As well as many great sea lochs, tumbling rivers and iconic mountains, Oban and North Argyll also boasts ancient, wildlife-rich woodlands and several fine gardens. Add to this the Crinan Canal, often described as ‘the most beautiful shortcut in Scotland’, and some of the most important historical and archaeological sites in the country and you have all the makings of a fascinating walking destination.
From the harbourside bustle of Oban to the ancient peace of Kilmartin Glen, this guide features 40 walks over varied landscapes that take in the very best the ‘Coastland of the Gaels’ has to offer.
96 pages / 105mm x 148mm
Other walking guides for the local area are available - please see separate listings.