The Great Glen Way: Fort William to Inverness Two-Way Trail Guide by Paddy Dillon

Walking the Great Glen Way by Paddy Dillon
Walking the Great Glen Way by Paddy Dillon
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The walk from Fort William to Inverness in Scotland is a spectacular one. And this guide by outdoor writer Paddy Dillion is just the ticket to keep you on the right track.

The Great Glen Way is 79 miles long and the trail includes easy, level stretches along the Caledonian Canal, forest tracks, lakeside paths, old droves and military roads, with stretches of heather moorland and city suburbs along the way.

One of Scotland's long distance routes, the way follows a ruler-straight valley along an ancient geological fault line and is an ideal introduction to this type of walking.

The guidebook provides the walker with practical information, maps and clear route descriptions for every stage of the trail and it fits nicely in your coat pocket - perfect!

The Great Glen Way: Fort William to Inverness Two-Way Trail Guide by Paddy Dillon, £14.95, published by www.cicerone.co.uk