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It's difficult to do justice to the mountains and glens of Scotland but I hope that these brief descriptions will encourage visitors to Scotland and refresh the memories of those who have already had the good fortune to see at least some of these fascinating examples of Nature’s gifts to this exceptionally beautiful country.

An Teallach.
Arkle.
Ben Alder.
Beinn Challuim.
Ben Cruachan.
Ben Nevis.
Ben Stack.

Ben Vrackie.
Liathach.
Slioch.
The Five Sisters of Kintail.
Cuillins of Skye.
Glen Brittle.
Glen Clova.
Glen Dochart.
Glen Docherty
.
Glen Etive.
Glenfinnan
.
Glen Garry.
Glen Garry and Loch Garry.
The Sma Glen.
Glen Lyon.
Glen Nevis.
Schiehallion.
Glencoe.
Glen Orchy.
Glen Rosa.
Glenshee.
Glen Shiel.
Glen Tilt.
Glen Trool.
Strath Braan.
Strath Tay.
Strath Tummel.
Suilven.
The Saddle.

More Scottish Glens.

Guide to Scottish Highlands and IslandsThe Rough Guide to Scottish Highlands and Islands (Rough Guide Travel Guides S.) The third edition of the Rough Guide to the Scottish Highlands and Islands is the complete handbook to this dramatic and varied region. There are lively accounts of every attraction, from castles, lochs and mountains, to deserted beaches and classic train journeys. For every town and village there are insightful reviews of places to stay, eat and drink that give a refreshingly candid opinion. The authors also provide practical tips on the many outdoor activities available, from munro bagging to skiing and mountain biking.

Guide to ScotlandThe Rough Guide to Scotland - Edition 7 From the glens of Loch Lomand to the lively Edinburgh festival, the "Rough Guide to Scotland" tells you all there is to know about this stunning and varied country. The 24-page, full-colour section introduces all of the Scotland's highlights, from the spectacular wildlife of the Hebrides to the deserted golden beaches in South Harris, with three additional 4-page, full-colour inserts: 'Festivals', 'Architecture' and 'Great Outdoors/Activities'. The guide includes a new author pick' section of the country's top hotels and restaurants, plus lively reviews of hundreds of shops, bars, clubs and the best places to sample the local whiskies. The guide takes a detailed look at Scotland's history, literature, politics and cultural life with new details on the country's most controversial buildings project, the new Scottish Parliament. There is plenty of practical advice for experiencing the great Scottish outdoors, from bagging a munro to whale-watching on Mull. The guide comes complete with maps and plans for every region.



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