The Southern Highlands are easily accessible from the urban areas of central Scotland and further south, and provide a great variety of hill walking and mountaineering. This map has all the usual British Mountain Map features, including: printed on polyethylene – lightweight, durable, tear-resistant and 100% waterproof; colour shading for easy identification of hills and valleys; mountain incident and first aid advice; and useful local phone numbers and websites.
The area covered by the map contains 63 hills over 2,000 feet, including 25 Munros and 23 Corbetts; from Ben Cruachan, Ben Lui, Ben More and Ben Vorlich in the north, to Ben Arthur (The Cobbler) , Ben Venue and the Trossachs in the south.
"I've researched Scottish guidebooks using Harvey maps. They are the clearest and the most accurate for crucial contour wiggles. They don't fall apart in the rain and the geology bits are pure bonus."
Ronald Turnbull, author of Walking Loch Lomond and The Trossachs.