This although, well-illustrated guidebook is the first to describe the ascent of Scottish mountains between 2,000 and 2,500 feet, collectively known as the Grahams. There are 224 such peaks scattered widely across the whole of the country, from Galloway to the far north, and seven are on islands, including Harris and South Uist. They range from the remote rocky outcrops challenging the serious, seasoned hillwalker, to readily accessible hilltops for complete beginners. THE GRAHAMS point the way to what could be considered the ultimate challenge for those who love Scotland's hills - the ascent of all 720 Munros, Corbetts and Grahams. Anyone lucky (and determined) enough to have completed such a mammoth undertaking will know the country in a way that most others can only dream of.
Buy Grahams book by Andrew Dempster from Australia's Online Bookstore, Boomerang Books.
(234mm x 154mm x 20mm)
Publisher: Mainstream Publishing
Country of Publication:
Author Biography - Andrew Dempster
Andrew Dempster has had over 20 years experience of walking in the Scottish mountains. He completed the Munros in 1988 and the Grahams in 1997, but admits to still havinga few Corbetts left. His previous books include CLASSIC MOUNTAIN SCRAMBLES IN SCOTLAND and THE MUNRO PHENOMENON, both of which were also published by Mainstream.