The calendar is spiral bound along the top, and devotes one page to each month of the year. The top 40% of each page shows a view of a Munro, with the season / weather reflecting that month of the year.
The central portion of each page describes key information regarding the pictured Munro (Name, Height, OS Map, Ascent Time, Distance, etc) and is supported by some detailed narrative written by Cameron McNeish.
The lower portion of the page is the business end, and is split into a plan map of the Munro, then the calendar information itself. The days of the month are presented in grid form, with Monday through Sunday forming the columns of the grid.
The majority of the calendar is therefore devoted to the mountains. If you are in the habit of making daily notes against individual dates of the month, then this calendar probably isn't for you, as there would be insufficient space.
If like me you only need a wall hung calendar for general reference, and enjoy the scenery of the Scottish Highlands, then this calendar fits the bill. It is good quality, and provides some magnificent photography of the Scottish Munros.
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