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East Highland Way

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Harvey Maps cover most major walking areas at both 1:40,000 scale and, in their Superwalker series, at 1:25,000 scale (Isle of Man 1:30,000). Harvey Maps for LDPs are in stripmap form at 1:40,000 scale with a number of panels covering the route on a single sheet. Significant deviations from the route may take you off these maps. These maps also include local and route background information. Most maps are waterproof and rugged versions.

Publication Type
Harvey Map (Stripmap) XT40 (ruggedised,folded)
Author
Harvey Map Services Ltd
ISBN
9781851375301
Date Published
2013
Size
116 x 243mm
Number of Pages
Single sided
Map Scale
1:40,000
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Supplier:

Type
Map Supplier
Address
12-22 Main Street, DOUNE, Perthshire, FK16 6BJ
Telephone
01786 841202
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Review:

Publisher's Information 2013

Entire route on one map

The East Highland Way is 132km (82 miles) from Fort William to Aviemore.

The Way forms a new link between the northern end of the West Highland Way and the southern end of the Speyside Way. It also joins the Great Glen Way at Fort William.

The route is tranquil and takes in a varied and wild landscape and includes the ancient Caledonian Forests of Inshriach, loch-side trails and mountain wilderness. Access to accommodation has been carefully considered wherever possible, making this route accessible to walkers of all abilities.

Tough, light, durable and 100% waterproof
Genuine original HARVEY mapping
Route clearly marked


Paths Covered by this Publication:

134 km / 83 miles

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