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Making Tracks in the Lake District fun walks for children

Making Tracks in the Lake District


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Making Tracks in the Lake District fun walks for children

10 enjoyable walks for children around the Lake District, with child-friendly instructions and illustrations

£10.80 Was: £12.00

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Are we there yet? I'm tired! Can we stop now? 

There's nothing better than introducing youngsters to the great outdoors. Unfortunately, the youngsters don't always agree - their little legs have to work twice as hard as ours - which means family walks aren't always 100% relaxing. 

Thank goodness Joanne Wright created Making Tracks! 

Making Tracks in the Lake District is a collection of 10 family friendly walks aimed at encouraging children to take the lead when you're out and about in the lakes. 

With easy-to-follow instructions, child-friendly illustrated maps, and loads of things to look for, Making Tracks is so appealing to children that they'll be dragging you out for walks! 

Finally, each walk is printed in a separate booklet to lighten the load and the pack includes an introductory booklet to give you all the information you need about each walk - winner! 

Making Tracks is suitable for children aged 6 - 11

Key features
  • Easy-to-follow instructions
  • Child-friendly illustrated maps
  • Pack contains: 10 walking booklets, 1 introductory booklet
  • Suitable for children aged 6 -11
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Origin: United Kingdom

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