The most northerly of Britain's island groups, Shetland is so far removed from the rest of the UK that it usually appears as an inset on maps. Although relatively little known to those from outside the islands, Shetland is a magnificent terrain for walkers, especially those who love to really explore and get away from the beaten track. The coastal walking here includes some of the finest in the country, with superb cliffs, towering sea stacks, caves and natural arches seemingly around every corner.
This pocket guide features 40 country and coastal walks and offers something for everyone
10.5cm x 15cm
Authors Paul and Helen Webster
Published and printed in Moffat, Scotland by Pocket Mountains Ltd.