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    Kintyre Way

    £12.99
    The Kintyre Way runs for 100 miles over Scotland's "mainland island", from Tarbert to Macrihanish. You pass castles, abbeys and prehistoric remains, walking on rugged coastline and forestry tracks with glorious views over Arran and towards Ireland. This third edition has been expanded to cover all route changes with large-scale mapping.
    ISBN: 9781898481812
    AuthorSandra Bardwell
    Pub Date16/03/2018
    BindingPaperback
    Pages76
    Availability: In Stock

    The Kintyre Way is fully waymarked and one of Scotland's Great Trails. It runs for 100 miles southward from the beautiful natural harbour of Tarbert to Macrihanish. You will enjoy many wildlife sightings in this peaceful area, famous as Scotland only "mainland island". Since it opened (2006) the route has changed significantly and been extended by 13 miles. The 2018 edition of this essential guidebook contains all you need to plan and enjoy your holiday: detailed mapping showing the whole route (1:65,000); the Way step-by-step, with summaries of distance, terrain and refreshment stops; habitats and wildlife; whisky-making in Kintyre; side-trip to the island of Gigha; and planning information for travel by car, ferry, bus and plane. The book is printed on rainproof paper throughout. It has over 80 colour photographs and 10 pages of mapping.

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    The Kintyre Way is fully waymarked and one of Scotland's Great Trails. It runs for 100 miles southward from the beautiful natural harbour of Tarbert to Macrihanish. You will enjoy many wildlife sightings in this peaceful area, famous as Scotland only "mainland island". Since it opened (2006) the route has changed significantly and been extended by 13 miles. The 2018 edition of this essential guidebook contains all you need to plan and enjoy your holiday: detailed mapping showing the whole route (1:65,000); the Way step-by-step, with summaries of distance, terrain and refreshment stops; habitats and wildlife; whisky-making in Kintyre; side-trip to the island of Gigha; and planning information for travel by car, ferry, bus and plane. The book is printed on rainproof paper throughout. It has over 80 colour photographs and 10 pages of mapping.