Accompanied by beautiful colour photography, "Coastal Walks Around Britain" celebrates the varied treasures to be found on the coastlines of England, Wales and Scotland.Andrew McCloy has devised 15 two- to three-day walks along sections of Britain's most famous coastal paths, which are accompanied by clear and detailed maps. His commentaries focus on the unique treats the seaside has to offer the senses, be it the squall of gulls, brisk winds or warming sunshine. He explores sites which include the rollercoaster chalk cliffs of Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters, the hidden bays of South Cornwall, the fishing villages of the North yorkshire coast and the beautiful Gower peninsula in Wales."Coastal Walks Around Britain" is the essential companion for anyone who loves the sea and wants to gain maximum enjoyment from exploring the British coast.
Andrew McCloy is well acquainted with writing walking guides, being the author of The Land's End to John o'Groat's Walk (Cordee) and various titles on the Peak District. He is a keen long-distance walker and was formerly the information officer for the Ramblers' Association. He lives in Derbyshire. Stephen Whitehorne is one of Scotland's foremost landscape, architectual and travel photographers. He is the photographer and author of several walking guides to Scotland, including Exploring the Highlands of Scotland and Walking the Scottish Highland Round (both Cassell), as well as photographer on many other guides His work has been widely exhibited in the UK. Stephen also teaches photography, and is based near Edinburgh, Scotland.