Ashley Hay reviews three books about walking

Author and walker Ashley Hay reviews three books about walking in the Weekend Australian Review magazine of 20-21 June:
A philosophy of walking by Frederic Gros
Born to walk: the transformative power of a pedestrian act by Dan Rubinstein
Nightwalking: a noctural history of London by Matthew Beaumont

The article on page 22 is titled “Foot notes” and is available online (though you may need to be a subscriber to read it) under the heading “Federic [sic] Gros, Matthew Beaumont, Dan Rubinstein: in all walks of life.”

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AussieWalk is a not-for-profit organisation, run entirely by volunteers, that hosts a number of walking events in Australia: * the annual Canberra Walking Festival * year round self-guided walks in Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Lakes Entrance, Bairnsdale, Albury/Wodonga and Adelaide (new in 2015) * group walks in Canberra and elsewhere This blog is to record the walking adventures of our AussieWalkers and to provide helpful tips and advice
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One Response to Ashley Hay reviews three books about walking

  1. Mark says:

    I can send a scanned copy to anyone interested.

    Mark Schipp

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