Walking in Torridon, Fisherfield, Fannichs and An Teallach
Including the ridges of Beinn Alligin, Liathach and Beinn Eighe
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Guidebook describing 50 walks and easy scrambles in north-western Scotland, covering north and south Torridon, Fisherfield Forest and the Fannichs and ranging from popular low-level hikes to serious mountain traverses. Numerous Munros feature, with Liathach, Beinn Eighe, Beinn Alligin and An Teallach among the highlights.
SeasonsThe walks are suitable for spring to autumn, and in winter if there is no snow on the mountains. In snow conditions mountaineering experience and equipment is required.
CentresLochcarron, Applecross, Achnasheen, Kinlochewe, Torridon, Shieldaig, Gairloch, Ullapool
DifficultyThe walks are suitable for spring to autumn, and in winter if there is no snow on the mountains. In snow conditions mountaineering experience and equipment is required.
Must SeeThis is a hillwalkers book so the main attractions are the mountains. Major peaks: Liathach, An Teallach, Beinn Eighe, Beinn Alligin, Slioch. 27 Munros, 20 Corbetts, 14 Grahams. Lochs: Carron, Torridon, Maree, Fionn, Fada, Fannich, Broom. The Moine Thrust geological feature.
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Chris Townsend is an outdoor writer and photographer whose 25 books include Scotland in Cicerone's World Mountain ranges series, the award-winning The Backpacker's Handbook; Rattlesnakes and Bald Eagles, the story of his hike along the 2600-mile Pacific Crest Trail; The Munros and Tops, an account of his continuous round of all the 3000ft summits in Scotland – the first time this walk has been done; and Along the Divide, the story of his walk along the Scottish watershed. A passionate long-distance walker, Chris's other epic walks include the 3100-mile Continental Divide Trail, the 1200-mile Pacific Northwest Trail, the 800-mile Arizona Trail, 1600 miles along the whole length of the Canadian Rockies (another first), 1000 miles south–north through the Yukon Territory and 1300 miles south-north through Norway and Sweden.View author profile
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