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Outdoor Magazines & Books

Discover our range of Outdoor Magazines & Outdoor Books. Stocking brilliant outdoor literature such as Pocket Mountains, Norwegian wood and the Bushcraft Magazine.
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Pocket Mountains - Ayrshire

With its long sandy beaches and rolling green hills, ancient castles and grand country estates, Ayrshire is a great place to explore on foot.
£6.99

Pocket Mountains - Northern delights

From colourful seaside curiosities and much-loved local landmarks to iconic architectural oddities and shops, museums and visitor attractions frozen in time, Anne Ward’s illuminating Northern Delights celebrates the unusual and quirky gems of the North of England often overlooked by the less-discerning tourist.
£6.99

Pocket Mountains - Southern Lakes

The Lake District is England’s pre-eminent National Park. Nowhere else is the pattern of mountain, wood and water so compactly and harmoniously arranged. Nowhere else is so artfully entwined within a network of paths or cast in raw beauty. As a place to explore on foot it is unique.
£6.99

Pocket Mountains - Northern Lakes

The first in a two-book series exploring the Lake District, featuring 40 shorter walks, most under 10km, traversing the history and landscape of the Northern Lakes.
£6.99

Pocket Mountains - Yorkshire Dales

The Yorkshire Dales combine a wild limestone landscape of high rolling moorland gouged by dramatic caves and cascading waterfalls with peaceful farmland carpeted in wildflowers and dotted with ruined abbeys, ancient stone walls and barns, and timeless villages waiting to be discovered.
£6.99

Pocket Mountains - Oban and North Argyll

The Pocket Mountains guides are handy and easy to carry booklets offering short and sweet descriptions of walks and hikes across Scotland, England and Wales. Perfectly sized to pop in your pocket or backpack, these guides are a fun and easy way to enjoy the outdoors.

£6.99

Pocket Mountains - Arran

Lying between the Kintyre Peninsula and the Ayrshire coast, the Isle of Arran is a wonderful microcosm of the Scottish mainland.
£6.99

Pocket Mountains - North York Moors

Designated a National Park in 1952, the North York Moors include the largest area of heather upland in England, rising from the Vale of York and continuing to the North Sea coast where dramatic cliffs expose the geology that shaped this unique environment.
£6.99

Pocket Mountains - Perthshire

Straddling the Highlands and Lowlands, Perthshire is at the very heart of Scotland and is one of the most popular regions for lovers of the great outdoors.
£6.99

Pocket Mountains - Loch Ness, Inverness, Black Isle and Affric

Loch Ness, with its legendary monster, is the most famous of all lochs. It holds more water than all the lakes of England and Wales combined and the countryside around it features an equally great variety of walks, with more waymarked trails and easy routes suitable for families than many other parts of the Highlands.
£6.99

Pocket Mountain - Loch Lomond and the Trossachs

The Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park ensures protection for what is not only Britain’s largest freshwater expanse but also one of its most celebrated. West of Loch Lomond are the steep Arrochar Alps towering above Loch Long, while to the east are the Trossachs – a delightful landscape of forests, lochs and hills with easy access from the visitor hubs of Aberfoyle and Callander.
£6.99

Pocket Mountains - Isle of Skye

The Isle of Skye (or An t-Eilean Sgitheanach in its native Gaelic tongue) occupies an almost mythical place in the minds of many Scots. Romantic castles, magnificent seascapes, the alpine peaks of the Cuillin Ridge and scattered white crofters’ cottages, the island has all these and more.
£6.99

Pocket Mountains Guide Books

The Pocket Mountains guides are handy and easy to carry booklets offering short and sweet descriptions of walks and hikes across Scotland, England and Wales. Perfectly sized to pop in your pocket or backpack, these guides are a fun and easy way to enjoy the outdoors.
£6.99

Pocket Mountains - Aviemore and the Cairngorms

The Cairngorms are Britain’s largest National Park, a place where mountains rise in a wilderness of high plateaux, deep corries and empty glens. But the vast tracts of surviving Caledonian 
forest, sparkling lochs, heather moors and tumbling rivers also make it fantastic walking country for those who prefer a gentler pace.
£6.99

Pocket Mountains - Orkney

Sitting just off the north coast of Scotland, between the Atlantic and the North Sea, Orkney is probably the only place where, in the space of a single day, you can walk along a golden beach with seabirds and seals, clamber over wartime ruins, descend into ancient tombs or wander around a house that is older than the Pyramids.
£6.99

Pocket Mountains - Kingdom of Fife

‘Fareweel, Bonny Scotland, I’m awa’ tae Fife!’ goes the old saying of Fifers, proud of their philosophical as well as geographical independence. It may be a small Kingdom – barely fifty miles at its widest point – but from the grand architecture of St Andrews and Dunfermline to the stone harbours of the East Neuk fishing villages, and from the rolling farmland and gentle hills of the north and west to the rocky bays and sandy beaches of the south and east coast, there is much to be proud of.
£6.99

Pocket Mountains - Pentland Hills

Think of East Lothian and Midlothian and a low-lying, predominantly rural landscape may well spring to mind, yet the Pentland Hills, just south of Edinburgh, rise to nearly 600m in height and provide some of the finest hillwalking in Scotland with wonderful views from the summits.
£6.99

The Art of Fire

Fire can fascinate, inspire, capture the imagination and bring families and communities together. The Art of Fire is a perfect book to learn the finer points of making camp fires. The ability to quickly start a fire can literally save your life and the Art of Fire is the only book you will need to learn how to start fires in a wide range of scenarios.
£19.95

Proper Adventure

The Proper Adventure journal, designed and printed in Scotland, features the stories of inspirational people from around the globe.
£9.95

Bushcraft and Survival Skills Magazine

Welcome to the U.K.'s first glossy magazine dedicated to Bushcraft and written by experts.

£5.95

Norwegian Wood

Whether you are a seasoned woodcutter, or your passion is yet to be kindled, Norwegian Wood is the perfect fireside read. ISBN No. 978-0-85705-255-1
£20.00
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