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Kingussie and Monadhliath Mountains (Landranger Maps) Map – Folded Map, 18 Jul 2002
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This map is part of the Landranger (Pink) series and is designed for people who really want to get to know an area. It includes the following information: tourist information, camping and caravan sites, picnic areas and viewpoints, selected places of interest and rights of way information for England and Wales. Each map in the series covers an area of 40 km by 40 km (25 miles by 25 miles) and like other Ordnance Survey maps, National Grid squares are provided so that any feature can be given a unique reference number. Perfect for planning ahead and local excursions, these maps are full of useful information that will help you really get to know an area.
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Landranger maps, at a scale of 1:50,000, provide marvelous multi-colored detail of terrain, contour, and physical structures. This map sheet is bounded on one corner by Loch Ness and Glen Albyn, on another by the A86 as it heads to Spean Bridge, on a third by Glen Feshie, and on a fourth by the holiday town of Aviemore on the A9. In the center of the mapsheet are the Monadhliath Mountains, rough, barren and with little population or road access. Unfortunately, the Monadhliaths are light on Monro-scale peaks and get less attention. The A9 corridor does offer a variety of holiday activities and attractions, including Ruthven Barracks, a ruined British stronghold dating back to the Jacobite rebellions.
Ordnance Survey Landranger #35 is very highly recommended to those planning to explore this part of the Scottish Highlands.