Rock Trails South Wales

A hillwalker's guide to the geology and scenery

BY: Paul Gannon
ISBN: 978-1-906095-52-9
EDITION: first
FORMAT: 284 printed pages in full colour, 200mm x 140mm, paperback section sewn


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This book explains to the hillwalker, in easy to understand but accurate terms, how geology has shaped the landscape of South Wales. A selection of seventeen guided walks are used to illustrate this in terms of what can be seen on the ground.

The hills, valleys and coasts of South Wales are some of Britain’s most celebrated and iconic landscapes. The coasts of Gower and Pembroke, and the shapely peaks of the Brecon Beacons are especially popular. These varied landscapes reflect a highly

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Paul Gannon

Paul is a science and technology writer; he is author of the widely praised account of the birth of the electronic computer during World War II, Colossus: Bletchley Park’s Greatest Secret. He is a keen hillwalker and organises landscape walks in North and South Wales.


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