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Great Glen Way

Great Glen Way Offical Walking Guidebook

Great Glen Way Offical Walking Guidebook

by: Jacquetta Megarry and Sandra Bardwell
The Great Glen Way is one of Scotland's Great Trails and offers a superb experience for both walkers and cyclists. The Way runs for 77 miles (124 km) along Scotland's Great Glen between Fort William and Inverness. It follows the scenic Caledonian Canal and runs beside four of the Highlands' loveliest lochs - including Loch Ness, famous for its monster legend and for Urquhart Castle. The book provides detailed descriptions of the traditional route and High Route alternatives.

This book has all you need to enjoy a walking holiday along the Great Glen Way. It includes:
detailed mapping on 13 pages at 1:38,000 scale
hill and mountain side-trips including Ben Nevis
background on canal heritage, clan history and wildlife
detailed description for each section walked from Fort William to Inverness
summaries showing distance, terrain, food/drink stops and altitude profile
planning information for walkers and cyclists
town plans of Fort William and Inverness
in full colour, with 100+ photos, many of them new
rucksack-friendly and on rainproof paper.

The book provides a six-day itinerary for walkers as below:
Fort William to Gairlochy Locks - 11 miles
Gairlochy to Laggan Locks - 12.3 miles
Laggan Locks to Fort Augustus - 11.2 miles
Fort Augustus to Invermoriston - 7.3 miles
Invermoriston to Drumnadrochit - 15.6 miles
Drumnadrochit to Inverness - 19.6 miles (with splitting options)

ISBN 9781898481874 Pages 80 (2020) 130mm x 220mm spiral bound

Price: 13.50

Great Glen Way Footprint Walking Map Map

Great Glen Way Footprint Walking Map Map

The Great Glen Way is a 74-mile (118km) trail along Scotland's Great Glen. The route is fully waymarked from Fort William to Inverness and follows the towpath of the Caledonian Canal, passes through ancient woodlands, and overlooks Loch Ness. The route is mostly low level and follows well maintained tracks as well as the canal towpath. For those wishing to stretch themselves a little more there are two high level alternatives above Loch Ness which offer magnificent views along the glen

This footprint map is divided into 6 sections, each portrayed on a separate panel. The route map is marked in miles, starting in Fort William. Text describing the route accompanies each section. The detailed full colour mapping at a scale of 1:40,000 is based upon Ordnance Survey data. The map, which is printed on both sides, is waterproof and durable and is GPS compatible. It is supplied in a plastic sleeve.

ISBN 9781871149944 (2017) 120mm x 225mm folded. Printed both sides

Price: 9.50