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The Cape Wrath Trail

£7.99

Product description

The Cape Wrath Trail is the story of a 200 mile trek through some of the greatest surviving wilderness of the Highlands, told in stirring words and photographs. David Paterson has pioneered a route beginning in Fort William, which extends Scotland's best known long-distance trail - The West Highland Way - all the way to the north coast, and the inclusion of maps and route-description enables the reader to trace the path taken by the author through some of Scotland's most remote and beautiful scenery. David Paterson has acquired a track record for producing superb photo essays on landscapes as diverse as Shropshire and the Himalayas. This is his fourth book on his greatest love, the Scottish Highlands, and the first in an exciting new series of landscape/travel books from Peak Publishing, which will feature his and other photographers' work.
With over ninety pages of stunning colour photography, and seven specially drawn maps.

Excellent pages, minor wear to edges and cover.

Item details

Author(s):
David Paterson
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
Other
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0952190818
Number of pages:
125
Publisher:
Peak Publishing

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The Cape Wrath Trail is the story of a 200 mile trek through some of the greatest surviving wilderness of the Highlands, told in stirring words and photographs. David Paterson has pioneered a route beginning in Fort William, which extends Scotland's best known long-distance trail - The West Highland Way - all the way to the north coast, and the inclusion of maps and route-description enables the reader to trace the path taken by the author through some of Scotland's most remote and beautiful scenery. David Paterson has acquired a track record for producing superb photo essays on landscapes as diverse as Shropshire and the Himalayas. This is his fourth book on his greatest love, the Scottish Highlands, and the first in an exciting new series of landscape/travel books from Peak Publishing, which will feature his and other photographers' work.
With over ninety pages of stunning colour photography, and seven specially drawn maps.

Excellent pages, minor wear to edges and cover.

Author(s):
David Paterson
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
Other
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0952190818
Number of pages:
125
Publisher:
Peak Publishing

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