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Scottish Bothy Bible: The complete guide to Scotland s bothies and how to reach them Paperback – 1 Feb 2017
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This book is everything the bothy lover could want or need, beautifully produced and enormously practical... Many fine images...instantly essential addition to the bookshelf. --Trail magazine
Captivating images in this book will inspire you to sit down and plan your own bothy break... the perfect resource for veteran bothy fans. --Scottish Field magazine
an exhaustive guide, containing a wealth of 3rst-hand detail, painstakingly put together and thoughtfully laid out...Even for the armchair enthusiast, the book is so well organized and presented (with excellent maps and indexes, too) that just by reading it you feel you are learning more about the real Scotland. --Scotland Life magazine
About the Author
Geoff Allan is Scotland s premier bothy expert: founder of the Bothies on a Bike blog he has hiked, biked and slept the night in each and every Scottish bothy. Trained as a surveyor, he is a professional photographer and joint maintenance office for an MBA bothy on the Isle of Rum .He is Scottish and lives in Edinburgh.
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I'm still not sure whether it is a good idea to reveal all those beautiful places to a broader public. But then again to most people those places will remain basic shacks that smell of smoke, a lot of them hard to get to, guarded by battalions of highland midges rising from knee deep swamps and often inhabited by strange folks who think being wet and exausted first and a wee bit drunk later on is fun.
But who ever is enyoing these things should know where to do it best! Just act responsible!!
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