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Mallaig and Glenfinnan, Loch Shiel (Landranger Maps) Map – Folded Map, 10 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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Ordnance Survey Landranger Map #40: Mallaig and Glenfinnan" covers that portion of the West Highlands of Scotland between the town of Fort William (just off the map to the east) and the port of Mallaig, from which ferries cross the Sound of Sleat to the Isle of Skye and the Hebrides. The map's southern border skirts Lock Linnhe and Loch Sunnart; its northern boundary reaches Loch Nevis. At its more or less center is Glenfinnan, located on beautiful Loch Shiel in the midst of rugged hills. Both a road and a railroad traverse this country between Fort William and Mallaig.
Glenfinnan is home to the stunning monument honoring Bonnie Prince Charlie and the "45", the last Stuart rebellion. Prince Charlie raised his standard of revolt in Glenfinnan in 1745. SciFi fans will know Glenfinnan as the home of the fictional Connor MacLeod of the "Highlander" movies. Famed Scottish adventure writer Alistair MacLean set his novel "When Eight Bells Toll" in this same region.
Ordnance Survey Landranger Map # 40 is very highly recommended as a planning and navigation aid for any traveler planning to explore the Road to the Isles, through the heart of the West Highlands.