Covers the NW coast from 6 miles north of Ullapool (poor old Ullapool seems always on the edge of every map, or, just off it) up to just beyond Kylesku (where the old ferry used to be) and it stops 4 miles south of Scourie.
It is particularly useful for the Summer Isles - Reiff, Altandhu, Polbain, Achhiltibuie etc. as well as the islands themselves. The onward single track road from there up to Lochinver is also totally on it (nice drive), as is the more centrally-placed A837/894 coming up from Ullapool. As I have observed in a review elsewhere I don't know why map producers don't give you the option of what place you want dead-centre and then print you a one-off and mail it to you. Most of this part of Scotland is hundreds of square miles of sea or mountains with no human interest other than for cartologists, surveyors and would-be Bear Grylls-alikes...however as it happens this Landranger map number 15 does in fact feature mostly useful material, including some interesting peaks that are worth a visit, and all the main connecting roads and tracks between settlements. 2cm = 1km, roughly one-and-a-quarter inches per mile. Fine for walking and driving. Steve Riches, Northampton, UK.