Walking & Cycling Maps from Roger Lascelles
Cycling in the New Forest. Image courtesy of Cyclexperience www.cyclex.co.uk
Our popular series of walking maps are aimed at helping families, holidaymakers and seasoned walkers alike explore
some of the loveliest corners of England. The maps currently cover East Anglia, Dorset and the New Forest, and the range is
expanding all the time.
Based on Ordnance Survey cartography under licence, each map features a selection of walks, ranging from around three
to nine miles, which take in the highlights of each area, from windswept coastal walks and trails through nature reserves
to forest rambles and walks in the footsteps of famous people.
The maps also show local footpaths as well as highlighting places of interest and nearby tourist attractions, while the
reverse of each map includes detailed route descriptions together with useful information on what to see and do in the area.
In addition, we now publish cycle maps of the New Forest, the Isle of Wight and the scenic Purbeck area of Dorset. Each map features a selection of
easy to follow routes shown on Ordnance Survey scale linked mapping. All the routes have been recommended and researched by
local cycle operators and are suitable for families as well as those in search of a longer, more challenging ride, while the
maps also show the full network of signposted cycle paths and bridleways, allowing you to join routes together or create your
own routes as you wish.
Click HERE to see our full range of UK walking & cycling maps.
And if you're after some walking adventures further afield? We fell in love with the range of detailed trekking maps produced by
Italian cartographer Litografia Artistica Cartografica. Click HERE to see our selection.
"As a university researcher in geography, I have always found your maps
to be excellent companions on walks and forays
around the country. Their clear, accessible format makes them easy to use,
while their level of detail keeps the explorer interested in his or her
surroundings. They're a pleasure to use, and affordable enough for lecturers
and students alike." Dr Benjamin Morris, Open University