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Rob Roy Way

Rob Roy Way

Rob Roy Way

by: Jacquetta Megarry
The Rob Roy Way is a popular week-long walk which runs for 79 miles between Drymen and Pitlochry in the highlands, passing some of Scotland's finest lochs and glens. It uses forest and moorland tracks, footpaths, part of a cycle route and some minor roads. Much of the Way has links with Scotland's most famous outlaw, Rob Roy MacGregor (1671-1734). In addition to its historic paths, railway heritage and glorious scenery, the Way is also rich in wildlife. Of great practical importance to walkers, it links villages with friendly hosts and historic pubs.

The book contains all you need to walk the Rob Roy Way, including:
Detailed directions for the Way and variations.
Planning information for transport and accommodation.
Background information on history, heritage, and wildlife.
Lavishly illustrated with 111 colour photographs.
Mapping in full colour on 18 pages at 1:50,000 scale
Rucksack-friendly and printed on rainproof paper

The Way is described in seven sections:
Drymen to Aberfoyle
Aberfoyle to Callander
Callander to Strathyre
Strathyre to Killin
Killin to Ardtalnaig
Ardtalnaig to Aberfeldy
Aberfeldy to Pitlochry

ISBN 9781913817046 Pages 80 (2022) 130mm x 220mm

Price: 13.95

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Rob Roy Way Footprint Map-Guide

Rob Roy Way Footprint Map-Guide

by: Footprint
The Rob Roy Way is a 79-mile long distance trail between Drymen, north of Glasgow and Pitlochry, a busy town in the heart of highland Perthshire. It follows well maintained paths and tracks through some of Scotland's finest scenery. It links many areas associated with Rob Roy MacGregor, Scotland's notorious outlaw.

This footprint map is divided into 11 sections, each portrayed on a separate panel. (Three sections describe an alternative route between Ardtainaig and Aberfeldy adding 17 miles). The route, which is clearly marked in yellow on the map, is marked in miles, starting from Drymen. Text describing the route accompanies each section. The detailed full colour mapping is at a scale of 1:40,000 and is based upon Ordnance Survey data and is GPS compatible. Printed on waterproof and durable paper the map is reliable and easy to use on the trail and includes a plastic sleeve.

The eleven route sections are as follows:
Drymen to Aberfoyle - 11 miles
Aberfoyle to Callander - 10 miles
Callander to Kingshouse Hotel - 13 miles
Kingshouse Hotel to Killin - 10 miles
Killin to Ardeonaig - 9 miles
Ardeonaig to Kenmore - 10.5 miles
Kenmore to Grandtulley/Strathtay - 12 miles
Strathtay to Pitlochry - 4.5 miles
Alternative route - beautiful but few facilities
Ardtalnaig to Dunan - 5 miles
Dunan to Amulree - 12 miles
Amulree to Urlar Burn - 10 miles

ISBN 9781871149845 Folded Map (2016) 120mm x 225mm folded

Price: 10.50

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