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Yorkshire Ouse walk : from source to the sea : with tales of the riverbank

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Publication Type
Ivan E. Broadhead
Date Published
208 x 146 mm
Number of Pages
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Countryside Books is an independent, family-run, publisher of local interest books, spanning subjects as diverse as dog walks, pub walks, British architectural styles, Second World War aviation and lost railways.


Publisher's website 2018

From its humble source north-west of York, the Yorkshire Ouse winds its way gently along some 60 miles of superb countryside. It swallows up streams from picturesque dales and steadily swells until it unites with the River Trent to become the mighty Humber and sweeps into the North Sea.

This handbook enables you to explore the length of the Ouse and its attractive surroundings - but more than that it provides some fascinating details of river history and events that have occurred around it. Divided into ten sections, ranging in distance between 4 and 8 miles, it includes a guide to public transport and lists good pubs and other refreshment opportunities.

Paths Covered by this Publication:

100 km / 62 miles

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