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The Corbetts and Other Scottish Hills By G.Scott Johnstone

The Corbetts and Other Scottish Hills by G.Scott Johnstone

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Summary

The Corbetts & Other Scottish Hills was first published in 1990 as a companion volume to the Scottish Mountaineering Club's comprehensive guide to The Munros. This new edition has been fully updated by both previous and new authors and is complemented throughout by new mapping and a large number of new photographs.

The Corbetts and Other Scottish Hills Summary

The Corbetts and Other Scottish Hills: Scottish Mountaineering Club Hillwalkers' Guide by G.Scott Johnstone

The Corbetts & Other Scottish Hills was first published in 1990 as a companion volume to the Scottish Mountaineering Club's comprehensive guide to The Munros. This new edition has been fully updated by both previous and new authors and is complemented throughout by new mapping and a large number of new photographs. The guidebook details routes up all 222 Corbetts (Scottish hills between 2,500 ft. and 3,000 ft.) and many other popular lower hills. Other hills include popular classics such as Criffel, Tinto, The Pentlands, The Eildons, The Ochils, Ben Venue, Mount Blair, Bennachie, Stac Pollaidh, Suilven and a wide range of hills throughout the islands, from Lewis to Arran. The book has been edited by Rob Milne and Hamish Brown.

Additional information

GOR001956251
9780907521716
0907521711
The Corbetts and Other Scottish Hills: Scottish Mountaineering Club Hillwalkers' Guide by G.Scott Johnstone
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Scottish Mountaineering Trust
2002-10-05
280
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