Rugged, wild, sparsely-populated and gouged by misty sea lochs, South Argyll was once known in Old Gaelic as Airer Goidel, the ‘Coast of the Gaels’, and remains a place apart.

The hills and glens here are steeped in history and littered with standing stones, hillforts and castles, as well as unique wildlife-rich habitats created by the warming Gulf Stream.

This book explores the very best of Knapdale, Kintyre and the Cowal coast, as well as the Isles of Gigha and Bute, with walks to suit all abilities, many of which utilise the long-distance walking trails that criss-cross the area.

96 pages / 105mm x 148mm

Other walking guides for the local area are available - please see separate listings.

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