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Kindle Books

Kindle book - My Lanzarote. 10 walks and a personal view

Kindle Book And A Pub For Lunch

5 Walks In The Yorkshire Dales

 

Kindle Books From Happyhiker.co.uk

Books available are:

My Lanzarote: 13 Walks & A Personal View
Yorkshire Pub Walks
5 walks in the Southern Yorkshire Dales

My Lanzarote: 13 Walks & A Personal View

I have upgraded my book from 2017/2018 to include all 13 walks from happyhiker.co.uk into one digital book for portable devices, to make it easy to carry all the information with you when you walk the interesting Lanzarote routes. The walks include grid references for the start points based on the Lanzarote Tour and Trail Map  1:40,000 scale produced by Discovery Walking Guides Ltd which is by far the best map I have come across for the island, both for the location of the walking routes and as a road map. It gets 5 stars from around 75% of purchasers on Amazon.

The book also includes my thoughts on some of the general places of interest you might wish to visit, when taking a break froim walking.

13 walks listed are:

1) - Atalaya de Femes
2) - Caldera Blanca
3) - El Golfo and Charco de los Clicos
4) - Famara
5) - Haria to El Bosquecillo
6) - La Geria and Montana Tinasoria
7) - Montaña Corona (Costa Tequise)
8) - Montaña Cuervo
9) - Montaña Los Rodeos
10) - Montaña Roja
11) - Playa Blanca to Punta del Papagayo
12) - Playa Quemada to Puerto del Carmen
13) - Rubicon Plain

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My Lanzarote Kindle Book Lanzarote Tour and Trail map

Yorkshire Pub Walks

A pub in the middle of a circular walk is one of the bonuses of walking in my opinion. It provides an opportunity to enjoy a break along the way, together with a pint or two of hand-pulled real ale and perhaps a simple meal. This becomes especially relevant when the weather is inclement, as sitting the pouring rain or a howling gale, munching sandwiches, is not a lot of fun. Equally, on a nice sunny day, what could be better than a refreshing pint.

It is obvious from the numbers of fellow walkers I see on my travels, with smiling faces behind a glass, that this is a common enjoyment so I have put together 13 Yorkshire walks where a good pub can be found about half way round. I simply call it "And A Pub For Lunch.

Why 13 walks? Well, I am not superstitious and the simple fact is, I originally intended to publish 10 but could not decide which to leave out. The pubs are just too nice!

These walks are based on walks from  happyhiker.co.uk and are in the alphabetical order of the villages, naming the  pubs I preferred at those locations, when I last visited. Other pubs may be in the vicinity and their omission is no reflection on their quality.

I would add that no establishments have favoured me with any inducements to be included here – more’s the pity!!

The locations and pubs listed in "A Pub For Lunch" are:

Walk 1 – Appletreewick, Yorkshire Dales – Craven Arms
Walk 2 – Bishop Monkton, North Yorkshire – Masons Arms
Walk 3 - Blakey Ridge, North York Moors – The Lion Inn
Walk 4 – Bradley, West Yorkshire – The Slaters Arms
Walk 5 – Burley Woodhed, West Yorkshire – The Hermit Inn
Walk 6 – Cullingwoth, West Yorkshire – The George
Walk 7 – East Marton, North Yorkshire – The Cross Keys
Walk 8 – Grassington, Yorkshire Dales - Foresters Arms
Walk 9 – Kettlewell, Yorkshire Dales - Blue Bell Inn
Walk 10 – Kilnsey, Yorkshire Dales - Tennants Arms
Walk 11 – Kirkby Overblow, North Yorkshire – The Star and Garter
Walk 12 – Lastingham, North York Moors – Blacksmiths Arms
Walk 13 – Lofthouse, North Yorkshire – Crown Hotel

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Walks with a pub for lunch

5 walks in the Southern Yorkshire Dales

These Walks are:

Arncliffe to Kettlewell
Bordley to Malham
Buckden to Yockenthwaite
Burnsall to Grassington
Ingleborough from Clapham

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5 walks in the Yorkshire Dales

 

The Kindle is a remarkable piece of kit. My wife has one and she has been delighted with it. Its electronic ink is very similar to print and because it is not backlit, is equally readable in bright sunlight, just like a book.

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Kindle books are also readable on many smartphones and tablets using free Kindle Reading apps.

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