Walking Ben Nevis and Glen Coe

100 Low, Mid, and High Level Walks

Guidebook to walking in Scotland's Ben Nevis and Glen Coe region, featuring 100 graded walks of 2 to 21 miles. Routes include low-level, mid-level and high-level walks, with the high-level walks showcasing 44 Munro summits. Routes are organised by location, being in and around: Fort William and Glen Nevis; Ben Nevis and the Aonachs; Grey Corries and Spean Bridge; Mamores; Kinlochleven; Glen Coe; Bidean namBian; and Glen Etive.

 Home to some of the finest walking in the UK, the Ben Nevis and Glen Coe region offers the thrill of summiting many a Munro, as well innumerable lower hill walks oft forgotten in the lure of greater heights. It is a region of sublime scenery, challenging ascents, rugged ridgelines and rewarding vistas.

1:50,000 OS mapping accompanies low-level and mid-level route descriptions, while hand-drawn sketch maps at a larger scale accompany the mountain routes. Information on GPS, compass use, safety in the mountains and walking conditions are also included, as is practical advice relating to transport, food and shelter.

Ronald Turnbull Ronald Turnbull lives close to the Carsphairn and Lowther Hills. He was one of the first people to walk the Southern Upland Way. He is a runner as well as a walker, and in 1986 was awarded the Long Distance Trophy of the Fell Running Association for a non- stop journey over the 148 hills of Southern Scotland.

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  • 100 routes for summer and winter in the best-known walking area in Scotland.
  • includes 44 Munro summits
  • Routes include low-level, mid-level and high-level walks