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Walking Loch Lomond and the Trossachs Guidebook

Walking Loch Lomond and the Trossachs Guidebook

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  • Walking Loch Lomond and the Trossachs Guidebook
Guidepost price £13.95 with free 2nd class UK delivery Publisher's price £14.95

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This Cicerone guidebook covers 70 walking routes in the hills of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, including 21 Munros, as well as plenty of Corbetts and Grahams. The Hill summits of Ben Lomond, the Cobbler, Ben Lui and the Arrochar Alps have plenty of routes to explore.

The walking routes in this guidebook range from 1 to 17 miles long, and are clearly graded for distance and difficulty, as well as dividing between low-level, mid-level and mountain walks. There are short, loch-side strolls suitable for all walkers, to long, challenging mountain routes with rocky scrambling, the Loch Lomond and Trossachs hills have plenty to offer.

The glen and mountains walks in this guide are divided by area as follows: the Trossachs, Callander and Loch Lubnaig, Balquhidder and Lochearnhead, Crianlarich to Inveraran, Tyndrum, Ben Lomond, Loch Lomond West, Arrochar Alps and Glen Croe to Loch Goil.

The hills and glens of the Trossachs and Loch Lomond are a National Park, and are the first of the Highlands as you come from the south. Slightly less savage than their northern counterparts, they have a rugged charm all of their own. Their ridges are wrinkly schist and grassy picnic places, their lower slopes are oakwoods and ferries cruise the lochs in between. This guidebook includes plenty of background information on the area, as well as practical information on getting to and around the region's walks, as well as advice on accommodation, what equipment to take, when to go, as well as interesting details on the schist rock that makes the hills, and important information on access in the hills and on Scottish estates.
Number of pages is: 288
Size is: 172mm x 116mm
ISBN is: 9781852849634

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This Cicerone guidebook covers 70 walking routes in the hills of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, including 21 Munros, as well as plenty of Corbetts and Grahams. The Hill summits of Ben Lomond, the Cobbler, Ben Lui and the Arrochar Alps have plenty of routes to explore. The walking routes in this guidebook range from 1 to 17 miles long, and are clearly graded for distance and difficulty, as well as dividing between low-level, mid-level and mountain walks. There are short, loch-side strolls suitable for all walkers, to long, challenging mountain routes with rocky scrambling, the Loch Lomond and Trossachs hills have plenty to offer. The glen and mountains walks in this guide are divided by area as follows: the Trossachs, Callander and Loch Lubnaig, Balquhidder and Lochearnhead, Crianlarich to Inveraran, Tyndrum, Ben Lomond, Loch Lomond West, Arrochar Alps and Glen Croe to Loch Goil. The hills and glens of the Trossachs and Loch Lomond are a National Park, and are the first of the Highlands as you come from the south. Slightly less savage than their northern counterparts, they have a rugged charm all of their own. Their ridges are wrinkly schist and grassy picnic places, their lower slopes are oakwoods and ferries cruise the lochs in between. This guidebook includes plenty of background information on the area, as well as practical information on getting to and around the region's walks, as well as advice on accommodation, what equipment to take, when to go, as well as interesting details on the schist rock that makes the hills, and important information on access in the hills and on Scottish estates.

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Free 2nd class UK postage with free 2nd class UK delivery
Number of Pages 288
Size is: 172mm x 116mm
Scale Is: No
ISBN is: 9781852849634