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Loch Coire a' Ghrunnda Scotland

Loch Coire a' Ghrunnda Isle Of Skye Scotland

Loch Coire a' Ghrunnda, Isle Of Skye, Scotland.

 

Skye's bristling mountains and soaring coastline offer an enormous selection of routes encompassing a wide variety of grades of difficulty. Ralph Storer has selected some of the very best walks on the island in order to demonstrate fully the diversity of the Misty Isle for new visitors and seasoned campaigners alike. The walks offer different levels of difficulty, from gentle coastal strolls to challenging mountain ascents, all selected by an accomplished and respected walker, climber and writer. Maps and instructions make this an essential guide for all lovers of this most Scottish of islands. 50 Best Routes on Skye and Raasay.

A selection of twenty walks focusing on the wildlife, geology and varied scenery of the Isle of Skye. The walks, which range from moderate to strenuous, are accompanied by detailed maps, colour photographs and information on time, distance, terrain and parking. The emphasis throughout is on enjoying the sights and sounds along the way, and there are plenty of pointers on sites of r interest to look for, and what wildlife might be sighted where. The book's 'two churches walk' is billed as the most sheltered walk in north-west Skye and is said to be suitable even for wet weather, as most of the route is covered by trees. When describing each of the walks, author Chris Mitchell is honest about the amount of work needed and any potential hazards such as uneven ground, difficult inclines and even the possibility of severe weather conditions. Isle of Skye Natural History Walks: 20 Detailed Walks to Enjoy from Sea Shore to Cliff Top.

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