'Not another book on the Munros! But this one's different - not a coffee-table book but a 'climbing style' guidebook for actually taking on a Munro trip. The guides are aimed unashamedly at the Munro collector as is evidenced by the introductory remarks that fair-weather climbers may take a lifetime to complete the round. Surely the whole point of the Munros is that they should give us a lifetime of experiences in all weathers and in all seasons? Route descriptions are well written and clearly set out with an attractive ochre-coloured panel containing essential data about the route such as distance, times, maps, access and local accommodation. Denis Rankin, Irish Mountain Log Spring 2005
This guidebook is volume 2 of a two-part set, detailing 70 routes to 144 Munros in the Cairngorms and Northern Highlands (north of the Great Glen). It includes all the popular routes, in areas such as Knoydart, Torridon and on Skye. The guide is ideal for Munro bagging, or for guidance on walking such hills as Ben Macdui, Cairn Gorm, The Angel's Peak, Craig Meagaidh and the Cuillin on Skye. All routes prefaced by a wealth of information about Gaelic names, accommodation and access; useful 10-figure grid refererences for key points such as summits and start point of awkward descent lines; travel and other information on making the most of your walks and your stay in the area. As well as a thorough introduction covering, transport and accommodation, each route includes information on distance, ascent, and route time; as well as detailed descriptions of the walk. Volume 1 covers the Munros of the southern, central and western Scottish highlands.