Trailblazer guidebooks provide practical information on specific routes in less accessible parts of the world.
 — Wanderlust

For Trailblazer

Trailblazer Guides are produced by people who know exactly what information is needed - not just to get from A to B but to be entertaining as well as informative.
- The Great Outdoors

I've said it before and I'll say it again, Trailblazer guides take some beating.
- Adventure Travel

Wonderful handbooks
- The Bookseller

Engagingly written — all the guides from this stable are first class
- Traveller

Trailblazer guidebooks provide practical information on specific routes in less accessible parts of the world.
- Wanderlust

Practical guidebooks for the more adventurous traveller.
- The Herald

Guides that will send you packing.
- Today

Worth watching out for.
- John Cleare

These Trailblazer guides … are a godsend for independent travelers.
- Travel & Leisure

a very enjoyable read.
- Backpack

Recommended.
- Walk magazine

Jim Manthorpe's excellent Pembrokeshire Coast Path
- New York Times

It felt totally alien to be ditching my OS maps after 3 days as they were completely superfluous to requirements given the detail in your guide.
- M Davies

For Adventure Cycle-Touring Handbook

The author, Stephen Lord, is an example to us all. He used to be a banker but he chucked it in to cycle the world.
- Matt Rudd, The Sunday Times

Essential for anyone planning a mammoth cycle trip.
- Wanderlust

a real bible for adventure cyclists
- Cycle, CTC, December 2015/January 2016

Inspiring...and gives plenty of advice on where to get more specific help.
- VeloVision

Very useful for cyclists going further afield.
- Cycle magazine

An excellent investment
- The Sunday Times

Recommended in "First time...Cycle touring" by Rob Penn
- Wanderlust

The definitive guide to how, where, why and what to do on a cycle expedition...
- Adventure Travel Magazine

Solid gold, and a joy to read.
- www.crazyguyonabike.com

This extensive bible covers all you need to know.
- Cycling Active

For Adventure Motorcycling Handbook

... all you need to know about adventuring by bike
- Adventure Bike Rider

if you only ever buy one book on adventure riding then make it this one.
- Rust 8, April 2016

Most highly recommended.
- Overland Expo, USA

...vital reading for anyone contemplating an overland adventure.
- Motorcycle Mojo (USA)

hugely inspirational and always gives me a little shiver of excitement when I open it
- Overland Magazine, April 2016

without a doubt the best adventure motorcycling reference book available
- Adventure Rider, Kiwi Steve

'The first thing we did was buy the Adventure Motorcycling Handbook'
- Ewan McGregor, The Long Way Round

every biker would do well to read this book even if no trips are planned - because I defy anyone not to have a plan, or the urge to plan, once you reach the back cover.
- London Bikers

There is simply no other resource with such a broad spectrum of traveling wisdom – mechanical, cultural, and anecdotal.
- Adventure Motorcycle Magazine, Sept-Oct 2016 (USA)

Fortunately, I had Chris Scott's indispensible 'Adventure Motorcycling Handbook' up my sleeve, which clearly outlines the unwritten rules.
- Dan Walsh [in the Sahara], Bike magazine 500th issue (Dec 2014)

This is one of those must have books
- Overland magazine

˜Whether you're just dreaming of an adventure, or you've already started planning, you must read this book ... Chris Scott's a veteran of serious travel.
- Bike Magazine (UK)

A fountain of knowledge
- Adventure Bike Rider, 2016

... a gritty, honest, hard won review of what actually works and what you really need to ride a motorcycle overland.
- Overland International (USA)

not just essential motorcycle adventure research, it's essential motorcycle adventure literature reading.
- The Riders Digest.co.uk

Top 10 of greatest moments in adventure motorcycling
- Adventure Bike Rider, April 2016

(AMH6) is just about the most comprehensive travel book I have ever read.
- Adventure Rider

The first edition of the Adventure Motorcycling Handbook ... inspired motorcyclists across the world and launched the motorcycle websites that today bring bikers together to share information and plan their overland adventures.
- The Daily Telegraph

...one of those essential volumes that belongs on every biker's bookshelf.
- The Rider's Digest

The book the serious travellers refer to
- Ride, April 2016

This book has, pound for pound, more hard facts and information about international motorcycle touring than anything else around
- webBikeWorld

If you're planning an overland adventure the AMH should be on your checklist right next to 'motorcycle' and 'passport'.
- Trailbike Magazine

...a brilliantly informative, yet entertaining read for any motorcyclist with a dash of wanderlust.
- Motorcycle Monthly

˜The book that I can say, without exaggeration, helped to change my life
- Lois Pryce, Overland Journal (USA)

For Australia by Rail

The best guide
- Wanderlust

For Azerbaijan with excursions to Georgia

An excellent guidebook with useful maps
- The Guardian

Invaluable
- The Financial Times

Very comprehensive coverage
- Caspian Business News (Azerbaijan)

Mark Elliott could make even an Azeri feel like he doesn't know Azerbaijan
- Baku Sun (Azerbaijan)

Brilliant, a masterpiece
- The Guardian

Recommended
- The Independent on Sunday

For Coast to Coast Path: St Bees to Robin Hood's Bay

The numerous detailed walking maps ... make planning your hike all the more easy.
- Trek & Mountain

An outstandingly good value and very useful guide.
- Nichola Hele

Recommended.
- Backpack

an enjoyable hike made easier by your publication
- John Hedrick, President of the Potomac Appalachian Trail Club in Virginia, USA

We were very impressed by your guidebook & I used it not only for the walk but also for booking B&Bs etc.
- Jane Johnson

The most complete guide: with all the detail you'll need for a walk in Wainwright's footsteps.
- The Sunday Times

Just like the Hadrian's Wall guide which we used a couple of years ago, it has been a huge help in both planning and doing the walk and really added to our enjoyment.
- David Bull

You could pick this book up and never use another resource from the first stages of planning to arriving in St. Bees.
- Stuart Greig

The maps are clearer and more easily read than Wainwright's.
- Backpack magazine, Autumn 2014

For Cornwall Coast Path (South-West Coast Path Part 2)

three excellent guides to the trail
- The independent

Packed with information and excellent hand-drawn maps, these are essential companions.
- Wanderlust

To read it makes you wish to be there walking the route. Recommended.
- Backpack, Journal of the Backpackers Club

Editor's choice
- Cornwall Today

Trailblazer has a strong reputation for the idiosyncratic but very useful maps that illustrate these handy guides, which are small and light enough to slip into a backpack or coat pocket.
- The Telegraph

For Corsica Trekking GR20

Opinionated, pragmatic...a damn good book
- Justin Murphy (UK)

Excellent
- The Times

Indispensable
- The Independent

For Cotswold Way: Chipping Campden to Bath

Absolutely invaluable for planning my walk and especially for accommodation and transport links.
- David Hofman

All the information a backpacker needs
- Backpack magazine

Maintains the hallmarks of these popular Trailblazer LDP guides.
- Strider, Journal of the Long Distance Walkers Association

A polished guide to the Cotswold Way National Trail, with detailed maps, GPS waypoints and masses of practical information including a section on 'minimum impact walking'.
- Walk Magazine, The Ramblers' Association

It never steered us wrong.
- T. Fuller

For Dales Way: Ilkley to Bowness-on-Windermere

'Trailblazer really have got it right with their route maps. They rival Wainwright's mapping for accuracy and detail and if anything are actually easier on the eye to read.'
- Backpack magazine, Winter 2016

'Hikers will be delighted'
- Evergreen, Winter 2016

For Dorset & South Devon Coast Path (South-West Coast Path Part 3)

three excellent guides to the trail
- The independent

lots of value
- The Great Outdoors

Throughout the guide is a detailed description of the route to be taken. This is particularly well written and comprehensive.
- Backpack

For Exmoor & North Devon Coast Path (South-West Coast Path Part 1)

three excellent guides to the trail
- The independent

crammed with practical information on the route and local amenities, wildlife guides and detailed maps.
- Walk magazine

Packed with information and excellent hand-drawn maps, these are essential companions.
- Wanderlust

For Great Glen Way: Fort William to Inverness

A definitive guide to the trail and would recommend it, both for planning your walk but also during it.
- Backpack magazine, Summer 2017

For Hadrian's Wall Path: Wallsend to Bowness-on-Solway

extremely useful
- Alan Pitt

Your book was our bible
- F Leverentz

This new edition has ... useful profiles showing ascents and descents
- Scotland Outdoors, September/October 2014

A wealth of interesting information
- Strider

Recommended.
- Country Walking

For Himalaya by Bike

Indispensable
- London Cyclist Magazine

Inspirational guide
- Cycle Magazine

Truly impressive
- Cycling Active

Rammed full of in-depth information
- Adventure Travel

For The Inca Trail, Cusco & Machu Picchu

This is definitely the best guide to the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu...Highly recommended.
- Andean Travel Web

For Japan by Rail

This magnificent travel book should be a required item in your luggage
- Books Monthly, August 2016

if you are coming from outside Japan, this is quite possibly the best single book you can bring.
- www.japanvisitor.com, October 2016

One of my favourite and most used guidebooks
- South China Morning Post, July 2016

Brilliantly informative guidebook
- JTB Europe (Japan Travel Bureau)

Invaluable companion
- Railway Magazine

'Highly recommended'
- JETwit.com, Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme Alumni magazine

If you plan to rely on trains in Japan to get around - which in most cases you should - then Japan by Rail may prove more useful than the standard guidebook.
- www.japanvisitor.com

Excellent
- The Sunday Times

This handy guidebook by Ramsey Zarifeh enables international visitors to make the most out of a visit to the country.
- Railway Gazette

A must for any travel or train buff's collection… covers everything from Japanese words and phrases to railway timetables. This new edition includes recent extensions to several train lines plus further coverage of popular tourist destinations and less-traveled areas nearby,
- California Bookwatch, USA

'The Bible for train travel in Japan’ …. with …. 'all the essential information to make the most of the very many tourist sites around Japan.’
- Zoom Japan magazine, September 2016

Highly recommended
- Bullet-In Magazine

A find...Well researched.
- The Japan Times (Tokyo)

A gem
- The Daily Yomiuri

For Kilimanjaro - The trekking guide to Africa's highest mountain

Contains almost everything you could possibly want to know about the mountain, its ascent and its surroundings.
- Strider

A comprehensive and informative guide.
- Wanderlust

a comprehensive guide
- Adventure Travel, May 2014

'Kilimanjaro: The Trekking Guide to Africa's Highest Mountain' is a top pick for any who plan on embarking on a trek to the mountain. It covers everything, from city accommodations and restaurants nearby to what to see en route, then how to plan and book a trek to Kilimanjaro. Any outdoor or travel collection needs this.
- California Bookwatch

so much more than just a route guide.
- Backpack, Summer 2014

You wouldn't want to be without this book if heading for Kilimanjaro.
- Backpack

Stedman is something of a Kili obsessive...and that shows on every page of this fully revised and expanded edition of his guide... Recommended.
- Trek & Mountain

Recommended guidebook.
- Trek & Mountain

A model of what a guidebook should be.
- David Dean

illustrated with detailed maps
- The Great Outdoors, May 2014

For Mediterranean Handbook - Ferry routes, islands and ports

Excellent maps and guides to port cities, suggested itineraries and interesting histories of the countries
- Everything Spain

For Moroccan Atlas - the Trekking Guide

Deserves to become a classic.
- Dr Michael Peyron, specialist in Berber language, literature and culture, July 2012

Recommended
- Wanderlust, November 2011

...all the information one would expect, and some that you would not expect!
- Backpack, Spring 2011

Very detailed for certain treks in the Toubkal, Mgoun, Sirwa and Sahro regions. Extensive background information.
- Hamish Brown, The High Atlas - treks and climbs in Morocco's biggest and best mountains, 2012

A very useful guide ... obviously put together by someone who knows their subject in great depth.
- Scottish Mountaineer, February 2011

A great new trekking guide.
- Travel Africa, Winter 2010/11

This valuable guide offers a fascinating insight into the Atlas and opens up some stunning routes.
- Strider, April 2011

For Morocco Overland

Drive to Marrakech like Keith Richards ...This trip is easily done as Chris Scott explains...
- The Guardian

very useful and inspiring for the serious adventure rider.
- The Rider's Digest

The brand new bible for off-roading to and across this corner of North Africa
- Wanderlust

...the excellent Morocco Overland...
- Michael Bentham, winner, Best Readers' Adventures, Bike magazine

A comprehensive and inspirational read
- Land Rover Monthly

If you're thinking of going to Morocco, on your own bike or a fly-hire trip, soak this up first.
- Ride

Essential reading
- Land Rover World

this is the book to buy.
- Adventure Bike Rider

A must-have
- Land Rover Owner

For Nepal Trekking and the Great Himalaya Trail

...details many routes in Nepal, including the full mountain traverse.
- Wanderlust, June/July 2011

... a wealth of information
- Strider, August 2011

Comprehensive
- Backpack, Autumn 2011

No 1, Best Books
- Mustang, Nepal feature, Walkopedia online magazine, Spring 2013

everything you need to know when planning a trip
- Adventure Travel, May/June 2015

... showcases the newest trekking areas and has extensive planning sections.
- telegraph.co.uk, May 2013

A fresh new dimension to eco-trekking in Nepal.
- Nepali Times, June 2011

For New Zealand - The Great Walks

Trailblazer books pack a great deal between their covers
- Canoeist

Recommended.
- Wanderlust

...an essential read for anyone planning a walking trip to New Zealand.
- Trek & Mountain

A great guide to the star trails.
- Country Walking

For North Downs Way: Farnham to Dover

Your guide was my bible
- George Moberly

Recommended.
- Country Walking, April 2010

For Norway's Arctic Highway

Provides all you need to drive the route, with stacks of advice, lots of maps and detailed info about major towns en route.
- LAM Magazine

For Offa's Dyke Path: Prestatyn to Chepstow

Keith Carter's Offa's Dyke Path is good, with amusing hand-drawn maps ...
- telegraph.co.uk

These guides are excellent.
- Jackie Ager

All the info you need
- Wanderlust

Recommended.
- Country Walking

Fully updated and includes downloadable GPS waypoints.
- Strider

A useful guide.
- The Independent

For Overlanders' Handbook

... covers every topic imaginable and will inspire you to pack your vehicle and head off in a new direction.
- overland-live.blogspot.com

A must for any budding overlander
- Land Rover Monthly

Essential reading... refreshingly jargon-free
- 4x4 Mart

steers... the reader towards the most cost-effective solutions and [...] real advice, country by country
- 4X4 Magazine

I cannot recommend this book highly enough. It is the first word, the last word, and if there is such a thing, the middle word, on overlanding. Buy it – you won't regret it.
- SA 4X4 magazine

Brilliantly written in an entertaining and informative way.
- Motorcaravan Motorhome Monthly

Buy this book ... and turn your overland dream into a reality
- Land Rover World

A great resource.
- Wild Travel

Absolutely mandatory reading for anyone contemplating overland travel...Already a veteran? Trust me, you'll still learn something...
- Overland Journal

There is nothing else quite like this out there.
- The Bookseller

For Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path

Comprehensive and detailed
- Walk magazine

Recommended.
- Backpack

comprehensive coverage
- Canoeist

Shortlisted East Anglian Book Awards 2011
- Eastern Daily Press-Jarrold

everything needed to enjoy the trail
- Strider

For Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Recommended
- Walk Magazine

A very enjoyable read
- Backpack

It felt totally alien to be ditching my OS maps after 3 days as they were completely superfluous to requirements given the detail in your guide.
- M. Davies

Jim Manthorpe's excellent Pembrokeshire Coast Path
- New York Times

For Pennine Way: Edale to Kirk Yetholm

The maps which are hand written on a scale of 1: 20,000, are top class
- The Pennine Way Association

The Trailblazer Guide appears to be the preferred choice of most walkers.
- Pennine Way Association, Strider, Winter 2015

Recommended guide
- Walk, the magazine of the Ramblers

The book is packed with hand-drawn, highly detailed maps.
- Stuart Greig

An excellent book
- Backpack

For Peru's Cordilleras Blanca & Huayhuash - The Hiking & Biking Guide

guide to a region north-west of Lima that's often neglected by Brits in favour of the Inca Trail, but it has some of the world's finest trekking and mountain biking.
- Simon Calder The Independent, January 2015

Inspirational routes over some of the best cycle touring terrain in the world, and authored by real experts. Highly recommended.
- Stephen Fabes, Round the World Cyclist

detailed route maps and practical information
- The Great Outdoors, February 2015

Without the detailed insider info from Neil and Harriet, I'd never have had the confidence to set off through the beautiful and remote Andean backroads.
- Amaya Williams, Round the World Cyclist

For The Ridgeway: Avebury to Ivinghoe Beacon

The best features are the maps
- Andy Plummer, The Friends of the Ridgeway

For Sahara Overland

Comprehensive ... also a fine travel guide
- Overlander (Australia)

Desert Bible
- Land Rover International

an immense amount of detail on what to take and vehicles
- Geographical magazine

The essential Sahara guide
- The Sunday Times

For Scottish Highlands Hillwalking guide

I would recommend this issue for any walker who visits the Highlands.
- Backpack magazine, Summer 2017

... the book to inspire you to put on your boots and head for the hills straightaway.
- The Hosteller, Scottish Youth Hostel Association

Recommended in feature on Wild Scotland
- Wanderlust

succeeds in providing comprehensive information that will assist visitors to Scotland and novice hillwalkers
- Scottish Mountaineer

Don't leave home without it!
- Scottish Mountaineer

For Siberian BAM Guide: rail, rivers & road

A pioneering guidebook packed with detail
- Railway Gazette

Essential reading ... for anyone planning to experience travel on this newest of Far Eastern railway
- The Railway Magazine

The year's most esoteric travel guide...an encyclopaedic companion.
- The Independent

For The Silk Roads

No-nonsense information-packed guide
- LAM Magazine

Recommended in "Last Chance to see... the Chinese Silk Road city of Kashgar"
- The Guardian

There's no better guide with which to guide yourself.
- TNT Magazine

For Sinai - The Trekking Guide

Highly Commended, Guidebooks, 2014 Awards
- Outdoor Writers and Photographers Guild

The thoroughness of the (trail) guides is impressive and the accompanying maps (over 70) are highly detailed.
- Backpack, Spring 2014

all you need to know.
- The Great Outdoors, April 2014

a great book
- Astene Bulletin, Association for the Study of Travel in Egypt and the Near East, Summer 2014

For South Downs Way: Winchester to Eastbourne

Recommended.
- Country Walking

Use the sketch maps in Jim Manthorpe's excellent Trailblazer guide
- The Sunday Times

All the information needed to enjoy walking the 100 mile trail
- Wildlife magazine, Sussex Wildlife Trust

A very useful book and certainly recommended
- Backpack magazine

For Thames Path: Thames Head to the Thames Barrier

I was inspired by Joel’s refreshing, and very British, attitude to the weather, the joy of pubs and walking itself, with a path that can be broken down into manageable segments.
- Round & About, August 2015

Everything you could possibly need to know - and perhaps a little bit more besides;
- Waterways World, August 2015

this volume will add much to your enjoyment.
- Backpack, Summer 2015

a fascinating guide to what you'll find in any given section of the "path".
- Books Monthly, May 2015

invaluable
- Backpack, Autumn 2015

With this book in your hand or tucked into your backsack you would have immense difficulty in getting lost or not knowing where the nearest restaurant, pub or bus route is.
- River Thames News, July 2015

Another polished and comprehensive Trailblazer title
- Walk magazine online, Summer 2015

practical, clear-eyed and enthusiastic
- Wanderlust, June/July 2015

All you need to walk the Thames Path
- Outdoor Enthusiast, Sept/Oct 2015

Recommended.
- Adventure Travel, May/June 2015

For The Cyclist's Anthology

'a fascinating read that would make a lovely gift for any cycling enthusiast'
- CTC, The National Cycling Charity

a collection of entertaining writings
- Scotland Outdoors

If you love bikes and cycling - then this book is a must for you.
- Burnley Express

A compendium of literary snippets about two-wheeled travel, it takes in everything from Twain and Hemingway to Bradley Wiggins.
- Wanderlust

For The Railway Anthology

excellent, coat-pocketable collection of writing
- National Railway Museum Review

good gift for a journey
- Oxfordshire Limited Edition

an excellent bedside companion
- This England

joyous, glorious and timeless
- Wanderlust

terrific
- Books Monthly

a perfect gift!
- County Life

endorses the transformative power of railways
- Good Book Guide

all aspects of rail travel - funny, sombre, celebratory and cautionary - find ample reflection in Manley's entertaining volume.
- Good Book Guide

'Evocative, thought-provoking...once you get under steam with this one, it is hard to stop! Highly Recommended
- Heritage Railway

For Tour du Mont Blanc

...the complete guide to one of the exciting areas of the Alps...
- Strider, Journal of the Long Distance Walkers Association

For Trans-Canada Rail Guide

Interview with Helen Howat, Professional Tour Manager, Great Rail Journeys Question: What single item should a Great Rail Journeys passenger in Canada make sure they pack? Helen's response: Melissa Graham's excellent Trans-Canada Rail Guide (Trailblazer Publications)
- Explore Canada by Rail supplement, The Daily Telegraph

An essential companion for the rail tourist to Canada.
- The Railway Magazine

A handy Canadian guidebook
- The Telegraph

The useful guide to the journey
- Railway Gazette International

For anyone contemplating all or part of this journey, this is THE guide
- Traveller

Invaluable
- The Daily Telegraph

For Trans-Siberian Handbook

The best guides are the Trans-Siberian Handbook by Bryn Thomas, with a mile-by-mile companion...
- The Telegraph

A great guide
- Wanderlust, November 2016

First edition shortlisted for the Thomas Cook Travel and Guide Book Awards
- Thomas Cook Travel

The Trans-Siberian Handbook... is a must
- The Sunday Times

The definitive guidebook is Bryn Thomas's 'Trans-Siberian Handbook'
- The Independent

Extensively updated
- Railway Gazette International

Definitive guide
- Conde Nast Traveler

The one I like best is the current edition of the 'Trans-Siberian Handbook' by Bryn Thomas.
- Wanderlust newsletter, June 2017

Well researched...A wealth of information... Is a fascinating read and contains so much more than the usual handbook
- The Herald

Tells you everything you need to know
- Cosmopolitan

An invaluable guidebook
- The Financial Times

The handbook was really brilliant (everyone we met on the train had a copy!!) We can't imagine doing the trip without it.
- Helen Clive

The Trans-Siberian Handbook (Trailblazer) is the bible for this journey...
- The Daily Telegraph

a wealth of detailed practical advice about planning a trip
- Railway Gazette International

The best guide to the Trans-Siberian is undoubtedly Bryn Thomas's
- To The Edge of the World by Christian Wolmar, Atlantic Books, 2013

An invaluable travelling companion
- Traveller

For The Trans-Siberian Railway: a traveller's anthology

My year's anthology prize however, goes to Deborah Manley's The Trans Siberian Railway. Maybe you thought you'd done it all with Newby and Theroux, but Sir Henry Norman and the splendours of Irkutsk, Lindon Bates Jnr eating free zakusa, Lesley Blanch's dressmaker facing a Japanese general and the incomparable Baedeker make this a t
- Jonathan Keates, The Observer

For Trekking in Ladakh

A handy, concise pocket sized book
- Climber

An information packed guide
- High

Thoroughly recommended.
- Adventure Travel

Well worth a tenner of any trekker's money
- Trail

Extensive... and well researched
- Climber

A practical trekking guide
- Traveller

For Trekking in the Annapurna Region

A very detailed and informative guide.
- High magazine

A very fine guide.
- Traveller Magazine

First class trekking guide.
- Adventure Travel

Recommended.
- Wanderlust, June/July 2011

For Trekking in the Everest Region

Plenty of route maps
- TNT Magazine

The pick of the guides to the area.
- Adventure Travel

Great resource and I took it with me when I did the trek...written by the expert who is passionate and professional
- Cindy Sim, reader

For any hiker wanting to plan a Chomolungma adventure, there is no better resource. Terrific maps.
- www.besthike.wordpress.com

Very fine guide
- Traveller

Recommended.
- Wanderlust

...a practical and comprehensive guide to trekking in the Everest Region.
- Trek & Mountain

Excellent guide
- The Bookseller

For Trekking in the Pyrenees

The best trekking guide in the business.
- The Sunday Times

Take this one with you...Very informative
- Country Walking

When I return...I shall definitely be armed with this new guidebook... Fascinating background material...Comprehensive information...Well written
- John Cleare, High Magazine

An excellent trekking guide
- Adventure Travel

For The Walker's Anthology

This delightful pick'n'mix features more giants of literature than you could shake an aluminium pole at.'
- Scotland Outdoors

a good gift for a walking friend.
- Strider

a Quality Street box of trekking delights
- Wanderlust travel magazine

beautifully composed
- The Great Outdoors

Perfect to pop in your rucksack ... or to read in the comfort of a winter armchair.
- The Good Book Guide

the perfect companion
- The Lady

A good Christmas gift
- Cheshire Life

a gem of a book...the ultimate walking companion.
- Country Walking

one of the four best new titles
- Condé Nast Traveller

The perfect gift
- County Life magazines

A potential stocking filler for any keen walkers.
- Round and About

entertaining compilation
- Walk, Magazine of the Ramblers

For The Walker's Haute Route

Recommended guide
- Trek & Mountain

This excellent guidebook reinforces magnificently what we all know – that the best mountain views are not the ones from the summits. It is in the borderland zone, amongst flower-filled alpine meadows, that the greatest pleasure is to be had, ...to enjoy some of the most spectacular glaciated mountain in the world.
- Stephen Venables, mountaineer, writer, broadcaster

Excellent book
- Scottish Mountaineer

...a comprehensive guide to the area as well as providing a detailed route description - two for the price of one!
- Strider, Journal of the Long Distance Walkers Association, August 2009

Really helpful providing practical information and entertaining with all the stories from the area.
- Bernd Rickenberg, Denmark

For West Highland Way: Milngavie to Fort William

I am very impressed by the mapping
- Backpack

Recommended.
- Country Walking

A super, user-friendly guide.
- Gordon Forrester, Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park

If I wrote walking guides, I'd like to think they'd turn out this way.
- John Clarke, Amazon.com

This trailblazer guide is all you need to travel the West Highland Way.
- Richard Gatersleben, The Netherlands