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Now fully updated, this complete guide to all of Scotland's Munros details the latest list of 283 peaks and their localities. Gaelic pronunciation, height, climbing routes with times for both ascent and descent, OS references and difficulty rating are all included. At the rear of the book the Munros are listed by rank and alphabetically as well. New revised maps and photographs illustrate this 30-region approach with handy hints on where to stay and how best to tackle these 3000-ft plus peaks. The Munro Almanac has remained one of the most sought-after and essential rucksack guides to Scotlan's Munros and is an excellent quick-reference guide when you are on the hill.
Cameron McNeish is one of Scotland's best known hillwalkers and is a former editor of TGO magazine. He lives in Newtonmore and broadcasts regularly on TV and radio.