Hillwalks: Glen Coe and Lochaber
Glen Coe and Lochaber describes 20 of the finest walks in an area boasting a remarkably varied landscape, shaped by a violent geological past and a fascinating but often tragic history.
From the intricate, hidden valleys and ridges of Bidean nam Bian high above the glacial trench of Glen Coe and the weathered rock prow of the Buachaille Etive Mòr, to the vast open spaces of Rannoch Moor and the pastures and wooded slopes of Glen Nevis with its towering peaks and great waterfalls, these walks explore some of Scotland's most spectacular scenery.
First published by The Stationery Office, 1997
Anthologies & Contributions
The Best of Rock & Ice, ed. Dugald MacDonald, The Mountaineers 1999
They Lived to Tell the Tale, Reader's Digest 2009
The Magic of the Munros, Irvine Butterfield, David & Charles 1999
The Corbetts & Other Scottish Hills, ed. Rob Milne & Hamish Brown, Scottish Mountaineering Club, 2002
Munro's Tables and Other Tables of Lower Hills, Revised edition, ed. Derek A. Bearhop, Scottish Mountaineering Club, 1997