Country Walking October 2017£4.30
In this issue:
The Old Ways! What will you find on Britain’s ancient paths?
- Drovers’ Roads of Snowdonia
- Smugglers on the Yorkshire coast
- Pilgrims’ way to Canterbury
- Scotland’s living mountain
- And more…
INSIDE! 27 great new walks to enjoy! Easy to follow, cut-out & carry routes with real os maps
My first Mountain! – First-time hillwalkers share what they learned
Walk behind a waterfall – Discover a magical place behind a sparkling curtain
A forest reborn – 30 years after the great storm
Walk on location – Where the films you love were shot
Soft shell & gillet test – Warmth without the swelter of waterproofs
PLUS Robert Macfarlane – ‘Humans have always been walkers’
Lonely Planet Traveller August 2017£4.20
In this issue:
Your new favourite islands- European summer escapes from Croatia to Sicily.
Treehouse or palace? Our guide to the worlds most unusual places to stay!
Off the radar: why the Faroes won’t stay hidden for long
Bali and Lombok – all you need to plan the ultimate tropical trip.
New look! Mini guides:
- Eating in Paris
- Best of Norfolk
- Coastal Andalucia
- Vintage New York
Your chance to win! A dream holiday to South Africa worth £5,000
BBC Focus: Earth From Above£9.99
The latest issue in the BBC Focus magazine collection is here! Earth From Above shows you our planet as you’ve never seen it before. Take a tour of Earth from the air and explore the world through incredible images.
Whether you’ve travelled the world in person, or from an armchair via a good book, or the remote control, you’re unlikely to have ever seen Earth like in this special issue of BBC Focus magazine.
It’s through these images that we begin to understand the true magnitude of our engineering achievements, and also the impact of our species on the planet.
Astronaut Jim Lovell summed it up well after he returned from orbiting the moon in 1968: “The moon is nothing but shades of grey and darkness. But the Earth – you could see the deep blues of the seas, the whites of the clouds, the salmon pink and brown of the land masses.” At one point on Lovell’s trip, the Earth was so far away that he could cover the whole globe with his thumb: “I realised how insignificant we all are if everything i’d ever known is behind my thumb.”
Prepare to be amazed…
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