The Rob Roy Way is a long-distance walk from Drymen to Pitlochry. It runs for 77 miles (124 kilometres) along some of Scotland's finest lochs and glens, using historic footpaths, a cycle route, forest tracks and some minor road. Many places are linked with Scotland's most famous outlaw, Rob Roy MacGregor (1671-1734). The Rob Roy Way offers superb scenery, and gets you away from the crowds following the West Highland Way.
This guidebook contains all you need to plan and enjoy your holiday on the Rob Roy Way:
• Section descriptions cover distance, terrain and food/drink
• Visitor attractions, side-trips and hills to climb
• Planning information for travel by car, train, bus or plane
• Section on Rob Roy MacGregor, written by Rennie McOwan
• Background on pre-history, heritage and wildlife
• Drop-down map showing the Rob Roy Way in five panels (1:110,000)
• In full colour, with over 75 photographs
• On water-resistant paper throughout
The Rob Roy Way was recently recognised as one of Scotland's Great Trails and the route is now fully waymarked. This revised third edition celebrates this large stride forward. It also fully documents various important route improvements, notably the offroad section from Aberfeldy to Grandtully (2008) and both the approach to, and bypass of, Callander (2011).
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