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This fully revised edition of the Scottish Mountaineering Club's original and best-selling guidebook The Munros describes the best walking routes on Scotland's 282 mountains above 3000ft.

Comprehensive descriptions in this definitive guide recommend ascent and descent routes for each of the Munros and their 226 subsidiary Tops, with maps of the peaks and principal surrounding hills to help you plan the most enjoyable journeys through Scotland's wild landscape. The descriptions are brought to life throughout with vivid photography that illustrates the dramatic beauty of these much-loved mountains.

In addition to routes themselves the book contains Munro's Tables, a complete list of the 508 Munros and subsidiary Tops, listed in height order.

Whether you are an occasional walker looking for inspiration or a dedicated Munroist planning to tick off your next peak, The Munros is essential reading for any hillwalking enthusiast.

Publication date: February 2021
Title: The Munros
Authors: Rab Anderson and Tom Prentice
Imprint: Scottish Mountaineering Club
ISBN: 978-1-907233-38-8
Edition: Fourth
Size: 245mm x 180mm portrait
Extent: 384 pages
Cover: Hardback
Retail Price: £30.00

About the SMC

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The SMC produces a number of Hillwalkers' Guides including the best and most popular guides to the Munros, Corbetts, Grahams and Donalds, together with a series of area guidebooks covering all of Scotland. In addition, it produces Scramblers' Guides and the definitive series of Climbers' Guidebooks covering summer and winter climbing in Scotland.

SMC guidebooks are published by the Scottish Mountaineering Press. The Scottish Mountaineering Press is a wholly owned subsidiary of a charity, the Scottish Mountaineering Trust, to whom we channel all of our profits. At the SMP we promote and share Scotland's natural wonders by embracing the creativity and art born out of an explorer spirit, and by celebrating the endeavour and joy in a life lived outdoors.

About the Authors

Rab Anderson edited the previous SMC guidebook to The Munros, as well as The Corbetts. He has written or contributed to various guidebooks for the SMC, most recently the Climbers' Guide to the Outer Hebrides (co-author) and the acclaimed Hillwalkers' Guide to The Grahams & The Donalds (co-author and co-editor). Rab lives in Edinburgh.

Tom Prentice co-edited the SMC Hillwalkers' Guide to The Grahams and The Donalds. From his home in Glasgow he has made a career out of photographing and writing about Scotland's mountains, contributing to magazines, newspapers, radio and television, as well as authoring and publishing numerous books.



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19 Jan
Just bought a copy via the link from SMC and its currently reduced to £24 delivered Excellent value

https://scottishmountaineeringpress.com/product/the-munros-smc/

26 Jan

Snap !

1 Feb
Received my copy today Just had a quick scan through and it appears to be a vastly improved version of what was already the definitive guide. Well worth the money.

Only problem with it is .... I cant get there :-(

Looking good isn't it? We're working on a review


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