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Scotland Green Guide by Michelin
Michelin Green Guide Scotland
Michelin also makes a series of touring guides known as THE GREEN GUIDE, the perfect travel companion: a discerning and up-to-date source of information. Practical and comprehensive, it offers suggestions on what to see and what to do, background on history and cultural heritage and a selection of hotels and restaurants. An ideal guide for the independent tourist, THE GREEN GUIDE explores destinations both near and far. Sights are rated -*** 'worth a journey', ** 'worth a detour' and * 'interesting'. Maps and itineraries make planning easy, whether visiting the highlights or venturing off the beaten track. Travel with THE GREEN GUIDE for an exciting and memorable experience.

The northernmost territory of the British Isles is famous for the rugged beauty of the landscape and a bracing climate as well as for a sophisticated urban scene and the vigour of its people. Enjoy the myriad outdoor activities and the lively Highland games which are part of the romance of Scotland.

A premier map and guide publisher for over 100 years, Michelin maps are a world-class choice for driving adventures! When it comes to traveling by automobile, particularly in Europe, Michelin maps are a useful tool in any glove box.
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Scottish Highlands: Landscapess Series by Sunflower Books
Scottish Highlands: Landscapess Series by Sunflower Books
Written by Stephen Whitehorne, one of Scotland's best-known photographer/authors, this book brings to life some of the most breathtaking scenery in the British Isles. Stephen has explored every nook and cranny of the Highlands and Skye ­ as well as the mountaintops. The Highlands are one of Europe's last great wilderness areas, one of the few remaining landscapes where genuine solitude can be sought and where the luxuries of silence and space abound.

While the tourist boards tend to perpetuate the myths of kilt and bagpipe, the Loch Ness monster and romantic Medieval castles, most people visit Scotland for the reality ­ for the beauty and great diversity of its scenery, to discover remote lochs, atmospheric glens and dramatic mountains. The car tours, picnics and walks in this book will allow you to discover the very best the Highlands have to offer, whether from your seat in the car, out on a short stroll or committed to an energetic mountain hike.

The photographic images in this book ­ all of calendar quality ­ will whet your appetite and remain a wonderful souvenir of your holiday in the Highlands.

Best months for walking: May to September

Where to Stay: the book covers such a large area that users are assumed to be likely to tour by car, taking in the walks en route. This being the case, we recommend following the car tour routes and choosing convenient accommodation from the wide choice of centres that are available.
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