This map shows all the places currently featured on this blog, though it may not immediately show the newest content. It might be handy if you're looking for places to visit in a specific part of Scotland. Zoom in and out using the +/- icons in the bottom-left corner. For a map showing just our very favourite places, see here.

Using the map

Click any place symbol for basic info and a hyperlink to its own page. Walk symbols show the walk's start point.

Click the right-pointing arrow in the top-left corner for a key. By un-checking some of the categories, you can filter the places that show up on the map (e.g. to show walks only).

If you're signed into a Google account, click on the star next to the map title to add it to "Your Places". This saves the map to your Google Maps account. If you've done this, you can open the map from Google Maps to get directions to places featured on the blog.

Get this on your mobile phone

Click this link on a mobile and select the option to open it with the Google Maps app. This might also be useful to help with navigation to locations on this blog. Map symbols are positioned at the place's actual location, which isn't always directly on a public road.


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