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Inspirational guidebook to 50 varied walking and backpacking routes in 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.
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Inspirational guidebook to walking in Scotland's Hebrides islands. 50 adventurous walks on well-known and remote islands; from Syke, Mull, Rum, the Uists and Barra, Ulva, Iona, Eigg and Muck and more besides. Most of the walks provide a full day for experienced walkers, with a few multi-day adventures as well as some shorter routes. The terrain is often rough, rugged and pathless, while waymarking and public transport can, in many places, be hard to find. The challenge of wild walking, and the self-reliance needed to discover the best of the Hebrides, make the islands all the more appealing for adventurous walkers.
The walks also include Hebrides classics, like the Skye and Rum Cuillins, the Paps of Jura and full circuits of smaller islands. Each walk combines clear route description with mapping and spectacular photography, while also advising on the route's facilities, public transport access, length and terrain. The result is a collection of the very best walks with which to uncover the wild and rugged beauty of the Hebrides.
We have belatedly spotted that the map for Walk 7 in this book shows the start/finish point at Glenbatrick Bay, whereas it should be at the other end of the route line, on the A846. Apologies for any confusion caused.
|People, language and culture|
|Plants and flowers|
|Getting to the islands|
|When to go|
|Access, camping and bothies|
|Safety and emergencies|
|What to take|
|Maps and route-finding|
|Using this guide|
|Walk 1 Rhuvaal and northwest coast|
|Walk 2 An Cladach and Beinn Bheigier|
|Walk 3 Ardnave Point|
|Walk 4 The west coast of Jura|
|Walk 5 The Paps of Jura|
|Walk 6 Ardlussa to Corpach Bay and Tràigh a’ Mhiadair|
|Walk 7 Evans’ Walk to Glenbatrick Bay (and return)|
|Walk 8 Cruach Scarba|
|Walk 9 South Colonsay Coast and Oronsay|
|Walk 10 Lower Kilchattan to Kiloran Bay|
|Walk 11 Garbh Eileach|
|Walk 12 Ben More|
|Walk 13 Beinn Talaidh via Glen Forsa|
|Walk 14 Carsaig Arches|
|Walk 15 Dùn da Ghaoithe|
|Walk 16 Ormaig and the south side|
|Walk 17 Around Iona|
|Walk 18 Coll’s western tip|
|Walk 19 Around the coast of east Tiree|
|Walk 20 Tiree’s west coast and three highest points|
|Walk 21 A Round of the Rum Cuillin|
|Walk 22 Kinloch to Harris Bay around the coast|
|Walk 23 The Guirdil Horseshoe|
|Walk 24 An Sgùrr and Grulin|
|Walk 25 Around the coast of Canna|
|Walk 26 Gallanach Bay and Beinn Arien|
|Walk 27 The Beinn Deargs|
|Walk 28 Marsco|
|Walk 29 Blà Bheinn|
|Walk 30 Elgol to Camasunary|
|Walk 31 Loch Coruisk|
|Walk 32 Bruach na Frithe|
|Walk 33 Glen Ollisdal, Idrigill Point and Macleod’s Maidens|
|Walk 34 The Trotternish Ridge traverse|
|Walk 35 Dùn Caan, Hallaig and the southern coast|
|Walk 36 The Barra watershed|
|Walk 37 Hecla, Beinn Mhòr and South Uist’s wild east coast|
|Walk 38 Eaval|
|Walk 39 Around the Udal peninsula|
|Walk 40 Around Berneray|
|Harris and Lewis|
|Walk 41 Roineabhal and Rodel|
|Walk 42 The Clisham Horseshoe|
|Walk 43 North Harris mountains and moorland wilderness backpack|
|Walk 44 Huiseabhal Mòr, Oireabhal and Huiseabhal Beag|
|Walk 45 Circuit of Tòdun from Urgha|
|Walk 46 The Uig Hills|
|Walk 47 Uig Hills and coast backpack|
|Walk 48 West side coastal path|
|Walk 49 Tolstadh to Port Nis heritage walk|
|Walk 50 The hills and sea cliffs of Hirta|
|Appendix A Route summary table|
|Appendix B Glossary|
|Appendix C Useful contacts|
|Appendix D Further reading|