With some of the most varied and beautiful landscape in the world, walking and climbing in Scotland is amongst the most rewarding to be found - despite rain and midges!
From wild coastal and island stravaiging to spectacular peaks, Scottish walking guides and literature reflect that glorious variety and the freedom to be found in the remote and high places.
Autobiography of the former Leader of the Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team.
Climbing the highest peaks in every county in Britain
The story of the 1985 expedition to climb Everest by the north-east ridge. Shortlisted for the Boardman-Tasker Award.
The definitive guide to walking the mountains of North-west Scotland
Many of Scotland's finest mountains are neglected by walkers, purely because they lack a few metres in height.
A modern classic of climbing literature which came about from Mal Duff's invitation to Greig to join a Karakoram expedition to conquer the Mustagh Tower - despite Greig having no climbing experience!
Hamish M Brown
The definitive guide to climbing the mountains above 3000 feet in Scotland
The first Scotswoman to climb all seven highest mountains on the seven continents and the oldest woman to climb Everest.
Volume 3 explores the dramatic landscape of the Northern Central Highlands.
Roger A Redfern
A classic outdoor book by the much-loved writer and presenter.