Walk Glasgow Scotland
30 Walks in Glasgow and South West Scotland. A variety of mostly mapped walks to suit both the casual walker and the more serious hiker are contained in this illustrated guide. Detailed maps include information on the route, scenery, distance, terrain, places of interest - together with dog-friendly walks. Special features include: an introductory location map indicating the starting point of every walk; a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets; places to visit along the way; refreshment information; and a "what to look for" panel featuring more specific detail of urban and industrial heritage. 30 Walks in Glasgow & South West Scotland (AA 30 Walks in).
25 Walks In and Around Glasgow. There is a great variety in Glasgow's 'dear green places', from formal parks such as Kelvingrove and Glasgow Green to less well-known nature trails and walkways, many with stunning views of the Clyde. Outside the city, but easily accessible by car or public transport, there are more challenging moorland and mountain routes. This new edition of one of the most popular titles in the "25 Walks" series brings the walker fully up-to-date with recently developed routes, as well as retaining the classic favourite walks which are a part of what makes Glasgow so special. The 25 Walks books are practical guides and attractive souvenirs. Written by experienced authors, they can be used with confidence. The carefully selected local walks are accompanied by easy-to-use maps and colour photographs. 25 Walks In and Around Glasgow.
Urban Walks Glasgow and the West. Scotland's towns and cities are packed with historical and scenic interest, and all of them have wonderful stories to tell. Well-known outdoors writer Roger Smith has gathered 30 fascinating urban walks, some from his popular column in 'The Herald', covering Glasgow and the West, into a volume that is sure to interest a wide audience. A perfect antidote for restless weekends and holidays at home, as well as providing tourists with fantastic sightseeing opportunities, many of these walks are based on the weekly series that Roger wrote between 2003 and 2006, but in each case the walks have been thoroughly revised, updated and expanded. There are walks to suit all moods, from the heart of Glasgow's city centre to the West's leafy green spaces and stunning coastline: the book covers routes throughout Glasgow, including the bustling Merchant City, the vibrant West End and the scenic Queen's Park as well as in towns as diverse as Ayr, Biggar, Irvine, Rothesay and Dumfries. Urban Walks: Glasgow and the West.
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