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Peakland Pubs

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One of the undoubted joys of a walk in the Peak District is the tempting prospect of a pint and a pie at one of the area’s unrivalled range of village pubs. Andrew McCloy, author of the authoritative Peak District Pub Guide (2002), now takes a closer look at some of the stories, myths and legends behind Peak District pubs.
Web Price: £7.99
9.26 EUR 9.99 USD 13.09 AUD

Tales from Litterdale

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John Morrison's hilarious tales from the Peakland village of Litterdale appear for the first time in book form. Other formats available: Amazon Kindle
Web Price: £12.95
15.01 EUR 16.19 USD 21.21 AUD

Moors Crags and Caves

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This is the long-awaited reprint of the classic study by Ernest A Baker of the earliest years of walking, rock cimbing and caving in the Peak District and surrounding area.
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Web Price: £6.99
8.10 EUR 8.74 USD 11.45 AUD

The Peak District - Loving It!

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These widescreen images by Chris Herring capture the Peak District in all its rich diversity throughout the year, from the morning mist beneath Curbar Edge on a spring morning, the wonderful woodland valleys in the summer, the autumn colours of Padley Gorge or heavy snow on Rushup Edge.
Web Price: £9.99
11.58 EUR 12.49 USD 16.36 AUD

The Book of Edale (pdf e-book)

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Nestling in the heart of the Peak National Park, Edale consists of five hamlets or 'booths'. This book is a collective effort of villagers past and present and includes a wealth of material drawn from archive tapes and interviews. Photographs from the early-twentieth century to the present day provide a fascinating view of this unique and close-knit community.
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Web Price: £24.99
28.96 EUR 31.24 USD 40.93 AUD

A Boot Up The Western Peak

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These ten routes by celebrated mountaineer and photojournalist Roger Redfern cover a broad canvas and are ideal for families and groups of friends, from high moorlands overlooking Greater Manchester in the north-west to the expansive parkland of Lyme Hall; the recesses of the Goyt Valley and sharp crest of Kerridge Hill; the magnificent viewpoints of Shutlingsloe and the Roaches; the secret corners of the Dane Valley and the southernmost tip of the National Park
Web Price: £4.99
5.78 EUR 6.24 USD 8.17 AUD

A Boot up The Eastern Peak

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This handy, hardback pocket guide to the mainly gritstone eastern fringes of the Peak District National Park makes a grand companion for anyone interested in exploring the area on foot. The ten routes described by the celebrated mountaineer and photojournalist Roger Redfern range in length from a modest 3.25 miles (6 kms) to 8.5 miles (13.5 kms).
Web Price: £4.99
5.78 EUR 6.24 USD 8.17 AUD

A Boot Up The White Peak

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What do the beautiful Lathkill Dale, Monsal Dale, Chee Dale, Millers Dale,Wolfscote Dale and the valleys of the Dove and Manifold have in common? They are all to be found in the White Peak area of the Peak District National Park and all have clear rivers flowing gently through their deeply-cut trenches. Ten leisure walks by celebrated mountaineer and photojournalist Roger Redfern guide you.
Web Price: £4.99
5.78 EUR 6.24 USD 8.17 AUD

A Boot Up The Dark Peak

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Although hard-core walkers are attracted by the challenges of long walks across these high moors of the Dark Peak, there are lots of easier and less demanding routes where you can experience this unique landscape. 10 of the best are chosen here by Roger Redfern.
Web Price: £4.99
5.78 EUR 6.24 USD 8.17 AUD

The Book of Chapel-en-le-Frith (pdf e-book)

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Although this publication contains extensive historical pictorial records and written accounts of the changing visual aspects of this fascinating parish, it is primarily a book about the social, educational, religious, cultural and sporting life of a community that was enriched throughout the twentieth century by a host of organisations, clubs and societies.
Web Price: £24.99
28.96 EUR 31.24 USD 40.93 AUD

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