Book Review – Wild Swimming: 300 hidden dips in the rivers, lakes and waterfalls of Britain By

Daniel Start has just released the second edition of his ever popular guide book; Wild Swimming: 300 hidden dips in the rivers, lakes and waterfalls of Britain.

Brimming with delightful dips and exciting plunges it makes essential reading for those keen to make the most of the British summer. Whether you plan to spend a day in the water or just to visit a swimming hole whilst travelling, the easy to use maps and descriptions will put the wild swimming experience easily within reach.


This new edition contains twice as many inland swims as its predecessor with 300 dips to cater for every taste. Especially useful is the postcode section enabling wild swimmers to type a location into their Sat Nav, confident that they will waste no time and avoid disappointment on their voyages of discovery.


The book includes a brief history of the sport revealing its connection with artists, poets and literary giants of the past. Safety advice and practical tips inspire confidence on this guided tour of adventures. Children will especially love the waterfalls, jumps and natural waterslides.


Retailing at £16.99 this full colour guide including 400 pictures and 6 maps is worth every penny, even so Amazon have wasted no time in offering the book for the bargain price of just £10.87

Get your hands on a copy by entering our competition. Simply email: wildswimmingcompetition@hotmail.co.uk with your name and address before July 31st to have your name entered into the draw.*

If you just can’t wait to start planning your summer of swimming then hurry along to your local bookshop and dip into the latest that ‘Wild Things Publishing’ has to offer.

Take a closer look at: http://issuu.com/wildswimming/docs/wildswimmingnew/1

*Only one entry per address, duplicate email or home address entries may be disqualified. The winner will be notified within 7 days and receive their book direct from Wild Things Publishing Ltd.

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