by Scottish Mountaineering Club .
Written in English
|Series||Scottish Mountaineering Club. Guide books|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||235|
The Cairngorms: Scottish Mountaineering Club Climbers' Guide. Paperback – 1 Nov. by Andy Nisbet (Author), Allen Fyffe (Author), Simon Richardson (Author), Wilson Moir (Author), John Lyall (Author) & 2 more. out of 5 stars 1 rating.5/5(1). Published October This brand new, fully comprehensive guide covers all of the summer and winter climbing in both the northern and southern Cairngorms area. PVC enspsulated softback cover with page marker ribbon. pages with 51 colour photo-diagrams, 11 line art diagrams, 10 colour maps and 60 colour action pictures. 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. This, the next in the SMC's brand new series of Climbers' Guides, covers all the summer and winter climbing in the northern and southern Cairngorms area. "The Cairngorms" all in one , the next in the SMC's brand new series of "Climbers' Guides", covers all the summer and winter climbing in the northern and southern Cairngorms title includes a number of the most popular and well-known climbing areas in the s: 1.
Arran, Arrochar and the Southern Highlands. The Cairngorms. The Scottish Mountaineering Club Facebook Instagram. The Cairngorms National Park is a fantastic place to hone your climbing and mountaineering skills or to develop a lifelong interest. There are lots of highly trained guides available in the area to help you explore the best the Park has to offer - see business listings below. The Cairngorms National Park () is the largest national park in the UK, more than twice the size of the Lake District. It stretches from Aviemore in the north to the Angus Glens in the south, and from Dalwhinnie in the west to Ballater and Royal Deeside in the east. The Cairngorms are a mountainous region of Scotland, named after the 1,metre (4, ft) Cairn Gorm mountain which overlooks Aviemore, the main town in the central region is an area of high granite plateau at about 1, metres (3, ft), deeply dissected by long glacial valleys running roughly north–south. There are mountain peaks on the individual plateaux between the valleys.
About this book This is the fully updated sixth edition of this superb winter climbing guide to the best routes in the Cairngorms and on Creag Meagaidh, Lochnagar and Braeriach. With a complete range of various difficulties, lengths and styles, from straightforward to exceptionally difficult. Buy Winter Climbs in the Cairngorms: Including the Cairngorms, Lochnagar and Creag Meagaidh (Cicerone Guide) by Fyffe, Allen (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Free UK delivery on eligible orders. However, Wilderness guide Peter Grant, a native Highlander, has sussed out 5 great walking routes for all levels of fitness. Get the first in a series of 5 here. Each blog contains a route description and GPX file. Explore The Cairngorms National Park with us and enjoy hiking the area with a knowledgable Wilderness Guide. Arguably the definitive guidebooks to climbing in Scotland, the SMC books fom a series of clear and easy to use guides for the key climbing areas, all in a handy, pocket sized, laminated paperback. The Cairngorms guide is a fully comprehensive guide covering all of the summer and winter climbing in both the northern and southern Cairngorms area.