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Walking in the Pentland Hills Guidebook

Walking in the Pentland Hills Guidebook

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Guidepost price £12.25 with free 2nd class UK delivery Publisher's price £12.95

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This Cicerone walking guidebook describes 30 circular walks in the Pentland Hills that are easily accessible from Edinburgh and home to peaks such as Scald Law and Carnethy Hill.

The Pentland Hills are a range of low summits which extend south of Edinburgh to Biggar in South Lanarkshire. The walking routes in this guidebook range from 2 to 17 miles long and are suitable for walkers of all abilities.

For each walk there is a step-by-step route description, accompanied by OS mapping at a scale of 1:50,000. Also included is a wealth of interesting information on the region's rich natural and cultural heritage: its geology, history, wildlife and connections with literary greats such as Robert Louis Stevenson and Sir Walter Scott. Local place names are explained, local folklore explored and there is a helpful glossary of dialect terms.
Number of pages is: 176
Size is: 172mm x 116mm
ISBN is: 9781852848675

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This Cicerone walking guidebook describes 30 circular walks in the Pentland Hills that are easily accessible from Edinburgh and home to peaks such as Scald Law and Carnethy Hill. The Pentland Hills are a range of low summits which extend south of Edinburgh to Biggar in South Lanarkshire. The walking routes in this guidebook range from 2 to 17 miles long and are suitable for walkers of all abilities. For each walk there is a step-by-step route description, accompanied by OS mapping at a scale of 1:50,000. Also included is a wealth of interesting information on the region's rich natural and cultural heritage: its geology, history, wildlife and connections with literary greats such as Robert Louis Stevenson and Sir Walter Scott. Local place names are explained, local folklore explored and there is a helpful glossary of dialect terms.

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Free 2nd class UK postage with free 2nd class UK delivery
Number of Pages 176
Size is: 172mm x 116mm
Scale Is: No
ISBN is: 9781852848675