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Publications

The SMC offers a diverse number of publications, appealing to all outdoor enthusiasts. These pages present a summary of our offerings, in addition to our annual Journal.

Profits from our guidebooks go to the Scottish Mountaineering Trust which is a Scottish-registered charity. Purchasing an SMC publication therefore helps the Scottish mountain environment. See the SMT pages for more details of what they do.

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  The Grahams & The Donalds   Probably the most significant contribution to Scottish hillwalking in recent times, this is the first and only colour definitive guidebook to The Grahams & The Donalds and follows in the footsteps of the Scottish Mountaineering Club's best selling guidebooks to The Munros and The Corbetts. There are colour location maps of each group, together with their neighbouring hills, plus 175 detailed...
 

  The Munros   2013 Revised Edition. This revision of the Scottish Mountaineering Club's definitive hillwalkers' guidebook to the Munros reflects the recent demotion of Beinn a' Chlaidheim in the Fisherfield Hills, reducing the total number of Munros to 282. In addition, descriptions and maps throughout the book have been comprehensively revised to reflect changes to routes and access points. Since its first...
 

  The Corbetts and Other Scottish Hills   2002. The companion guide to The Munros, describing the recommended routes up all 219 Corbetts (Scottish hills between 2500 and 3000 feet in height), plus many other popular 'lesser hills' from the Pentlands and the Campsie Fells to the Outer Hebrides. Includes over 200 colour illustrations and 187 maps. Hardback, 280 pages. Also see the GPS Data Set for use with GPS units here
 

  North-West Highlands   2004. An essential guidebook to the northern part of Scotland for all walkers and climbers. The book covers a vast area from the Great Glen to the North Coast. Comprehensive coverage of the Munros, Corbetts, Grahams and other hills; including Ardnamurchan, Knoydart, Applecross, Torridon, the Fannaichs, Coigach and Assynt. Fully illustrated in colour with detailed maps and sections on history,...
 

  Islands of Scotland Including Skye   OUT OF PRINT - NEW BOOK IN PROGRESS Detailed coverage of the hills of Skye and the islands of Scotland, among the finest mountain and seascape scenery in Europe. Illustrated in colour with maps and sections on history, fauna, flora, geology and land use. Hardback, 406 pages.
 

  Southern Highlands   A far-ranging guide to the area readily accessible to most of Scotland's population; from the Central Belt north to the Rannoch Moor, west to Oban, and east to Fife. The guide covers all of the principal hills, including 45 Munros. Fully illustrated in colour with detailed maps and sections on history, fauna, flora, geology and land use. Hardback, 214 pages.
 

  Central Highlands   The heartland of the Scottish mountains, bounded by Rannoch Moor, the Great Glen, and Drumochter Pass. Includes Ben Nevis and the Grey Corries, The Mamores, Glen Coe and Ben Cruachan as well as the Laggan, Drumochter and Monadh Liath hills. Colour illustrations, maps, sections on history, fauna, flora, geology & land use. Hardback, 210 pages.
 

  The Cairngorms   A comprehensive guide to routes on the Munros, Corbetts, Grahams and other hills in NE Scotland, from its arctic-like high plateaux, to the Moray Firth and North Sea coasts. Written by the acknowledged area expert. Illustrated in colour with maps and sections on history, fauna, flora, geology and land use. Hardback, 262 pages.
 
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