|'All-Terrain' means just that - suitable for all forms of landscape - and experienced authors and walkers Rebecca and ZoŽ have chosen the North York Moors for the latest in this popular series of 'All-Terrain Pushchair Walks' books. The North York Moors National Park is situated within the eastern reaches of North Yorkshire. Within the park you can choose from strolls along the riverside, rambles through heather moors or walks by the sea on secluded beaches and breathtaking cliffs. The park has a well-established extensive network of paths and bridleways, and Rebecca and ZoŽ have used this existing network to plan these thirty pushchair-friendly walks, but they have made sure that before you set out with your pushchair you'll know exactly what to expect.
As well as having all the planning done for you, Rebecca and ZoŽ include lots of extra fascinating background information relevant to each walk, sure to spark up interest from children of any age. The area is surrounded by myths and legends - did you know for example that there are massive holes created by giants? There is also a selection of 'in the area' activities should you wish to expand your day out to more than just a walk - lots of abbeys, castles, railways and country estates to explore.
Choosing the most suitable walk is made easy with the authors' at-a-glance symbols, including details about changing facilities, toilets and refreshment stops. All-terrain pushchairs have brought the great outdoors much closer to the doorstep of young families - walking and exploring the countryside from a young age could and should lead to a healthier outlook and a much greater understanding and respect for the environment. So don't let having a baby or young children deter you - with this 'All-Terrain Pushchair Walks' book you're sure to enjoy even the shortest walk through one of the finest landscapes in Britain, the North York Moors National Park.
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Distance:0.5 to 6.5 miles
Author: ZoŽ Sayer and Rebecca Terry