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Scottish Canyoning

Pesda Press is pleased to announce that Danny Watts is in the process of writing a guidebook called Scottish Canyoning. Danny is the Head Guide for Vertical Descents and a Canyoning Teacher for the UKCG (UK Canyon Guides).

Reprint of Climbing Games

I know it’s a bit pervy but I love the smell of a newly printed book! There may be the odd delay but everything is still working for Pesda Press. Today I received the advance copies of a reprint of Climbing Games. Don’t rush out and buy it if you already have it – it’s only a reprint as we have nearly run out of stock.

New Author from the Lake District

Pesda Press are delighted to announce that we have signed up Lake District author and mountaineering instructor Graham Uney. He is writing Nature of the Lake District which will join the series alongside Nature of Snowdonia by Mike Raine and Nature of the Brecon Beacons by Kevin Walker.
He is also writing Walking the Wainwrights. A guide to walking the Wainwrights in the high fells of the Lake District.

Paddlemore in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs

Pesda Press is delighted to announce that we have signed up two new authors Grant Dolier (left) and Tom (Moose) Kilpatrick. Work is well underway and we are at the editing stage. Publication is likely to be end of summer early Autumn this year.
“Our ethos is simple; more people, more paddling, more often.
Rather than limiting you to one discipline, we have focused on all options within the national park. Whether you want hardcore white water, multi day touring trips or a relaxing afternoon exploring sheltered water with your family you’ll find all that and much more in this book.
This ‘much more’ element includes those make or break aspects of many trips;. Included within this guide are such key factors as where to get a good coffee, bacon roll, or somewhere to stay with a hot fire and a cold drink. We have also tried to include relevant, interesting information, stories, and tips from our many years of exploring the park.“
Whether you use a SUP (standup paddle board), kayak sit on top, or open canoe this guide is for you!