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The Munros: Scottish Mountaineering Club Hillwalkers' Guide Hardcover – 15 Apr 2006
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Fabulous photos and good diagrams make this the best. It's no substitute for a map though, but I did find a photocopy of the relevant page handy tucked in to my case behind the map.
Easy to follow the routes and several choices suggested for each Munro.
The diagrams of ascents are not so easy to follow when you are preparing your walk the night before (unlike Cameron McNeish's book which has very good drawings of routes)
All in all however I much prefer this book and well worth the price
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It's a great book collecting all the Munros and providing general guidance on the hikes. The maps are a bit hard to read and do not include full mapping of the different routes,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Adrienn Szigeti
Really great and should be extremely useful when I get out into those amazing landscapes.
Almost certainly an essential Bible for 'doing the rounds'
Lovely... Read more
The classicMunro book this is the book and most of the profit goes back to Mountains a win win for lovers of these great hills.Published 13 months ago by Heavy