These are not guidebooks about which path to follow or what hills to climb, these are books that cover the management and development of outdoor access.
Publications are grouped by subject area and then by decade.
Each entry follows the same layout and is organised thus:
Author, (Year of publication), Title, Publisher, followed by a paragraph about the book. This may be the advertising paragraph from the book cover or a short review.
Where possible a weblink is included, but some of the publications are not available online so you will need to use your favourite bookseller to get a copy. Some are no longer in print so you may need to go to a real bricks and mortar library to find a copy.
This handbook is for conservation volunteers and path workers who are involved in the design, construction, maintenance and repair of footpaths. It contains everything you need to know about path work – the history of paths and tracks, the law, how to design a path, construct a path, deal with drainage and what surfacing to choose. The handbooks goes into further detail about path features, like boardwalks, bridges, steps, stiles and gates, as well as how to deal with erosion and vegetation. This book has been kept up-to-date and is now available online along with all the other TCV handbooks.
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