Weatherman Walking - The Welsh Coast
Awdur: Derek Brockway, Julia Foot
Dyddiad Cyhoeddi: 10 Mehefin 2021
Cyhoeddwr: Y Lolfa
Fformat: Clawr Meddal, 210x120 mm, 160 tudalen
♥ Llyfr Saesneg y Mis: Gorffennaf 2021
Casgliad o 15 taith gerdded (4-9 milltir o hyd) ar hyd Llwybr Arfordir Cymru yr ymgymerodd Derek Brockway â hwy yn ystod ei 12fed cyfres 'Weatherman Walking', ac a ddarlledwyd gan y BBC yn ystod gwanwyn 2019. Mae pob taith yn cynnwys map, cyfarwyddiadau, ffotograffau hardd o'r golygfeydd a gwybodaeth ddifyr am fannau o ddiddordeb a nodweddion arbennig ar hyd y daith.
Darparwyd yr isod gan y Cyhoeddwr:
List of walks
Abereiddy to Whitesands (Pembrokeshire)
Abersoch to Llanbedrog (Llŷn Peninsula)
Llanbedrog to Pwllheli (Llŷn Peninsula)
Beaumaris to Trwyn Du (Anglesey)
Trwyn Du to Red Wharf Bay (Anglesey)
Fall Bay to Port Eynon (Gower)
Port Eynon to Oxwich Bay (Gower)
Porthcawl to Merthyr Mawr (Glamorgan Heritage Coast)
Merthyr Mawr to Southerdown (Glamorgan Heritage Coast)
Saundersfoot to Amroth (Pembrokeshire)
Amroth to Pendine Sands (Pembrokeshire)
Talacre to Prestatyn (Flintshire/Denbighshire)
Prestatyn to Rhyl Marina (Denbighshire)
Ynyslas to Borth (Ceredigion)
Borth to Aberystwyth (Ceredigion)
BBC weatherman Derek Brockway is a Welsh national treasure, much loved by the public. He has published three other successful books of walks connected to his TV series: 'Weatherman Walking', 'More Weatherman Walks' and 'Great Welsh Walks'. He comes from Barry Island.
Wales is known for its stunning scenery and is always popular with walkers. Our breathtaking coastline is one of our greatest assets. This book contains 15 guided walks along the Wales Coast Path, as undertaken by BBC Wales’ beloved weatherman Derek Brockway in Series 12 of the BBC’s Weatherman Walking. Each walk is between 4 and 8 miles long and the book covers sections of the coastal path all around Wales. Some are an easy stroll, and others involve more challenging climbs – though the views at the top will be worth it! For each one, there is an OS route map, a handy ‘Essential information’ panel and clear, easy-to-understand directions. There are also lots of interesting snippets on landmarks and local history, as well as about unusual activities or people from the area that Derek came across in the related TV episode. The photos of the gorgeous vistas you’ll see on each route are sure to have you itching to put your boots on and get walking.
The 8 long walks from the series, around 12–16 miles in length, are divided into 15 shorter walks between 4 and 8 miles long, making them more accessible to less experienced walkers, with a note that the second walk of each pair could be done as a direct continuation of the first by more committed walkers.