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West Highland Way

West Highland Way - Bailey

West Highland Way - Bailey

by: Dan Bailey
The West Highland Way is Scotland's original long distance walk, stretching from Milngavie on the outskirts of Glasgow to Fort William. Over its154km (96mile) length, the route visits Scotland's first National Park, runs along the shore of its best loved loch, tackles a corner of its wildest moor and crosses the mouth of its most atmospheric glen, linking the country's most vibrant city with the foot of its highest mountain and earning it a place among the great walks of the world.
This full colour pocket guide begins with an introduction providing practical information for planning plus wildlife details. The route is broken down into 8 chapters each representing a day's walk. Each chapter includes navigation instructions, distance, ascent, path conditions, information on highlights and accommodation information. Outline sketch maps are included, but it would be advisable to carry OS Explorer maps or Footprint Map. Numerous colour photographs make this an attractive as well as practical pocket guide.
The eight stage starting points are: Milngavie; Drymen; Rowardennan; Inverarnan; Crianlarich; Bridge of Orchy; Kingshouse; Kinlochleven.
ISBN 9781907025389 pages 79 (2013 second edition) 110mm x 150mm plastic cover

Price: 7.99

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