New Joe Jackson Walking Guides

Earlier in the year we launched Joe Jackson’s walking guides to the Northern Broads and Southern Broads and they have become some of our best selling books around the Broads area.  The guides are beautifully produced, well illustrated with Joe’s own photographs and have excellent walking directions.

Over several years Joe has produced guides to many of the long distance paths in our area, and he is now updating and revising these.  In addition to the directions for long distance walkers, he has added a number of circular day walks along the routes of the paths for walkers who prefer to dip in and out of the trails, or just select the best bits.

And if you would like a preview of any of the walks, follow the links below to find Joe’s short films taken along the routes.  Joe is multi-talented and when he is not walking, filming and producing books, he manages to fit in his day job as a paramedic!

A Walking in the Wild Guide

A guide to the Wherryman’s Way, a superb 38 mile long riverside walk linking the city of Norwich to the coastal town of Great Yarmouth.
AuthorJoe Jackson
Format:Paperback
Dimensions:21cm x 14.8cm
Pages:67
Publisher:Walking in the Wild
ISBN:9781739345891
Year:2023
RRP:£6.99

A Walking in the Wild Guide

A guide to the Stour Valley Path, a lovely 62 mile long distance trail that begins Newmarket and follows the catchment area of the River Stour.
AuthorJoe Jackson
Format:Paperback
Dimensions:21cm x 14.8cm
Pages:109
Publisher:Walking in the Wild
ISBN:9781739345839
Year:2023
RRP:£9.99

A Walking in the Wild Guide

A guide to the St Edmund Way, an 80 mile long distance walk that begins at Manningtree and ends at Brandon, and includes 18 circular walks along the route.
AuthorJoe Jackson
Format:Paperback
Dimensions:21cm x 14.8cm
Pages:127
Publisher:Walking in the Wild
ISBN:9781739345822
Year:2023
RRP:£10.99

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