| Terror and the Scenic Coast
By Graeme Barrow
There are many extraordinary scenes to be viewed on the 40 walking tracks described in this book between Batemans Bay and Green Cape, south of Eden. The coastline is grimly impressive in places, serene in others. There are sharp-edged rock platforms and forbidding cliffs, curving white beaches and beautiful lakes and lagoons. Inland, beyond the shore, there are lofty mountains where trails take you as high as the peaks. Patches of rainforest add diversity to the immense eucalypt forests up and down the coast. The author combines a love of walking and his fascination with history to bring you this informative and functional guide book.
Each walk has comprehensive track notes, access information, distance from Canberra, walk distances, estimated time allowance, grading and contact details for further information. Maps are clear, easy to read with a contours and a legend; however, the author states the maps are not intended for navigation, but also provides details on topographic maps or other maps to take with you.
76 Pages 210mm X 150mm 2004
Out of print
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