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OS Explorer Active 306 - Middlesbrough & Hartlepool

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Every part of England, Scotland and Wales is covered by 403 maps specially designed for walkers, off-road cyclists, horse riders and all involved in outdoor activities. The Active maps are an encapsulated map that is tough, durable and weatherproof. The maps are covered in a protective plastic coating that can be written on, so your favourite routes can be easily highlighted. They are more costly but more durable and may obviate the need for a map case, though they are bulkier and heavier. The Outdoor Leisure map series and the Pathfinder map series have been integrated with the OS Explorer Map series.


Date Published
16/09/2015
Recommended Price
Map Scale
1:25,000
ISBN
9780319471784
 
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Paths Covered by this Map:

Cleveland Street Walk 13 km / 8 miles
Cleveland Way National Trail 171 km / 106 miles
Clough Walk 367 km / 228 miles
Durham Round 250 km / 155 miles
E-Route 2 UK Section - Middleton in Teesdale to Harwich 855 km / 531 miles
England Coast Path - Durham, Hartlepool and Sunderland 53 km / 33 miles
England Coast Path - Filey Brigg to Middlesbrough 108 km / 67 miles
England Coast Path - Newport Bridge, Middlesbrough To North Gare 16 km / 10 miles
Newlands Way 338 km / 210 miles
North Sea Trail (British North East Coast Section) 2000 km / 1243 miles
Samaritan Way 64 km / 40 miles
Tees Link 17 km / 11 miles
Teesdale Way 148 km / 92 miles
Wild Yorkshire Way 797 km / 495 miles

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