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    Ayrshire: 40 Coast And Country Walks
    Phil Turner - Paperback - Pocket Mountains
    The county of Ayrshire is located on the Firth of Clyde on the beautiful West Coast of Scotland and is known as one of the most fertile areas of the country, famed for its cattle and crops. Although more industrial to the north, it is in the main a landscape made for walking with an abundance of open countryside and rugged little hills, golden sandy beaches and beautiful sunsets. This guide features 40 mostly moderate walks full of interest which explore all aspects of the region, from craggy cliffs and caves to historic castles, ancient forests to sandy shorelines.
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    Arran: 40 Favourite Walks
    Phil Turner - Paperback - Pocket Mountains
    With dramatic mountain ridges towering over the moorland of its northern half, and a lusher, softer landscape in the south, Arran is often dubbed as Scotland in miniature. This book features 40 of the author's favourite walks around the island.
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    The Ayrshire And Arran Coastal Paths
    Keith Fergus - Paperback - Cicerone
    The coastal paths of Ayrshire and Arran cover a total of 160 miles over a range of terrain, from broad sandy beaches to woodland, farm tracks and old coach roads. Divided into 11 stages, the routes in this guide offer an introduction to long distance walking, as well as a fresh perspective to Scotland's varied landscape.
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    Argyll & Lochaber
    Zoƫ Sayer - Paperback - Sigma
    This book contains 30 pushchair-friendly walks through the spectacular scenery of Oban, Fort William, Argyll Forest and the Mull of Kintyre. Each walk has a simple at-a-glance key, a map and route description and information on refreshments and changing facilities.
  • Cover scan of The AA 100 Walks In Scotland
    The AA 100 Walks In Scotland
    - Paperback - AA
    Each book in this series offers highlights of the area, its regional and topographical features, plus information on footpath signing, countryside access, walking tips and safety guidelines. The 100 walks cover the area in detail, with the distance of each ranging from two to ten miles depending on the terrain.
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    Aberdeen And Royal Deeside Walks
    - Paperback - Crimson
    With 28 colour-coded routes to choose from, all tried and tested by seasoned walkers and varying from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, there is a walk to suit everyone in this guide.
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    Along The Fife Coastal Path: A Guide For Walkers And Visitors
    Hamish M. Brown - Paperback - Mercat
    Skirting the spectacular Fife shoreline, the Fife Coastal Path offers an ideal way to sample the area's rich heritage. This guidebook introduces visitors and walkers to its wealth of castles, churches, harbours, milestones and red-roofed 'little houses'.
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    At The Edge: Walking The Atlantic Coast Of Ireland And Scotland
    Joseph Murphy - Paperback - Sandstone
    'At the Edge' tells the story of a 1500 kilometre walk from the southwest corner of Ireland to the northwest corner of Scotland. By following the Atlantic coast all the way, Joseph Murphy links the most vibrant Gaelic communities.
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    Aviemore And The Cairngorms: 40 Shorter Walks
    Paul Webster - Paperback - Pocket Mountains
    'Aviemore and the Cairngorms' features 40 shorter walks, including many perfect for families, stretching from the ancient region of Badenoch and the uppermost reaches of the Spey Valley, through the outdoor hub of Aviemore to Grantown and Tomintoul, then over Ballater and Royal Deeside to Braemar.
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    The Arran Coastal Way
    Jacquetta Megarry - Paperback - Rucksack Readers
    A guide to the Arran Coastal Way, perhaps Scotland's finest circular long-distance trail, running 65 miles around the Isle of Arran.

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