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Walk Skye and Raasay50 Best Routes on Skye and Raasay 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. Best Scotland Books.

Best Loved Driving ToursFrommer's Scotland's Best-Loved Driving... Everything You Need to See the Best of Scotland by Car! Let Frommer's Take You To: Jagged coastlines, Lochs and and saltwater fjords St. Andrews, home of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, Hip and historic Edinburgh: Princes Street, the Royal Mile, and the magnificent Palace of Holyroodhouse The Trossachs, the romantic countryside of Rob Roy. The towering peaks of the Torridon Highlands and the mysterious Loch Ness And much, much more! Best Scotland Books.

Best Pub Walks Around GlasgowBest Pub Walks Around Glasgow An excellent little guidebook which will stimulate your interest in getting out and about. It offers 26 walks in and around Glasgow, encouraging you to escape the city centre and stretch your legs. There are walks here to suit everyone - you can even combine some light exercise with a quiet pint or even a meal. Best Scotland Books.

Best Scottish Mountain Routes100 Best Scottish Mountain Routes From gentle afternoon strolls to challenging scrambles in remote mountain sanctuaries, this revised and updated guide covers walks in the Scottish highlands. All walks are circular and accessible by road. No rock climbing is involved and the routes, each including a peak over 2000 feet, have been selected by an experienced Scottish walker. All Highland regions are included and each walk can be completed in a day. Maps and information about difficulty rating, type of terrain and conditions in adverse weather is provided.

Best Pub Walks Around EdinburghBest Pub Walks Around Edinburgh (Best... Explores the rich treasure chest of scenery and sights in Edinburgh and the splendid open country that surrounds the city. Each of the 26 walks, ranging from 3 to 10 miles, starts and finishes at a good pub. Most of the walking is on clear footpaths, bridleways, quiet lanes and canal towpaths and there is nothing too challenging - hill walks are normally accessed by gently ascending valleys. Explore an outstanding variety of countryside - spectacular cliff top walks, leisurely river valley strolls and rewarding routes over farmland. Full details of each pub include hours of opening, beer served and food available. Best Scotland Books.

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