Skye - Sea-Cliffs and Outcrops

£25.00
The second of two definitive guides to Skye - this one covers the sea-cliffs and outcrops, not including the Cuillin. An indispensible guide for any visit to Skye.

Stock Code: COR CN043

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Skye - Sea-Cliffs and Outcrops

Skye - Sea-Cliffs and Outcrops
£25.00
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The second of two definitive guides to Skye - this one covers the sea-cliffs and outcrops, not including the Cuillin (which are covered in the companion SMC volume, Skye - The Cuillin).

An indispensible guide for any visit to Skye. The attraction of the Cuillin draws numerous climbers to the island with many ending up seeking a poor weather alternative, or a less arduous second days climbing. As a result the climbing outwith the Cuillin has probably been explored more than any other similarly remote area and there are now an equal number of routes, justifying a separate guidebook.

Covers: Portree Area (An Àird, Ollach, Camastinavaig), Trotternish (Storr, Coire Scamadal, Càrn Liath, Sgùrr a' Mhadhaidh Ruaidh, Staffin, Kilt Rock, Floodigarry, Kilmaluag - Balmacquien, Rubha Hunish, Bornesketaig), Loch Snizort and Waternish (Tòrr a' Chridh, Flashader, Greshornish, Stac Aros, Stac a' Bhothain, Caisteal an Fhithich, An Camastac, Rogheadh, Castle Crags), Durinish (Skinidin, Husabost, Am Famhair, Neist Point), Loch Bracadale and Mingnish (Harlosh Point, Struan, Oronsay, Glen Drynoch, Carbost, Fiscavaig, Na Huranan, Talisker Point, Stac an Tuill, Loch Brittle, Rubh a' Dùnain), Strath and Sleat (Elgol, Suidhe Biorach, Glasnakille, Camas Malag, Suisnish, Point of Sleat, Kyleakin), Raasay (numerous crags including Beinn na h-lolaire).

Loads of excellent colour maps, photodiagrams and action shots.

By Mark Hudson.

Plastic cover, 20cm x 12cm, marker ribbon, 336 pages.

Published 2012.

ISBN: 978-1-907233-14-2.

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