Scotland’s Winter Mountains with one axe is a book for anyone who loves the Scottish mountains. It will take you into the deep Torridonian gullies of the Northwest, along the narrow ridges of Skye’s Cullin and across the high arctic plateau of the Northern Cairngorms.
The guidebook for rock and ice climbs on Arran, Arrochar and the Southern Highlands, extending from Stob Ghabhar in the Blackmount in the north, to the crags of the Mull of Kintyre in the south.
Authored by Simon Richardson, this comprehensive guidebook covers a wide area from Ben Nevis and Aonach Mor to Creag Meagaidh and the Central Highlands.
One of the most classic a beautiful climbing areas in Scotland. Glen Coe has long been in the forefront of high standard mountain routes, two hour's travelling time for the majority of those living in Scotland, and with unrestricted access granted through the purchase of much of the area for what was then the National Trust for Scotland.
The long awaited companion to the SMC's successful Scottish Winter Climbs guidebook. This popular selected guidebook details over 1200 of the finest Scottish rock climbs. Neatly packed into one user friendly volume this is an invaluable guide, detailing the best climbs in an area currently covered by 11 comprehensive guides.
A superb full-colour guide to the finest winter climbs in Scotland. The second edition of this indispensible guidebook to winter climbing has been fully updated and expanded to detail over 900 of the finest winter climbs in Scotland, with the emphasis on the popular lower and mid-grade classics.
The Cuillin of Skye has long been regarded as one of the finest climbing areas in the UK and has always been a mecca for climbers - indeed, it can be argued that Scottish climbing began here.
Rock and ice Climbers' Guidebook to The Cairngorms area of Scotland - a definitive climbing guidebook from the Scottish Mountaineering Club. The Cairngorms all in one volume.