Hebridean Way guide book

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ndmbike
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Hebridean Way guide book

Postby ndmbike » 6 Apr 2017, 7:47pm

Just got this guide as a present.
http://www.theoffcomers.co.uk/
Clear OS maps and interesting info, as well as all the usual stuff I need when cycling.
It has got me planning on a trip to the isles soon!

mnichols
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Re: Hebridean Way guide book

Postby mnichols » 6 Apr 2017, 8:40pm

Is it a good book? I'm off to the Hebridise in September so grateful for any book recommendations that might make the trip more interesting

loch eck steve
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Re: Hebridean Way guide book

Postby loch eck steve » 12 Apr 2017, 10:43am

Not just covering the Hebridean Way but most of the Hebridean Islands ' Cycling in the Hebrides ' by Richard Barrett available from Cicerone is an excellent book with lots of useful info , highly recommended .

dodger
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Re: Hebridean Way guide book

Postby dodger » 13 Apr 2017, 8:26am

Also just received the Hebridean Way book and it looks to be excellent. The proof will be in the using and I can't wait.

mnichols
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Re: Hebridean Way guide book

Postby mnichols » 13 Apr 2017, 8:35am

I'd be quite happy with a book that wasn't specific to cycling, one that just tells me about the places to add a bit of interest as I cycle through