Autor/en: Chris Townsend
230 colour photos and 76 colour maps.
15. Oktober 2010 - kartoniert - 560 Seiten
Whether you are planning a day's scramble or a long distance walk, this guide has all the practical information needed, with area by area descriptions of all the Scottish mountains, geographically grouped into 7 regions with an overview of the key ascents. *Also appeared in September's Buyer's Notes*
Introduction; About this Book; Practicalities; When to Go; Weather; Getting There; Getting Around; Accommodation; Maps and Guidebooks Equipment for Hillwalkers; The Mountains; Topography and Geology; History, Culture and the Rise of Mountaineering; Scottish Mountain Names; National Parks and other Protected Areas; Plant and Animal Life; Mountain Activities; Peakbagging, Hillwalking and Scrambling; Long Distance Routes; Rock Climbing; Winter Mountaineering; Ski Touring and Ski Mountaineering; Responsible Mountaineering; Avalanches; Mountain Rescue; Access; Environmental Ethics; Leave no Litter; Paths; Cross Country; Wild Camping; Camp Fires and Stoves; Sanitation; Plant and Animal Life; CHAPTER 1: The Southern Uplands; 1:1 The Southern Upland Way; 1:2 The Galloway Hills; 1:3 The Carsphairn Hills; 1:4 The Lowther Hills; 1:5 The Tweedsmuir Hills; 1:6 The Moorfoot and Lammermuir Hills; 1:7 Outliers; Access, Bases, Maps and Guides; CHAPTER 2: The Southern Highlands; 2:1 The Campsie Fells; 2:2 The Ochils; 2:3 The Rob Roy Way; 2:4 The West Highland Way; 2:5 Ben Lomond and Loch Lomond; 2:6 The Arrochar Alps; 2:7 The Ben Lui Hills; 2:8 The Trossachs; 2:9 Ben More, Stob Binnein and the Crianlarich and Balquhidder Hills; 2:10 The Loch Earn and Crieff Hills; 2:11 The Glen Lochay Hills; 2:12 The Bridge of Orchy Hills; 2:13 Ben Lawers and the Tarmachans; 2:14 Glen Lyon, Schiehallion and Aberfeldy; Access, Bases, Maps and Guides; CHAPTER 3: The Central Highlands; 3:1 Ben Cruachan and Glen Strae; 3:2 Glen Etive; 3:3 The Black Mount; 3:4 The West Highland Way; 3:5 Glen Coe; 3:6 Beinn a'Bheithir and Glen Creran; 3:7 Rannoch Moor; 3:8 The Mamores; 3:9 Ben Nevis; 3:10 The Aonachs and the Grey Corries; 3:11 Loch Treig; 3:12 Loch Ossian; 3:13 The Ben Alder and Laggan Hills; 3:14 The West Drumochter Hills; 3:15 The Monadh Liath; 3:16 Creag Meagaidh and the Loch Laggan Hills; 3:17 Glen Roy; 3:18 Long Walks; Access, Bases, Maps and Guides; CHAPTER 4: The Cairngorms; 4:1 East Drumochter, The Gaick and Minigaig; 4:2 Glen Tilt; 4:3 Pitlochry and Killiecrankie; 4:4 Glen Shee and the Cairnwell Pass; 4:5 The Angus Glens: Glen Clova, Glen Doll and Glen Esk; 4:6 Deeside; 4:7 Strathspey; 4:8 The Lairig an Laoigh Area; 4:9 The Ben Macdui and Cairngorm plateau; 4:10 Lairig Ghru; 4:11 Glen Feshie; 4:12 The Speyside Way; Access, Bases, Maps and Guides; CHAPTER 5: The Western Highlands; 5:1 Ardgour, Morvern, Sunart and Moidart; 5:2 Glenfinnan and Loch Eil; 5:3 The Great Glen; 5:4 Loch Arkaig, Glen Kingie, Glen Pean and Glen Dessary; 5:5 Knoydart; 5:6 The Glenelg Peninsula; 5:7 North Loch Quoich and South Glen Shiel; 5:8 Kintail and North Glen Shiel; 5:9 Glen Affric and North Strath Cluanie; 5:10 Glen Cannich, Glen Strathfarrar, Loch Monar, Strathconon and Glen Carron; 5:11 The Cape Wrath Trail: Fort William to Achnashellach; Access, Bases, Maps and Guides; CHAPTER 6: The Northern Highlands; 6:1 Applecross and Coulin; 6:2 Torridon; 6:3 Letterewe, Fisherfield and Dundonnell: Loch Maree to Loch Broom; 6:4 The Fannaichs; 6:5 Beinn Dearg and Easter Ross; 6:6 Coigach and Assynt; 6:7 The Far North; 6:8 The Cape Wrath Trail: Achnashellach to Cape Wrath; 6:9 The Sutherland Trail: Lochinver to Tongue; Access, Bases, Maps and Guides; CHAPTER 7: The Islands; 7:1 Arran; 7:2 Jura; 7:3 Mull; 7:4 Rum; 7:5 Skye; 7:6 Harris; 7:7 South Uist; Access, Bases, Maps and Guides; APPENDIX A Glossary of Common Mountain Words in Gaelic and Scots; APPENDIX B Bibliography and Further Reading; APPENDIX C Current List of Munros; APPENDIX D Current List of Corbetts; Appendix E Index of Maps; INDEX
Award-winning author Chris Townsend was the first person to complete a continuous round of all the Scottish Munros and Tops. He has also walked across the Scottish mountains from coast to coast 14 times. Chris has served as President of the Mountaineering Council of Scotland.