Swimhiking in the Lake District and North East England

features thirty two routes in the Lake District with advice on swimhiking across more than fifty lakes and tarns in the national park. A further twelve routes in North East England describe swimhiking around historic sites such as Durham Cathedral, Hadrian’s Wall and Holy Island. It also provides the definitive account of the Frog Graham Round.

The second edition of the book by Peter Hayes is now 216 pages long, with numerous B&W maps and illustrations. This second edition comes in a paperback with a blue cover and is priced at £9.99. You can find it on sale at several online booksellers, including both Waterstones and Foyles. It is available from Amazon (where if it is out of stock you can buy it new from other sellers). You can also buy it here, for £9.99 (postage included in the price) using the Buy Now button below.



If you are in the Lake District, you can buy the book off the shelf from Fred's Ambleside Bookshop.
In its review, The Fellrunner magazine (Autumn 2008) described the book as ‘delightfully eccentric and whimsical’, and concluded that ‘the world needs a book like this’. If you have a copy, why not write a review yourself and post it online?

The first edition of Swim hiking in the Lake District may sometimes be available second hand, including via Amazon. You can also read the first edition on Kindle.

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NEWS FLASH! Public Lecture:
‘Swimhiking, Politics and Property’
Friday 30 Sept. 6-8pm
At the People’s Bookshop, Saddler’s Yard,
Off Saddler St, Durham.
All Welcome. Please
if you wish to come.