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Snowboard ScotlandSki & Snowboard Scotland This text for novice and experienced skiers and snowboarders based in Scotland, as well as visitors travelling to Scotland's slopes is divided into two parts; the first dealing with the aspects of preparation, travel, eating, and conservation, whilst the second part provides information and maps on Scotland's five major ski centres. Usefull addresses and phone numbers - such as ski schools, snow conditions, ski areas, artifical slopes, and information, are also included.

Naelimits. "For a weekend skiing in Scotland we got far more than we had expected, good snow, great tuition and everything was done for us, taking the stress of organisation off of our shoulders."

Winter Climbing The CairngormsWinter Climbs in the Cairngorms (A Cicerone Guide) The major climbing areas in the Cairngorms provide some of the finest winter climbing in Britain. From the remote corries of Braeriach and Beinn a'Bhuird to the magnificent cliffs of Lochnagar and Creag an Dubh Loch and the readily accessible Northern corries of Cairngorm, every aspect of winter climbing is to be found. Llong, varied routes and short technical test-pieces; there are pure ice climbs and buttress and mixed routes to rival any in the country. Building on previous editions of the guide, a selection of the best routes in each area has been suggested. Where possible a selection of routes of all grades have been given with, where there is a choice, a few routes at around the same standard to allow for some choice should conditions or availability dictate a change. When weather, conditions and climb are right, the Cairngorms can offer an unforgettable experience. Tour Scotland Winter Sports.

Where to Ski and Snowboard 2006Where to Ski and Snowboard 2006 This guide is absolutely packed with useful information about all the major resorts in the world, the good things and, more importantly, the not-so-good things about them. The reviews include detailed assessments of resorts, staying there and nightlife, the mountains, slopes, snow and resort extent, lifts and queues, skiing available for beginners, intermediates and experts, mountain restaurants, scenery and resort charm amongst others. Tour Scotland Winter Sports.

The Great Skiing and Snowboarding GuideThe Great Skiing and Snowboarding Guide (Cadogan Guides) Internationally recognized as the leading experts on recreational skiing and ski resorts, award-winning writers Peter and Felice Hardy share their unrivalled insider knowledge in this brand new guide. Their critical, unbiased and informative approach, in the best spirit of Cadogan, is coupled with a lifelong love of fine food and hedonistic hotels, making this guide essential reading. From the best ski and snowboard destinations around the world, to where to eat, party, sleep or take the children, you’ll find all the information you need for a memorable skiing experience. Tour Scotland Winter Sports.

Walking in ScotlandWalking in Scotland (Lonely Planet Walking Guides S.) This guide to Scotland shows readers how to discover the whole Scottish experience on two feet, including city strolls, coastal ambles and mountain hikes. It explores Scotland's flora and fauna as well as the myths and mysteries, the castles and crags and the malts en route.

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