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Guidebook with 87 walks and scrambles on the Isle of Skye. Walks visit the most awe-inspiring scenery on Skye, including Sleat and South-East Skye, Strath, Minginish, Duirinish, Waternish, Trotternish and the Cuillin. Walks range from coastal walks to Munros with exposure for experienced scramblers. Includes history, geology and local information.
Guidebook to 44 varied day walks and over 100 summits in the Southern Uplands of Scotland, stretching south-west from Edinburgh to the English border, including the Galloway and Pentland Hills. Between 2 and 29km, there is something for all seasons and all abilities in remote and rugged hill country.
The Skye Trail is a week long backpacking route across the Isle of Skye. From Rubha Hunish in the north, the Skye Trail heads along the Trotternish Ridge and past the Cuillin to Broadford in the south, with an option to tackle Bla Bheinn en route. This is a challenging, unwaymarked route suitable for experienced backpackers and mountain walkers.
This guidebook to Jura, Scarba, Islay and Colonsay in the Hebrides contains route descriptions for 14 challenging day walks plus a 5-day 77km coastal walk on Jura. The day routes range from 5 to 30km and cover a multitude of rough terrain that is suitable for fit, competent walkers. Even the coastal walks offer challenges.
One of two guidebooks to walking Scotland's Munros, covering the southern, central and western Scottish Highlands, including Glencoe, Glen Shee, the Mamores and Mull. 139 mountains are explored in this guide, with detailed route descriptions of these magnificent peaks such as Ben Nevis, Lochaber, Ben More, Ben Alder and Aonach Mor and Creise.
Inspirational guidebook to 50 varied walking and backpacking routes on the Hebrides, featuring classics such as the Skye Cuillin and the Paps of Jura, but also many lesser-known routes on Jura, Scarba, Islay, Colonsay, Rum, Eigg, Canna, Muck, Coll, Tiree, Mull, Skye, Raasay, Harris, Lewis, Berneray, North Uist, South Uist, Barra and St Kilda.
A guidebook to 30 walks in the Angus Glens; north of Dundee and south of the Cairngorms. Covering the five Glens of Isla, Prosen, Clova, Lethnot and Esk with routes for competent walkers to explore remote upland areas. These walks will take you to Munro peaks, glacial valleys, craggy corries, forests and lochs, and treat you to fabulous views.
Walking guidebook to Highland Perthshire. Areas include Pitlochry, Rannoch, Aberfeldy, Ben Lawers and Ben Alder. The 80 graded routes between Stirling and the Cairngorms explore grassy green giants and include 42 Munros, 22 selected Corbetts, 15 smaller hills and the Gaick and Minigaig passes. Walks range in length and difficulty for all abilities.
Cycle the End to End route from Land's End to John o' Groats (LEJOG). This guidebook describes a 14-day cycle ride, largely on minor roads and cycle paths, avoinding the busier A roads. Includes detailed maps, profiles, all key grid refs and GPX files, listings of accommodation providers, and tips for first-time cycle tourers.
This guidebook describes two long-distance trails through Northumberland and the Borders. St Oswald's Way is 97 miles from Heavenfield, near Hadrian's Wall. St Cuthbert's Way is 62 miles from Melrose. Both routes pass through the Northumberland National Park and partially follow the Northumberland Coast Path to meet at Holy Island.
A guidebook for walking this long-distance trek through the Scottish Highlands from Fort William to Cape Wrath. The Cape Wrath Trail is a 200 mile, three-week challenge through wild and magnificent landscapes, such as Morar, Knoydart, Torridon and Assynt. Crossing such empty country, it is for the experienced backpacker only.
A handy guidebook to walking and backpacking in the Western Isles of Scotland on Rum, Eigg, Muck, Canna, Coll and Tiree including a tough 55km backpack around the coast of Rum, a circuit of the Rum Cuillin and an ascent of An Sgurr (Eigg). 16 routes across all the islands suitable for a range of abilities exploring coasts, mountains and wilderness.
A guidebook to walking on the Uists and Barra, in the Outer Hebrides - with 40 graded day walks on Berneray, North Uist, Grimsay, Benbecula, South Uist, Eriskay, Barra, Vatersay and Mingulay. Routes range from easy beach walks to mountainous excursions and explore rugged hills, awesome sea cliffs, moorland and lochs.
The guidebook describes walking routes up all 109 Corbetts north of the Great Glen (Scotland's 2500-2999ft mountains). From Ardgour to Cape Wrath including Knoydart, Applecross and Torridon, as well as Mull, Rum, Harris and Skye. For walkers who want interesting routes up these spectacular and lesser-known hills. Part of a two-volume set.
Walking the Corbetts describes routes up all 112 Scottish Corbetts (Scotland's 2500-2999ft mountains) south of the Great Glen, covering the Southern Uplands, Southern Highlands, Cairngorms, Jura and Arran. These Scottish hills are every bit as interesting as the Munros, and often clear when the Munros are in cloud.
Cycling in the Hebrides is a comprehensive guidebook of routes, day rides and suggested island cycle tours throughout the Inner and Outer Hebrides and the Firth of Clyde with ferry schedules and timings. Routes range from rides suitable for a weekend break to a challenging 600-mile tour covering the entire region.
This handy guidebook contains route descriptions for 11 day stages across a 150 mile coastline full of beautiful sandy beaches and secluded coves. The terrain varies from beach to open moorland and rocky trails but is suitable for any reasonably fit walker. The Ayrshire and Arran Coastal Paths offers long distance coastal walking at its finest.
A practical guidebook to the best winter climbing routes in the Cairngorms, on Creag Meagaidh noted for its classic ice climbs, Lochnagar and Braeriach. Routes include a wide range of grades, lengths and styles, from straightforward to exceptionally difficult. Scottish winter climbing is world renowned for its adventure and quality of experience.
A practical guidebook to the best winter climbing routes around Ben Nevis and Glen Coe, with over 900 buttresses, ridges and gullies described giving climbers a wide choice of grades and types. Scottish winter climbing is world renowned, nowhere is it better than on Ben Nevis, the peaks of Glen Coe and surrounding mountains.
The West Highland Way is one of the UK's finest long distance walks, but the path runs close to a busy main road and avoids the mountain tops. NOT The West Highland Way describes alternative routes over mountains, smaller hills or high passes to all but one of the Way's nine stages. With add-on day trips over Ben Lomond or Beinn Dorain.