Rob Roy Way

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With a combination of waterproof map and guide, in durable slip-case, this title features new maps based on OS data and 2013 route survey. It is presented in compact size and large scale mapping at 1:40,000.
The Rob Roy Way, a 126 km/79 mile trail from Drymen near Loch Lomond to Pitlochry, at 1:40,000 on a light, waterproof and tear-resistant map from Footprint Walks in their series covering long-distance hiking routes. The trail is presented on 11 overlapping panels, each designed to cover one daily stage, with mapping providing user-friendly yet comprehensive information about the challenges of the route, services along the way, places of interest, etc.

The maps have contours are at 10 metres intervals with altitude colouring, plus additional colouring for woodlands. The route is clearly highlighted, indicating where it follows roads, tracks, cycle paths, footpaths or no visible paths, with mile markers and, where useful, possible danger signs. A range of symbols indicate various overnight accommodation options, cafes and pubs, grocery shops and ATMs, places of interest, etc. Each panel has British National Grid lines and includes route instructions plus a profile showing changes in altitude. The map also provides general information on local public transport, etc.
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Weight 0.000000
Availability IP
Department Great Britain and Ireland
Format Folded Waterproof Map
ISBN 9781871149845
Published 20/06/2013
Publisher Footprint - Stirling Surveys
Scale 1:40,000
Section GB Walking Maps (inc OS)
Series Great Britain: Footprint Maps of Long-distance Hiking Routes
Size Folded 12x21cm
Size Unfolded 84x45cm
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