West Highland Way

By Jacquetta Megarry

Format: Multiple Formats

The West Highland Way is Scotland's premier long-distance walk, running 96 miles (155 km) from Glasgow to Fort William. This waterproof guidebook, fully revised for 2011, explains how to plan and enjoy your holiday. It includes route description; background on Loch Lomond, history and wildlife; a route map (1:100,000); and 70 colour photographs.

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Rucksack Readers

Rucksack Readers are guidebooks to some of the finest long-distance walks in the world. With 60-80 colour photographs each they make great souvenirs, and because they are field-tested and updated regularly they are reliable companions.

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The West Highland Way is Scotland's most popular long-distance walk, running 96 miles (155 km) from Glasgow, Scotland's largest city, through its first National Park, across the western Highlands to the foot of its highest mountain, Ben Nevis. This is the fourth, fully revised edition of the popular rucksack-friendly guidebook and includes the "extra mile" into Fort William. It contains all you need to plan and enjoy one of the world's finest walks. This book: includes detailed route description; offers background on Loch Lomond, history and wildlife; has a map of the entire route in 6 drop-down panels (1:100,000); provides practical information about transport and travel; is lavishly illustrated, with 70 colour photographs; and is printed on waterproof paper.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Format Multiple Formats
Imprint Rucksack Readers
Publication Date 8 Feb 2011
SKU 9781898481416-grouped
Number of Pages 64

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When walking the West Highland Way, this book was my bible. With its drop-down map, lots of information on history, geology and wildlife and masses of photos, it's all you need in one handy package. The waterproof paper is a great idea. I've used my book twice in all weathers (in 2003 and 2007), and it's still in good condition. Don't leave home without it. Reviewed by Steven Smith on Amazon.co.uk This was my choice to take with me on my recent walk ... I had also read the Official Guide but left that at home. The Rucksack Reader was just great to keep in the front pocket of my rucksack and I could sit at the lunch-break reading the section for the day to make sure I wasn't missing anything. Reviewed by Margaret Watkiss on Amazon.co.uk

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