South Downs Walking – On Kindle and Paperback Book

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Available online from Amazon UK / USA, as either a Kindle download or a full-colour paperback book.

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ISBN-10: 1537013831
ISBN-13: 978-1537013831
Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 2.1 x 27.9 cm

South Downs Walking is a collection of motivational locations, inspirational photos and wellbeing words from the soul. Follow my personal journey as I discover a love of hiking England and writing. Through the changing seasons I walk the ground, listening to the landscape.

Kithurst Hill, South Downs Rapeseed

Kithurst Hill, South Downs Rapeseed

Some of my favourite West Sussex and East Sussex South Downs Way hikes for all abilities. South Downs Walking is a collection of my photos, my route maps, my words and a great excuse to get outdoors and enjoy the fresh air. I hope you will enjoy the journey with me and my words and photos will inspire you to explore your local area on foot. Walking changes your view of the world, just looking down on the many quaint villages from the South Downs escarpment makes me realise how important nature and the outdoors is.

The South Downs Way, a famous national trail in Southern England, is over 100 miles long but combine that with the sheer number of “secondary” public footpaths and OS Map trails, and you can never run out of places to visit on foot. Thru-hikers, dog walkers, leisure ramblers already appreciate the beauty of the Downs. I hope this book will inspire you to visit some of the locations that I have walked. Charming villages, open hilltops, soaring coastal cliffs. The South Downs has it all, for walkers of all abilities. Day hikes, thru-hiking, a leisurely stroll with the dog.

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Hello, I’m Malcolm Oakley, a keen walker, leisure photographer and outdoors blogger. I'm lucky to have lived at the edge of the South Downs National Park, in West Sussex.

Living in Devon I am now walking the South West Coast Path and Dartmoor National Park with my Border Collie 'Dave'.

I hope you enjoy reading about my walks, look forward to reading your comments on the blog posts and YouTube videos. Please do get in touch.
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