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    Publisher: Sandstone Press

    Hamish's Mountain Walk: The First Traverse of the Munros in a Single Journey

    £14.99
    Describes the complete traverse of the Munros (mountains in Scotland attaining a height of 3000 feet) in a single journey. This book discusses the intricacies and challenges of the journey and also the history of the area.
    ISBN: 9781905207336
    AuthorHamish M. Brown
    Pub Date09/04/2010
    BindingPaperback
    Pages332
    Availability: In Stock

    "Hamish's Mountain Walk" describes the first complete traverse of the Munros (mountains in Scotland attaining a height of 3000 feet) in a single journey. The book is a classic of outdoor and mountaineering literature and describes not only the intricacies and challenges of the journey but also the history of the area and much else of interest.

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    "Hamish's Mountain Walk" describes the first complete traverse of the Munros (mountains in Scotland attaining a height of 3000 feet) in a single journey. The book is a classic of outdoor and mountaineering literature and describes not only the intricacies and challenges of the journey but also the history of the area and much else of interest.

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