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All our ebooks from Good Walking Books are easy to read. They include plenty of images and maps to help you with your future journeys. The ebooks are easy to download as we send you a link after purchase.

Le Puy to Conques, walking in France - ebooks from Good Walking Books

Le Puy to Conques

THIS section of the great pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela has been called “the most picturesque and interesting section in France”, and the hiking trail begins in the historic city of Le Puy-en-Velay.

Offa's Dyke, walking in Wales - ebooks from Good Walking Books

Offa’s Dyke

The Offa’s Dyke Path is an amazing journey along the Anglo-Welsh border. Wales is the Celtic land of mystery, myth and magic. It has been host to mighty wizards and legendary kings, and is still a wondrous place to visit.

Travelling the Road to Rome, walking in Europe - ebooks from Good Walking Books

Via Francigena

The Via Francigena is an ancient journey across the backbone of Europe. We travel along one of the most historic and longest pilgrimage paths. The Way begins in Canterbury and makes its way to Dover.

Exploring Historic Tasmania - ebooks from Good Walking Books

Historic Tasmania

This eBook is our invitation to you to set forth and explore Australia’s wild and fascinating island state. This companion guide will help you familiarize yourself with the historical and cultural aspects of Colonial Tasmania, once known as Van Diemen’s Land.

Camino Journeys, Spain - ebooks from Good Walking Books

Camino Journeys

This section of the Santiago pilgrimage begins in the historic city of Léon and covers a total distance of 300km to Santiago, a classic medieval city with its cathedral as its focus. We stay in old towns and villages, cross Roman bridges, enjoy regional foods and churches.

Torres Del Paine, walking in Patagonia - ebooks from Good Walking Books

Torres del Paine

The Torres del Paine National Park is one of the most spectacular national parks in Chile. We set out on ‘The W’ – a five day walk amongst snow-capped mountain peaks along clearly marked paths and many refugios which provide food, shelter and basic services.

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