The West Highland Way, a 154km / 95 mile long Scotland’s most popular long-distance trail from Milngavie near Glasgow along Loch Lomond to Fort William, presented by Rucksack Readers in handy A5 size, spiral-bound, waterproof guide with mapping at 1:100,000.
The 64-page guide provides general advice on when to go, availability of accommodation, etc, and includes notes on Loch Lomond, history including the Glen Coe massacre, habitats and wildlife. Detailed route descriptions, arranged in daily stages, are preceded by a summary of each section of the route giving distance, terrain, and availability of food and drink. The guide is illustrated with numerous colour photos.
The route is highlighted on a fold-out map at 1:110,000. The map has altitude colouring to show the topography and also indicates various facilities and places of interest. No geographical coordinates for GPS users are provided. The publishers themselves recommend that their guide is used in conjunction with the more detailed, contoured and GPS compatible maps from Harvey Map Services or Footprint.
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