This early work takes a captivating look at walking on the Isle of Skye. With detailed chapters on regions of the island, and routes to follow with accompanying maps, it is illustrated with full page and half page black and white photographs. Tramping in Skye is not only a window to a bygone age but also contains a wealth of information and anecdote that is still useful for today’s rambler. Contents: The Road to the Isles; Broadford and Sconser; Sligachan and Portree; The High-Level Route to Staffin; The Quiraing, Duntulm, Uig and Edinbain; The Fairy Bridge, Dunvegan and Glendale; Loch Bracadale-Clan Feuds-Carbost; Glenn Brittle and the Cuillin; Coruisk, Camasunary and Elgol; Alternative Routes and Distances in Skye; Prince Charlie’s Route in Skye – Samuel Johnson’s Route in Skye; Walking Wisdom in Skye. This book contains classic material dating back to the 1900s and before. The content has been carefully selected for its interest and relevance to a modern audience.