A Thousand Mile Walking Route
The route described is off-road as far as possible, i.e. about eight hundred miles of the total is on paths.
Basic information on landmarks on the route which includes over 50 churches, 20 castles and forts, 2 abbeys, several prehistoric structures, a Cornish tin mine, several preserved steam railways, a few follies, canal features, spectacular bridges and a sculpture trail in the Forest of Dean.
Choice of two routes given in Scotland and some discussion of pros and cons of various other alternative routes through England.
Published in 2006
Contains 76 pages with 57 photographs and 59 sketch maps, designed to fit the same size map case as Ordnance Survey Landranger series maps.