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The West Highland Way
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West Highland Way

The West Highland Way: Official Guide This guide ambles along entertainingly, noting interesting flora and unusual geographic features and ... many beautiful images of lochs and hills. West Highland Way.

West Highland Way (Walker's Route S.) The map is split into six easy to read route maps, with the path marked out and distance markers for both miles and kilometers. The information part of the map is written in German, French and English. There is a chart to give you an idea how to split your journey up into five, six or seven days. It tells you where there is accommodation, or sites for tents, if there is shops and where the last bank is on your way. The map has useful telephone numbers for tourist board and rangers offices. West Highland Way.

The West Highland Way GuideThe West Highland Way The West Highland Way is the first and most famous of Scotland's long-distance walks. It begins on the outskirts of Glasgow, Scotland's largest city, then goes through Scotland's first national park, along the shores of its largest loch. Loch Lomond forms a water-bridge spanning the lowlands and the highlands, with unique geology and wildlife. After 95 miles of superb scenery, the Way ends in Fort William, at the foot of Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain. This guide contains a full colour fold-down map showing the whole route, with summaries of distance, terrain and where to find food and drink. Offering a concise background on the walk and the local wildlife, it also has information about side-trips and mountains including Ben Lomond and Ben Nevis. There is planning information for travel by car, train, bus or plane and a special section of notes for novices and checklists of equipment.

Visit Scotland: Touring Map Scotland This easy-to-use map features all of Scotland's most interesting tourist attractions. It includes comprehensive leisure and touring information and contains the locations of over 1700 things to do and places to visit, including: castles, gardens, ancient monuments and natural wonders, country parks, forest trails and cycle routes, camping and caravan sites, Tourist Information Centres and National Tourist Routes.

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