Exploring the Thames Wliderness : A Guide to the Natural Thames
By Richard Mayon-White, Wendy Yorke
The River Thames is an often undiscovered haven of stunning scenery, wonderful wildlife and brilliant natural beauty. As well as the famous stretches passing through our biggest cities and towns, there is a hidden side to the river - wild and natural, but surprisingly accessible. This guidebook contains information on over 150 of the best places to explore the real Thames wilderness, along with 10 circular walks taking in the most attractive and interesting parts of the river.
Arranged geographically, the book provides information on the history and character of each stretch of the river and the featured sites within it. Illustrated with maps and photos, the text highlights which plants and wildlife to watch out for, activities, how to get there, nearby moorings, cycle paths and car parks. Each section features a circular walk, tying together several of the sites and accompanied by an attractive hand-drawn map.
Pb. 240pp 234x163mm Photographs and hand drawn maps