The first new Kittiwakes for 2017 are now available, with more to follow soon.

David Berry has updated his established Anglesey guide which now contains 42 walks. All excellent and all throughly checked as we have come to expect from David. He has also revisited his Hidden Heart guide, where you will find 22 great walks in this stunning upland area, all detailed in a new edition.

Des Marshall has also been busy, producing the new Mary Jones Way, an historical 28 mile walk between Llanfihangel-y-Pennant and Bala, with clear maps and instructions, plus plenty of background information.

Des has also produced a guide to Snowdonia's Remote Lakes for those who don't mind something a little challenging, and who like to get well of the beaten track. You probably won't have even heard of some of the lakes, but you will find them just as beautiful as their well known neighbours.

Michael Burnett's has compiled a guide to Blaenau Ffestiniog, containing 20 excellent new walks. It is also now available.

This has been followed by a brand new and expanded guide to Hereford & Leominster, which replaces our previous Hereford guide. Mike Ledlie has completed the research and the book will be available from 2 June 2017.

Our popular Meifod guide has been given an extensive update, and a brand new edition will be available from 2 June 2017. A great area waiting to be really discovered

And finally, our old Welshpool guide, now withdrawn, will be replaced with a new guide to Welshpool Newtown & Montgomery later in the year. It's on its way!
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