40-Mile Downloadable Versions of the ACW Green Book
Issue 1 Update now available to
copies : Files printed and in a weeks time
copies will be posted to all who have
registered for Challenge 2018
: Subject: ACW Green
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of contents : (File Size)
- note that these are
New 18 A4 page version
2017 Issue 1
Each page of the 18 contains Map and Directions for one map +
One A4 cover sheet with Cover & Copyright &
(PDF 2.2 MB)
New 44 A4 page version
2017 Issue 1
HighRes : Front & back covers, 6 introduction and
notes pages, 18 maps and 18 Route Direction
(PDF 5.9 MB)
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again for updates when necessary!
Individual Page Downloads
Links to individual "Map and Directions" pages for one map
can be downloaded from Footpath
Updates web page, which will also include update
versions for latest book needed.
Print or Buy a book?
If you want a copy of the full book, it will probably be cheaper
to buy. The printed version will be printed from a higher
resolution file and on a higher resolution printer, and
therefore a better buy.
Printing your own is better if all you want is the latest update
of one Map, or want an urgent delivery or if you want a custom
Guide to use of ACW-18-A4-page-version*.pdf file
- The first 18 pages are Maps 1 to 18, with the directions and
maps on the same sheet, and if printed on an A4 sheet look like
the Green Book opened at the map in use.
- Print just the page(s) you want, single sided, if you are
using them for checking out that part of the 40-mile route.
Scribble on them any observations, using the back if you want to
write a longer essay or sketch a detail on the map which might
- Print all 18 pages, then file them in pairs back to back and
put in 9 "punched plastic pockets", tie together with string and
use as a map-case for your 40 mile walk. If your printer is
an ink-jet type, it is best to spray each with fixative (e.g.
Giant INK-JET Fixative Spray MATT) - this will make them more
- As above, but print double sided the way round you
prefer. This saves paper and weight, especially if you use a
heavier weight paper in order to make it more stable.
- Print page 19 on stiffer card, put in a tenth "punched plastic
pocket" to make a cover for your map-case.
- Adapt above thoughts to your own preferences - or because you
have found a better use (let us know, and we'll add your idea to
Guide to use of ACW-44-A4-page Green Book *.pdf files
This is the complete 44 A4 pages, which you can print as
individual A4 pages, or whatever your printer, software and
ingenuity can handle.
A popular use is to print an A4 copy of Directions and another A4
copy of the map. For a detailed survey this gives more space
to write on the map, and two blank sides to write an
even longer essay or better sketch of detail on the map which
might need improving.
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