Hamish Brown’s account of his epic walk has been the inspiration for generations of hillwalkers. Sandstone Press is proud to present, not a mere reprint, but a complete reimagining of the book in a modern font, with a new introduction and appendix, and a new, extended colour plate section all provided by Hamish Brown. This will be a book that every lover of the Scottish hills, and everyone who has been touched by the spirit of the outdoors will want to read and reread.;HAMISH’S MOUNTAIN WALK; The First Traverse of all the Scottish Munros in One Journey; LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS; LIST OF MAPS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; PREFACE; BY WAY OF INTRODUCTION; THE HISTORICAL SETTING; GENESIS; I — MULL, ETIVE AND GLENCOE; II — LYON AND LOCHAY; III — FURTHEST SOUTH; IV — TRANS TAY AND TUMMEL; V — THE SOUTHERN CAIRNGORMS; VI — THE MONADH RUADH; VII — LOCHABER AND BACK; VIII — LAGGAN; IX — WEST TO KNOYDART; X — QUOICH — GLENELG; XI — SKYE; XII — THE BIG GLENS: SHIEL, AFFRIC, FARRAR; XIII — TORRIDONS; XIV — FADA — FANNICH; XV — THE DEARGS AND THE NORTH.
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.
Author: Hamish M. Brown
Publisher: Sandstone Press Limited
Genre: Sports & Recreation / Mountaineering
Date Published: 2010
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