West Highland Way Round

The West Highland Way Round began life in 2012 as a personal alternative to the West Highland Way, a 99km loop starting and finishing in Fort William following less well walked trails through Lochaber and over Rannoch Moor. Setting out south along the West Highland Way – swimming against the tide of long distance walkers – it called at Kinlochleven and King’s House before branching east along an old drove road to Rannoch Station where the way turns north, following the Road to the Isles to remote Corrour Station before swinging west for the return via Loch Treig and Glen Nevis. In this the 40th anniversary of the West Highland Way, the guide – up until now only available as an ebook – has been fully revised and released as a paperback, now available from Amazon.

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