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Knife Edge Outdoor Guidebooks - Guide - Trekking the West Highland Way, Two-way guidebook

Edition, collection Knife Edge - Outdoor Guidebooks
Destination Ecosse
Pays, Région, Ville Ecosse
Type d'ouvrage Guide de randonnées (pied, Vélo...)
Votre voyage A pied, Voyage individuel / Sac à dos
Date de publication 5 janv. 2022
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The definitive two-way guide to the West Highland Way: both northbound and southbound routes are described in full. Real Maps: Full Ordnance Survey Explorer mapping inside (1:25,000)17 different itineraries: schedules of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 days for hikers and runners. Includes both southbound and northbound itineraries.

Difficult calculations of time, distance and altitude gain are done for you. Also includes:Detailed information on equipment and travelling lightEverything the trekker needs to know: route, costs, difficulty, weather, travel, and moreFull accommodation listings: the best inns, bed and breakfasts and hotelsDetailed section on campingEssential info for both self-guided and guided trekkersInformation on geology, history, plants and wildlifeNumbered waypoints linking the Real Maps to our clear descriptionsThe West Highland Way, which is one of 'Scotland's Great Trails', travels 96 miles through sublime scenery, from the outskirts of Glasgow to Fort William. In between, there are countless magnificent mountains, exquisite glens, shimmering lochs and seemingly endless miles of purple heather to experience.

The trekker negotiates this wonderfully unpopulated terrain on a meticulously waymarked series of paths and tracks, many of which are old military roads or drovers' paths, built many centuries ago. In this part of the Highlands, you are far away from the region's urban centres. Occasionally, you will meet a road or pass through a small village or hamlet (with little more than a local pub and a few places to stay) but otherwise, the experience is one of tranquillity.

This is the Scottish Highlands at their best and it will be an adventure that you will never forget.

(Présentation de l'éditeur)

Un magnifique parcours de 155 km à effectuer entre 3 et 11 jours de marche (pour tous les niveaux !). Guide en anglais ponctué des très belles cartes au 1/25000ème des éditions Ordnance Survey.

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