REPRINT - Scenic Walks on Seil
Our book "Scenic Walks on Seil" has been going like hot cakes - so much so that we have had to reprint it.
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A walking guide to the beautiful Isle of Seil, near Oban in the western
Highlands of Scotland, written by a local resident and keen walker.
Including historical and wildlife notes.
The Isle of Seil is a
premier and popular holiday resort on Scotland’s west coast. Despite its
name, Seil is linked to the mainland by the stone bridge of 1792,
greatly increasing the tourist flow to the island. The island has
historic links to St Columba and to Clan MacDonald as well as thriving
wildlife including seals and golden eagles. The island covers 5 square
miles and rises to 500 feet on the peak of Sloc an Eich Dhuinn.
book has been put together by island resident Fiona Lackie who has
walked all the routes herself (with her dog) and has cleared the routes
with the landowners. There are over a dozen routes ranging from the
short and easy to the lengthy and challenging.
A children’s quiz and
notes on wildlife spotting round off this charming book that captures
all that is best about the Isle of Seil.
About the Author
Lackie is a native Scot who now lives on the Isle of Seil, one of the
premier tourist locations close to Oban, ferry port and railway terminal
for the Hebrides. Fiona has lived on the island for years and has
walked extensively over the island, working out the walks that feature
in this book.