There are now more new Kittiwakes to enjoy – new guides and completely revised editions.

David Berry has, as we have now come to expect, been very busy, producing his new guide to Walks along the Llangollen Canal, along with the epic Shropshire Way. He has also updated his splendid Y Bala guide, along with Walks in the Hidden Heart of North Wales.

Des Marshall has produced his Borth to Strata Florida guide to give you the opportunity to enjoy this modest but exciting trail to visit one of Wales' most iconic sites, as well as the new All-ability Trails in North Wales. Great for those using mobility chairs, or pushing prams – or perhaps just an easy level walk!

Les Lumsden & Mike Ledlie have produced a new edition of our existing guide to walks on Gower, a superb but perhaps underrated walking area.

We now have another guide to walking in the Brecon Beacons, with Alastair Ross' book of Short Walks, to add to his existing, but fully revised, guide to the longer routes and summits of the Beacons.

At last The Pilgrim's Way is available, a fantastic long-distance walk across North Wales, from Basingwerk Abbey near Holywell to Bardsey Island. It's 134 miles long but can easily be split into sections, passing through great scenery, including the foot of Snowdon, and traversing the north coast of Llyn.

We've also ventured a little further across the border with Steve Goodier's exciting new guide to walks in East Cheshire, a varied and always interesting area.

It is our policy to keep all our guides available, although sometimes there is delay of up to seven days while reprinting takes place. Please bear with us.

If you find that anything has changed while using our guides, please let us know and we will follow it up, and make changes to the book if necessary. You can email us via this website.

Keep an eye on this website for news of our new guides planned for 2017.

Enjoy your walking!
The Unique Kittiwake Style