1001 Walks You Must Take Before You Die: Country Hikes, Heritage Trails, Coastal Strolls, Mountain Paths, City Walks (2020)

1001 Walks You Must Take Before You Die: Country Hikes, Heritage Trails, Coastal Strolls, Mountain Paths, City Walks Barry Stone Walks You Must Take Before You Die Country Hikes Heritage Trails Coastal Strolls Mountain Paths City Walks This generously illustrated volume features carefully selected scenic walks throughout the wor
  • Title: 1001 Walks You Must Take Before You Die: Country Hikes, Heritage Trails, Coastal Strolls, Mountain Paths, City Walks
  • Author: Barry Stone
  • ISBN: 9780789329158
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Hardcover
1001 Walks You Must Take Before You Die: Country Hikes, Heritage Trails, Coastal Strolls, Mountain Paths, City Walks Barry Stone This generously illustrated volume features 1,001 carefully selected scenic walks throughout the wor.
1001 Walks You Must Take Before You Die: Country Hikes, Heritage Trails, Coastal Strolls, Mountain Paths, City Walks Barry Stone

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  1. H

    This book is kind of insane because it s just so vague It defines anything and everything as a walk.Strolling through a touristy town in Europe is a walk Central Park is a walk Hiking on some glaciers is a walk The Trans Canada Trail, which is 23,000 km 14,000 miles long, is a walk.Nearly every listed walk had a photo and a page of text dedicated to it, with some helpful stats e.g length, time to traverse, difficulty The histories of each walk were interesting, but the text got incredibly repeti [...]

  2. Octavia Cade

    This must be one of my new favourite reads I used to do a bit of tramping but I ve gotten out of the habit of it the last few years, and having finally slogged my way through the near 1000 pages of this book I m excited to start again My imagination is fired up and I m ready to walk I think my favourite thing about it is just how very unachievable it all is If this were 50 Walks You Must Experience Before You Die, or even 100 Walks, there s a chance that I d first feel challenged, and then burde [...]

  3. David

    Thick colourful coffee table book Guessing I did what most walkers have done and immediately looked up walks I have already done to compare my story with theirs Glad to say I could often relate to them Sort of a teaser as all photos seem to show perfect conditions enticing readers to the locations With only a page per walk or less not a great deal of detailed information supplied for each destination.

  4. Callista

    The photographs were lovely, and I looked up many of the locations on Pinterest so I could remember them and get information I wish the book included less walks with information about each walk maps would have been nice.

  5. Halley Georgas

    This book is useless It would be excellent if it had a clear, concise index by location It has walks listed by country US for example has 2 pages worth of hikes alphabetized by hike name So if you are visiting Hawaii, there is no way to know if there are any hikes there Same with Canada, which is huge, you would think adding the province or closest city would be a good start A supporting website with directions would be wonderful.

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