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The East Highland Way

The East Highland Way

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The East Highland Way was shortlisted for 'Outdoor Book of the Year' and author, Kevin Langan, was also shortlisted for 'Outdoor Personality of the Year' at the 2012 TGO Magazine Awards. 

The East Highland Way is a detailed and descriptive guide to the route developed by Kevin Langan in 2007. Beginning in Fort William and culminating in Aviemore, the trail forms a new link route between the northern end of the West Highland Way and the southern end of the Speyside Way. In addition, the route joins with the Great Glen Way at its southern point in Fort William, making this a new challenge for seasoned walkers and amateurs alike.

Not only an illustrated route description, Langan also details the plethora of wildlife to be spotted along the way in each section of the walk. The book also provides information on the various historical attractions with which the route intersects, including Old Inverlochy Castle and Kingussie’s Ruthven Barracks. Langan’s route has been optimised to engage with accommodation where possible, and these accommodation options are included in the guide.

Title The East Highland Way
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Author Kevin Langan
ISBN 9781908373403
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Binding Paperback
Author Bio KEVIN LANGAN is an experienced mountaineer and long distance walker. He developed the East Highland Way in the winter of 2007 and continues to improve and promote the route with the aim of stablishing it as a leading UK distance route.
With his involvement in large scale commercial planning projects coupled with his experience in developing award-winning outdoor products, the EHW presented Langan with an opportunity to combine his passions. Langan currently lives in Glasgow.
Back Cover Text The East Highland Way is a detailed and descriptive walking guide to the route which was developed by Kevin Langan in 2007. Beginning in Fort William and culminating in Aviemore, the trail forms a new link route between the northern end of the West Highland Way and the southern point in Fort William, making this trek a rewarding challenge for seasoned distance walkers and amateurs alike. Not simply an illustrated route description, Langan�s guide also details the plethora of wildlife to be spotted and explores the sites of historic interest along the way in each section of the walk.
Reviews There is a real need for alternative routes and The East Highland Way offers not only an alternative, but a highly attractive and challenging walk in its own right. CAMERON McNEISH

The East Highland Way was shortlisted for 'Outdoor Book of the Year' and author, Kevin Langan, was also shortlisted for 'Outdoor Personality of the Year' at the 2012 TGO Magazine Awards.
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BIC Subject Walking, hiking, trekking
BISAC Subject TRAVEL / Hikes & Walks
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