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Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Footprint Handbooks
Publication Date: 2013
|Dimensions: 7.00 X 4.25 (inches)|
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The Northwest Highlands is the Scotland of mist-shrouded glens, towering mountain peaks, windswept purple heather hillsides and brooding lochs. Explore this mysterious land with the aid of FootprintFocus, which will guide you to the best of the Northwest Highlands’ accommodation, restaurants, tours, and tips on spotting the Loch Ness Monster.
· Essentials section with useful advice on getting to and around the Northwest Highlands
· Comprehensive, up-to-date listings of where to eat, sleep and seek adventure
· Includes information on tour operators and activities, from dolphin cruises to mountain hiking.
· Detailed maps for the Northwest Highlands.
· Slim enough to fit in your pocket.
With detailed information on all the main sights, plus many lesser-known attractions, FootprintFocus Northwest Highlands of Scotland (Includes Inverness, Fort William, Glen Coe, Wester Ross & Ullapool) provides concise and comprehensive coverage of Scotland’s most wild and exhilarating region.
The content of the Footprintfocus Northwest Highlands of Scotland (Includes Inverness, Fort William, Glen Coe, Wester Ross & Ullapool) guide has been extracted from the Scotland Highlands and Islands Footprint Handbook.
When Alan Murphy upped sticks and left the fleshpots of Dundee to start his own seaweed-collecting business on a remote island croft, many saw it as a cry for kelp. But Alan not only survived several bleak Hebridean winters, he went on to found a sanctuary for wayward seal pups and devoted the next 10 years of his life to working with young stray marine mammals. Later, following a chance encounter with the editor of Footprint’s South American Handbook in a sleazy salsa bar in Soho, London, Alan turned his hand to travel writing, trading the rain swept peat moors of northern Scotland for the steamy jungles of South America to research and write Footprint guides to Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador and Venezuela. But the pull of his homeland was too strong and Alan eventually returned to Scotland to write new Footprint guides to Scotland, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Scotland Highlands & Islands. Alan now resides in the bohemian Somerset market town of Frome with his wife and three children.