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100 Scotsman Walks100 Scotsman Walks
From hill to glen and river
by Robin Howie

WAS £16.99 - NOW £13.49 Hillwalking is a way of life for Robin Howie, whose name is very well-known in Scottish hillwalking circles and whose knowledge of the Scottish high tops is second to none. For over ten years his popular weekly hillwalking column has appeared in The Scotsman wh... more...
349 Views of Scotland349 Views of Scotland
by David Squires

WAS £18.99 - NOW £15.00 Anyone who has walked or climbed in Scotland will sooner or later come across a view indicator – one of the discs or plates which identify surrounding features in the landscape. This is the first full-length work devoted to these devices. Since the first ... more...
4000m4000m
Climbing the Highest Mountains of the Alps
by Dave Wynne-Jones

WAS £25.00 - NOW £19.95 This is the engrossing story of the seasons the author spent climbing 4000m mountains in the different regions of the Alps. It is also about the people with whom he climbed who found time out of their day-to-day routine for this extraordinary activity. He expla... more...
A Countryside CameraA Countryside Camera
The photography of Roger Redfern
by Christopher Nicholson

WAS £12.99 - NOW £10.25 Roger Redfern – author, writer and photographer – had been writing about his travels and exploration of different areas of Britain and abroad for over 50 years, most notably as a regular contributor to The Guardian newspaper’s Country Diary fe... more...
A High and Lonely Place A High and Lonely Place
2nd Edition
by Jim Crumley

WAS £15.99 - NOW £12.75 In the nine years since it was first published, A High and Lonely Place has become a classic of Scottish nature writing and of the literature of our mountains. It has also become a much-quoted source of inspiration to those who champion the cause of our wild pl... more...
A Year in a DitchA Year in a Ditch
by J C Jeremy Hobson

WAS £16.99 - NOW £13.49 Rivers, canals and Britain’s glorious waterways are championed and admired at every opportunity. They are the subject of countless photos, television programmes and books – and are places to visit and enjoy whenever considering a walk in the country... more...
Alone in the WildernessAlone in the Wilderness
by Mike  Tomkies

WAS £18.99 - NOW £15.00 This is the story of a man who achieved what thousands only dream of. He shed the pressures of urban life as an international journalist and exchanged it for solitude, self-sufficiency and new purpose. He emigrated to Canada, found a plot of rock, trees and cli... more...
Between Earth and ParadiseBetween Earth and Paradise
by Mike  Tomkies

WAS £18.99 - NOW £15.00 After giving up a hectic life as a journalist in Europe and Hollywood in the late 1960s to return to his boyhood love of nature, Mike Tomkies found Eilean Shona, a remote island 'between earth and paradise' off the west coast of Scotland. There he rebui... more...
Brother NatureBrother Nature
by Jim Crumley

WAS £16.99 - NOW £13.49 Acclaimed nature writer Jim Crumley turns his poet's instinct, his naturalist's eye, and occasionally his camera on his core territory in Highland Perthshire to produce a book of rare intimacy. Brother Nature is based on thirty years of exploring and... more...
Canals Across ScotlandCanals Across Scotland
Walking, Cycling, Boating, Visiting
by Hamish Brown

WAS £16.99 - NOW £13.49 This entertaining and informative book will be of practical benefit to all who discover the historic Union Canal and the Forth & Clyde Canal, whether walking, cycling, boating or visiting the Falkirk Wheel or the Kelpies. The canals are for fun, whether on ... more...
Eating DiamondsEating Diamonds
by Loren Cruden

WAS £15.95 - NOW £12.70 The richness and necessity of living in harmony with a natural environment. Extract from the Foreword by Jim Crumley '...There is a certain gentle charm at work in these pages. The participatory relationship with nature is compassionate rather than confr... more...
Hadrian's WildlifeHadrian's Wildlife
by John Miles

WAS £16.99 - NOW £13.49 Built in the years AD122-30 by order of the Emperor Hadrian ‘to separate Romans from Barbarians’, Hadrian's Wall was 73 miles long, running from Wallsend-on-Tyne to Bowness on the Solway Firth. It was originally almost 5 metres high with 16 larg... more...
Horse Welfare, Use not AbuseHorse Welfare, Use not Abuse
by Christopher Hall

WAS £18.99 - NOW £15.00 This book is dedicated to the protection of horses, ponies and donkeys and is based on first-hand international experience from a lifetime spent with horses – hunting, racing and welfare – whether with The Pony Club, The Jockey Club or international... more...
Just Before DawnJust Before Dawn
The Creation of a Wildlife Sanctuary
by May Parker

WAS £16.99 - NOW £13.49 An inspiring story of a wildlife haven The author describes the glorious but laborious work of converting what had been a general dumping-ground to a rich and productive wildlife haven. As work progressed, May took many photographs and kept observations of t... more...
Listen to the TreesListen to the Trees
by Don MacCaskill

WAS £16.99 - NOW £13.49 In his introduction, Don MacCaskill wrote modestly, 'I think I became a naturalist'. He was, in fact, one of Scotland's foremost naturalists and a remarkable wildlife photographer as well. In a flashback to his early years in Kilmartin, a village in... more...
Literature of the Gaelic LandscapeLiterature of the Gaelic Landscape
Litreacheas na Tìre
by John Murray

WAS £16.99 - NOW £13.49 From the comfort of an armchair and with the aid of this new book, the reader can travel to the Breadalbane and Argyll of Duncan Bàn Macintyre; the Skye and Raasay of Sorley Maclean; and the Caithness and Sutherland of Neil M. Gunn. Photographs, maps and... more...
MediterraneanMediterranean
A year around a charmed and troubled sea
by Huw Kingston

WAS £19.99 - NOW £15.99 Huw's journey around the shores that gave birth to Western Civilisation is a modern odyssey that reminds us not only of this but also that a real and endlessly fascinating world is still out there… Quote from Tim Macartney-Snape, first Australia... more...
Reading The Gaelic LandscapeReading The Gaelic Landscape
Leughadh Aghaidh na Tìre
by John Murray

WAS £16.99 - NOW £13.49 How many people have looked at a map of the Highlands and been intrigued and yet, at the same time, felt excluded by the wealth and strangeness of the place names recorded? Reading the Gaelic Landscape is a must for anyone who is interested in the Scottish High... more...
Running South AmericaRunning South America
with my Husband and other animals
by Katharine Lowrie

WAS £19.99 - NOW £15.99 It is the story of two everyday runners, Katharine and David, who decided to take on a continent and learn how to run again – barefoot, pushing their bodies and minds to levels they had never considered possible in a bid to become the first in the world t... more...
Scotland's HeritageScotland's Heritage
A photographic journey
by John Hannavy

WAS £18.99 - NOW £15.00 Scotland’s Heritage is a unique book. It combines John Hannavy’s stunning and original photography of Scotland with an engaging narrative on the country’s evolution from 4000 BC to the present day, using both the author’s own account of ... more...
Scott's Forgotten SurgeonScott's Forgotten Surgeon
Dr. Reginald Koettlitz, Polar Explorer
by Aubrey A. Jones

WAS £18.99 - NOW £15.00 '...In this year celebrating the centenary of the conquering of the South Pole … it is more than fitting to have one of the unregarded figures of Antarctic history brought into the limelight of remembrance'. Extract from Introduction by Dr. Ross ... more...
Seton Gordon's CairngormsSeton Gordon's Cairngorms
An Anthology
by Hamish Brown

WAS £25.00 - NOW £19.95 Seton Gordon really created himself as naturalist, photographer and writer, the first such in the country, his first book appearing when he was eighteen. In all he wrote 27 books, two specifically about the Cairngorms where he grew up and first explored and ret... more...
Seton Gordon's ScotlandSeton Gordon's Scotland
An Anthology
by Hamish Brown

WAS £19.99 - NOW £15.99 Seton Gordon was only a boy when he began exploring the Cairngorms, fascinated by its wildlife and seeking to photograph all he saw - he later became a pioneer naturalist, photographer and folklorist. He wrote about the land that is Scotland, her flora and faun... more...
Solo Round ScotlandSolo Round Scotland
The first single-handed circumnavigation by boat and bike
by Alan Rankin

WAS £18.99 - NOW £15.00 In April 2006 the author became the first person to single-handedly circumnavigate Scotland by boat and bike. Setting out on this ultimate adventure from Kirkcudbright on the Solway Firth, Alan sailed around Scotland on a 50-foot yacht to the north-east coast o... more...
Something Out ThereSomething Out There
by Jim Crumley

WAS £14.95 - NOW £11.90 'Like many a Highland glen, the Fathan Ghlinne should be wooded but isn't. But I have sat long and often and listened to the ancient river speech, to the windsong of three birches and a rowan, the rowan above a meeting of waterfalls which should be a po... more...
The Joy of ClimbingThe Joy of Climbing
by Terry Gifford

WAS £19.95 - NOW £15.90 A celebration of Terry Gifford's classic climbs. Finalist in the Mountain Literature category of the prestigious Banff Mountain Book Festival The Joy of Climbing is the result of a search through Britain, Europe and America for the esoteric gems at the ... more...
The Mountains Look on MarrakechThe Mountains Look on Marrakech
A trek along the Atlas Mountains
by Hamish Brown

WAS £19.99 - NOW £15.99 After an initial visit of three months to the Atlas Mountains in 1965, well-known travel writer, climber and photographer Hamish Brown has been back every year since, and this book is something of a love story about one man's lifelong devotion to the Atlas ... more...
Three Men on the Way WayThree Men on the Way Way
A Story of Walking the West Highland Way
by Hamish Brown

WAS £14.99 - NOW £11.99 The West Highland Way is Scotland’s first official Long Distance Route and runs near 100 miles from Milngavie to Fort William. It was nicknamed the 'Way Way' by a trio from Fife who set off to walk it in the year of the Millennium. This is not a g... more...

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