Scottish Hill Tracks
First published in 1947, this is the fifth edition of Scottish Hill Tracks. With 344 routes, it is a unique resource for walkers, cyclists, riders and runners wishing to explore the network of paths, old roads and rights of way which criss-cross Scotland's hill country, from the Borders to Caithness.
Divided into 24 sections, each with its own colour map, this edition has been fully revised and features more than 100 colour photographs of the routes. Foreword by Nicholas Crane.
FREE and Exclusive to ScotWays, each book comes with a fully updated colour map insert showing all the Scottish Hill Tracks routes detailed in the book. Copies of the maps are available separately.
Remember ScotWays members get 25% off this book with the code sent out with their membership pack. If you can’t remember what it is, please contact the ScotWays office. Not a member? Why not join us.
The countryside does not stand still. As it changes the information in the book becomes dated, but you can help us keep the book up-to-date. We are working on the fully revised sixth edition of Scottish Hill Tracks. If you are interested in helping us to survey some of the hill tracks for the new edition why not have a look at the Scottish Hill Tracks Surveyor volunteer role?
If you follow one of the routes why not let us know what the journey was like? Is the description in the book still accurate or has something changed? Is a grid reference in the book not quite right? Is it a stunning walk, but a horrible cycle?
Updates to the routes that we have been informed about can be found here.