Win Your Basket competition. Place an order for a chance to win a full refund.

Walking the Munros Vol 1 - Southern, Central and Western Highlands

By Steve Kew

Pre-order - Publishing 15 June 2021

This book is available to pre-order. Payment will be taken upfront and your book will be despatched from our warehouse as soon as it becomes available around the 15 June 2021.

Notify me

Enter your email address to be notified when this title becomes available.

Guidebook to walking the Munros in southern, central and western Highlands. Describes 69 challenging routes across 139 of the iconic 3000ft+ mountains covering areas such as Glencoe, Bridge of Orchy and Mull. Includes routes up Ben More, Ben Alder, Ben Lomond and Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British Isles. Volume 1 of two guidebooks.

Seasons

The guide is intended for summer hillwalkers (usually April/May to October in Scotland). In winter conditions the routes become more serious mountaineering expeditions requiring appropriate skills, equipment and experience.

Centres

Arrochar, Crianlarich, Killin, Pitlochry, Tyndrum, Glencoe, Fort William, Spean Bridge, Dalwhinnie, Braemar, Glenshee

Difficulty

Most of the Munros are straightforward walks but some involve ridge walking, scrambling, river crossing and, in one or two instances, climbing. Route difficulties are clearly described with an indication of the skills needed, although an ability to navigate and to adjust plans in light of prevailing weather is assumed.

Must See

69 routes in Glencoe, Glen Shee and the southern Cairngorms, the Mamores, Mull, Ben Alder, Ben Nevis and the Aonachs, Schiehallion, Ben Lawers, Ben Lomond and the 'Arrochar Alps'. The routes take you to Loch Tay, Loch Ericht, Loch Etive, Loch Lyon, Loch Lomond, Loch Earn, Loch Leven and others.
ISBN
9781786311054
Availability
Not Yet Published
Available
15 Jun 2021
Edition
Fourth
Pages
272
Size
17.2 x 11.6 x 1.6cm
Overview
Table of Contents
Updates
Reviews
Downloads
Kew

Steve Kew

Steve Kew is a freelance journalist and keen mountaineer. He started climbing in 1970, and since then has walked and climbed extensively in the Himalayas, Alps and the mountain ranges of Britain. He currently lives in southwest Scotland, and is an active member of the Galloway Mountain Rescue Team and the Mountain Rescue Committee. His previous writing includes three books, many articles for newspapers and magazines, and radio drama for the BBC.

View author profile