New Book

I've not paddled too many canoes, but I like the look of this book which will be published 16th March by Pesda Press costing £15.99. Here's what their press release says:

"Eddy Palmer has chosen his favourite twenty-five inland touring routes and described them in loving detail. The routes are beautifully illustrated with numerous colour photos and specially commissioned maps.
The selected routes are suitable for open canoes, sit-on-tops and touring kayaks. Many of them are multi-day trips that can be tackled as a single voyage or a series of day trips. Great variety is provided, the journeys taking place on inland lochs, sheltered sea lochs and rivers of up to Grade 2.
A wonderful book for planning, dreaming of future voyages, or sharing your experiences with non-paddling friends."

The North West Wilderness
1 Kylesku - Lochs and coast
2 The inverpolly Lochs
3 Loch Marree

The Great Glen
4 River Glass and River Beauly
5 The Great Glen
6 Glen Garry

The North East - Twixt Dee and Spey
7 River Spey
8 River Dee

Skye to Mull - West Coast Favourites
9 Loch Huorn
10 Loch Morar and Loch Nevis
11 Loch Shiel Circuit
12 Loch Sunart

Majestic Mountains and Lochs
13 Across Rannoch Moor
14 Loch Etive
15 Loch Awe
16 Balquhidder - Rob Roy Country

The Cowal Peninsula
17 Loch Lomond
18 Loch Eck to Lochgoilhead
19 Loch Ruel to Loch Striven
20 Tayvallich and Loch Sween

Perthshire and Stirlingshire
21 The Tay System - river Dochart, Loch Tay and River Tay
22 River Earn
23 River Teith

Southern Gems
River Ken, River Dee and Loch Ken
River Tweed

1 comment:

Michael said...

I used Nigel Foster's book last winter while paddling in southern Florida. This type of format is an excellent way to get 'into' a place and really see it, especially if you're from away. That one has come out for Scotland is good news. I hope they do well with it. Thanks for the posting!