Life in the Country: Recommended Guide Book 'Wild Guide Wales' by Daniel Stuart

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It's no secret that Wales is a paradise for lovers of the outdoors. With an abundance of green open space, accessible but suitably rugged mountains and beautiful sandy beaches all awash with epic tales from the past. In their new travel guide to Wales, Herefordshire and the Shropshire Marches Daniel Stuart and Tania Pascoe pack in over 600 activities and 500 places to eat and sleep. With stunning photos and engaging writing it is the ideal reference for the weekend adventurer looking to discover the most exciting hidden places. 

Whilst the guide covers a huge area the guide provides useful recommendations allowing you to make the most of your trip wherever you decide to go. 

Stunning photographs inspire and give you a glimpse of what you can expect on your weekend full of exploring weird and wonderful places.

This guide covers weekend getaways for lovers of: 

• Secret beaches, sea caves and coasteering
• Wild swimming and waterfalls
• Easy scrambles and gorge walks
• Sunset hill forts and unknown peaks
• Sacred sites, holy wells and standing stones
• Ruined castles, abandoned quarries and hidden caverns
• Ancient woods, magical meadows and wildlife spectacles
• Local food and drink, from the best seafood to micro-distilleries
• Secluded luxury hideaways, cottages and quirky campsites
• Wild camping and bothies

Areas covered:

1 Anglesey & Menai
2 Llyn Peninsula
3 Conwy & Llandudno
4 Snowdon & Llanberis
5 Glaslyn & Cwm Pennant
6 Blaenau to Betwys-y-Coed
7 Central Snowdonia
8 Southern Snowdonia
9 Denbigh & Flintshire
10 Bala & River Dee
11 Berwyn & Vyrnwy
12 Shropshire Hills
13 Radnor & Upper Wye
14 Aberystwyth & Cambrians
15 Cardigan & Teifi
16 North Pembrokeshire
17 South Pembrokeshire
18 Gower
19 Camarthen & West Brecons
20 Brecon Beacons
21 Wye & Black Mountains
22 Lower Wye & Usk
23 Glamorgan & The Valleys

Wild Guide Wales by Daniel Stuart and Tania Pascoe is available from Wild Things Publishing for £16.99

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