In his sixth outdoor book, Graham Wilson casts a sceptical eye on the whole Munro-bagging industry. He considers his personal reactions to the obsession and pays tribute to some notable Munroists and fine mountain writers. Interspersed are the peaks and troughs of his own Munro experiences, described with humour and reflecting his love and concern for the Highlands of Scotland.
Includes five essays by a Boardman Tasker Prize shortlisted author, with a detailed bibliography of UK climbing/walking books published over the years. This work is suitable for climbing/walking literature enthusiasts and collectors.