Do you enjoy a walk in the country or a leisurely afternoon stroll?
Britain's best loved walking guides brings you a brand new Pathfinder (R) Guide to the Isle of Skye containing 28 fabulous walks exploring the rugged and romantic beauty of this celebrated and most famous Scottish island. The walks range in length from 2.5 to 11 miles and in typical Pathfinder (R) Guide style offers something for all tastes and abilities.
With Pathfinder (R) Guide to the Isle of Skye, you can follow in the footsteps of Bonnie Prince Charlie in Portree, the island's main town and harbour, enjoy the history and parkland of Armadale Castle - one of the gentler walks for when the weather closes in - or wonder at spectacular Cuillin corries and waterfalls. One walk in Pathfinder (R) Guide to the Isle of Skye also explores the beautiful island of Raasay between Skye and the Applecross Peninsula.
All the walks have been fully researched and written by outdoor writer and Skye-expert Terry Marsh and are accompanied in the book by large-scale Ordnance Survey route maps, GPS waypoints and captivating photographs. From inspiring coastal scenery to highland peaks, and from romantic castles to crofters' cottages, Pathfinder (R) Guide to the Isle of Skye allows walkers to easily visit the northernmost and southernmost tips of the isle using the clear, large-scale Ordnance Survey route maps and GPS waypoints within.
If you're a walker who really wants to make the most of this most popular of the Western Isles - recently described by National Geographic magazine as the 4th best island in the world - make sure you don't set off on your walk without a copy Pathfinder (R) Guide to the Isle of Skye in your rucksack.
Pathfinder (R) Guides are Britain's best loved walking guides. Made with durable covers, they are the perfect companion for countryside walks throughout Britain. Each title features circular walks with easy-to-follow route descriptions, tried and tested by seasoned walkers and accompanied by beautiful photography and clear, large-scale Ordnance Survey mapping.
1. Scorrybreac and The Bile
2. Brothers' Point
3. The Coral Beach
5. Ardmore Point
6. The Old Man of Storr
7. Bioda Buidhe
9. Rubha Hunish
10. An Aird and Dunan an Aislidh
11. Beinn an Sguirr and the Waternish
12. Ben Aslak
13. Coire Chat-achan
14. Quiraing and Meall n Suiramach
15. Point of Sleat
16. Ben Tianavaig
17. Ramasaig, Lorgill and the Hoe
18. Bla Bheinn
19. The Storr
20. Rubh' and Dunain
22. Glen Brittle Forest
23. Idrigill Point and MacLeod's Maidens
24. Suisnish and Boreraig
25. Bruach na Frithe
26. Glen Sligachan
27. Srath Mor and Srath Beag
28. Camasunary - Elgol - Glasnakille