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Cairngorms Pathfinder Guidebook

Cairngorms Pathfinder Guidebook

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  • Cairngorms Pathfinder Guidebook
Guidepost price £11.99 with free 2nd class UK delivery Publisher's price £12.99

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This Cairngorms Pathfinder Guidebook describes 28 outstanding circular walks in the Cairngorms National Park, ranging from 1.5 miles to 18 miles long. The Cairngorms cover 300 sq miles, making it the most mountainous area in Britain, with an equally wide range of wildlife.

All routes include information on getting to the start point, a detailed route description, large-scale OS mapping at 1:25,000, and notes on key features and wildlife to look for. The native pine forest of the Cairngorms is one of the final retreats of the red squirrel and supports small, uncommon birds like crested tits, redwings and crossbills.

The guidebook describes walks at Loch Garten, the RSPB osprey breeding site, an ascent to the summit of Carn Daimh, and part of the Speyside Way, with its splendid panorama of the countryside surrounding Glenlivet and the Falls of the Glas Allt.

Published in March 2017.
Number of pages is: 96
Size is: 134mm x 230mm
ISBN is: 9780319090398

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This Cairngorms Pathfinder Guidebook describes 28 outstanding circular walks in the Cairngorms National Park, ranging from 1.5 miles to 18 miles long. The Cairngorms cover 300 sq miles, making it the most mountainous area in Britain, with an equally wide range of wildlife. All routes include information on getting to the start point, a detailed route description, large-scale OS mapping at 1:25,000, and notes on key features and wildlife to look for. The native pine forest of the Cairngorms is one of the final retreats of the red squirrel and supports small, uncommon birds like crested tits, redwings and crossbills. The guidebook describes walks at Loch Garten, the RSPB osprey breeding site, an ascent to the summit of Carn Daimh, and part of the Speyside Way, with its splendid panorama of the countryside surrounding Glenlivet and the Falls of the Glas Allt. Published in March 2017.

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Free 2nd class UK postage with free 2nd class UK delivery
Number of Pages 96
Size is: 134mm x 230mm
Scale Is: No
ISBN is: 9780319090398