Wild Trail: Hiking and Camping by Neil Champion


Wild Trail: Hiking and Camping by Neil Champion

Hiking and walking have always been popular pursuits. Our planet is so beautiful that sometimes the only way to truly appreciate it is by getting out there and experiencing it for yourself. Whether you want to walk for a day or even for weeks, this book explores exactly what you will need to get started in this exciting pursuit. From protective clothing and the basic equipment, to joining a hiking club, navigation skills or even planning adventures of your own. You'll find everything you need to get out there and enjoy walking! You'll need to stay safe too, so there is plenty of advice about how to minimise the risks and an emphasis on making sure you never venture out if you are not fit enough or are without the right equipment. This book also takes a look at some of the world's best hiking spots and tells the amazing survival stories of some famous (and not so famous) adventurers. Part of the six book series Adventure Outdoors. An action-packed introduction to some of the most popular outdoor pursuits. Suitable for KS2-3.

About the Author

Neil Champion is an experienced writer and editor of children's books.

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32 pages


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Publication date

12th June 2014



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