Reviews of Cleveland Way

The reviews below refer to "Cleveland Way" published by Rucksack Readers. To find out more about this book, click on its cover or Look inside its pages or visit its Gallery.

Reviewed by an online blog

This Rucksack Readers book maintains their high standards. The pages on Heritage are good with a fine section on the geology of the area and the iron and alum which were mined in the areas through which the path passes. The illustrations are superb and there are 90 colour photos which means that on completion you can refresh your memory of the walk. I particularly like the section on the History of the Cleveland Way which highlights the work of the pioneers as much of the walk has been used from the early days of leisure walking in England.

In future l will be using this guide when on the Cleveland Way ... because l like this book which has all the information that l need in a compact format which can be easily used on windy days.

From an online blog called Bill's Walks.

Comment by W R Mitchell

I knew Alan Falconer and Bill Cowley, both authors of guides to the Cleveland Way. Bill Cowley wrote a regular monthly piece for the Dalesman and we climbed one or two Yorkshire hills together. I've visited and written about virtually all the places mentioned in your new guidebook. I am greatly impressed by its facts, figures and presentation of the Cleveland Way.

Bill Mitchell, who for 40 years was editor of The Dalesman

Email comment by the Trail Manager

The guide is a testament to excellent research, writing and photography.

Malcolm Hodgson, Trail Manager

Printed book £10.99

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The Cleveland Way is one of England's oldest and best-loved National Trails. It runs for 108 miles (174 km) around the North York Moors National Park, starting inland at… more about Cleveland Way »