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Walking Highland Perthshire (Mountain Walking)

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Walking Highland Perthshire (Mountain Walking).pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Ronald Turnbull(Author)

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With over 80 routes, this handy guidebook offers many opportunities to explore the ridges, plateaus, glens and woodland of highland Perthshire. The graded day walks described include all 42 Munros in the area as well as 22 selected Corbetts, 15 smaller summits and the historic Atholl passes of Gaick and Minigaig - all within easy reach of Perth. Routes are grouped into ten geographical areas: Comrie and Crieff, Killin and Glen Lochay, Glen Lyon, Bridge of Orchy, Perth and Dunkeld, Aberfeldy, Tummel and Loch Rannoch, Rannoch Moor, Pitlochry and Blair Atholl and Drumochter. A combination of 1:50,000 and 1:100,000 mapping is included as appropriate along with a selection of inspiring photographs.

Award-winning author Ronald Turnbull has written many guides on walking in Scotland. He is also a runner, and in 1995 was awarded the Long-Distance Trophy of the Fell Running Association for a non-stop journey over all the 2000ft hills of southern Scotland.

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Book details

  • PDF | 320 pages
  • Ronald Turnbull(Author)
  • Cicerone Press (15 Jun. 2013)
  • English
  • 4
  • Sports, Hobbies & Games

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  • By D A ROSS on 13 July 2015

    Good book but I think the print is easier to use than the Kindle version

  • By Mr. David J. Hogarth on 4 July 2013

    A slight (but important) disappointment about this book is that it omits the mountains in the north-east of Perthshire on the slightly spurious grounds that the glens there are reminiscent of the Angus glens and the rivers flow into the Isla and not the Tay (though the Isla does in fact flow into the Tay!). Also Kinnoull Hill in Perth by no stretch of the imagination falls into Highland Perthshire. A pity, but the title should read Walking Most (or Parts) of Highland Perthshire.

  • By Ms G Tennant on 20 October 2014

    Great book and quick delivery

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