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Southern Uplands

Southern Uplands

by: Nick Williams
This guide features forty circular mountain walks in the Southern Uplands, covering the Galloway Hills, Lowther and Moffat Hills, Clyde and Tweed, Edinburgh and Lothian and the Cheviot and Langholm Hills. Routes have been chosen according to a number of factors, including variety of terrain, great views, historical interest, minimum road walking and the feasibility of a circular route. This is a region with a rugged and romantic landscape, rich in history and diverse in topography, inspiring great days out for walkers of all levels.

This compact, easy to carry and practical little guide is one of the Pocket Mountains series. Each walk has concise route directions, an overview sketch map and a colour photo of the landscape. Distance, walking time, height gain, starting point grid references and OS Explorer map numbers are given for each walk.The walk locations are given below in regional sections:

Galloway hills
Rig of the Jarkness
Merrick and the Grey Man
Rhinns of Kells
Lamachan Hill and Curlywee
Loch Enoch
Glen Afton
Cairnsmore of Carsphairn

Lowther and Moffat Hills
Wanlockhead
Green Lowther
Staygail and Lowther Hill
Queensberry
Hart Fell
Tweedsmuir and Talla
Broad Law
Grey Mare's Tail

Clyde and Tweed
Tinto
Heatherstane and Whitelaw Brae
Gathersnow Hill and Culter Fell
Broughton
Peebles
Walkerburn
Brown Knowe
Meigle Hill
Eildon Hills

Edinburgh and Lothian
Edinburgh
Pentland Hills and Green Cleuch
Flotterstone and the Pentland Rising
West Linton and Cauldstane Slap
Eddleston and Dundreich Ring
Blackhope Scar from Gladhouse
Along the Southern Upland Way
Lammermuir Hills and Spartleton Edge

Cheviot and Langholm Hills
Yetholm and the Black Hag
The Cheviot
Morebattle Pilgrimage, St Cuthbert's Way
Border Crossing and the Pennine Way
Tudhope and Cauldcleuch
Muckle Toon Mountains
Ettrick Water

ISBN 9780954421779 Pages 96 (2005) 105mm x 147mm

Price: 5.99