. Although a 1:50,000 should be accurate enough. If you are planning to go on particularly rough and potentially dangerous terrain, we would recommend you use the 1:25,000 for optimum safety and accuracy.
Family Cycle Riding: - 1:50,000 scale Landranger map would be sufficiently detailed for a family bike ride as it shows all the roads, country lanes and byways that are ideal for family days out.
|Map Scale Explained - 1:25k scale Explorer Map|
These maps are ideal for use by people needing great detail on their maps as they show contours at 5m intervals, field boundaries, good path detail within wooded areas, and detail on building layouts - all of which can make a difference for precision navigation.
Typical users might be hikers, mountain bikers and climbers who need this very specific information.
|Map Scale Explained - 1:50k scale Explorer Map|
These maps are designed for people who do not need such specific detail, and who are comfortable with contours at 10m intervals, and do not need to see field boundaries or specific detail on building layouts.
Typical users might be cyclists, horse riders, or those simply planning a general path.
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