100 Best Walks.
This is a great guide to Scotland's best walks. From mountain,
glen, drove road and seashore, each walk is graded for both
length and difficulty. It is an essential guide for anyone who
enjoys walking and for anyone with an interest in rural Scotland.
Mountain Bike Routes in Scotland.
Features detailed descriptions of mountain-bike routes from
all of Scotland, chosen for variety, interest for all abilities
and for scenery. Maps and photographs are accompanied by advice
on the terrain and any special equipment required.
The National Cycle Network.
Unveiled in the year 2000, the National Cycle Network currently
provides more than 7000 miles of cycling routes throughout Britain,
with the figure expected to rise to 10,000 miles by 2005. Harry
Henniker's book, covering the Scottish part of the National
Cycle Network, is a comprehensive guide to the many routes to
An easy to read informative guide to what you can do in the
open air of Scotland's magnificent countryside. Whether you're
seeking new opportunities for outdoor activity or searching
for peace and solitude in lovely locations, this well-researched
book is for you. Over 150 magnificent full colour photos and
White Water: The SCA Guidebook.
the long awaited guide to Scottish white water, written by paddlers
for paddlers. Scottish Whitewater opens the door to a host of
adventures, epics and fun days on the river. Here you will find
descriptions to both well-known classics and little known gems.
Covering the length and breadth of Scotland and providing something
for everyone, whatever the conditions. Whether you are a white
water novice or an out and out hair boater, you need this book.
With maps, pictures and first hand accounts, here is a guide
that captures something of the spirit of Scottish white water.
The proceeds of the sale of this book will go towards protecting
and enhancing access to the rivers that we all enjoy.
Highlands (Pocket Mountains)
Forty circular walks in the West Highlands, complete with contoured
maps, colour photography and local information – all packed
into a convenient pocket-sized format. Routes vary from easygoing
half-day treks to longer expeditions over multiple tops.
Highlands (Pocket Mountains).
Cairngorms (Pocket Mountains).
Islands (Pocket Mountains)
Forty circular hill routes on the islands off the west coast
of Scotland (Skye, Arran, Islay, Jura, Mull, Eigg, Rum, Raasay,
Harris and the Uists), complete with contoured maps, colour
photography and local information – all packed into a
convenient pocket-sized format. Routes vary from easygoing half-day
treks to longer expeditions over multiple tops.
Mountain Scrambles in Scotland.
Scrambling, the middle ground between hill-walking and rock-climbing,
is rapidly becoming a highly popular pursuit, both for hill-walkers,
seeking a greater challenge and for general mountaineers interested
in the classic routes on Scotland's finest mountains. This book
is a guide to scrambling the best routes in Scotland.