Sandstone Press

There's Always the Hills by Cameron McNeish

RRP: £9.99
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781912240623
Publication Date: 01/11/2018
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There's Always the Hills

Cameron McNeish

From his home in the Cairngorms of Scotland, Cameron McNeish reflects on a life dedicated to the outdoors. In this long-awaited autobiography, he candidly recalls the ups and downs of a full life, much of it in the public eye, much of it until now unseen.

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Cameron McNeish is an established figure on the Scottish and British outdoor scene. As editor of TGO he increased circulation and established the magazine as Britain’s premier walking publication...

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Reviews

‘Cameron McNeish is very much the Oracle, an t-allaban mor – the great wanderer, wise man of the Scottish hills.’
-Sam Heughan, star of Outlander

‘Flows like a friendly conversation and develops into an engaging tale.’
-The Great Outdoors Magazine

‘A vivid travelogue through the breathtaking vistas, towering peaks and rugged islands of Scotland and a tribute to the warmth and hospitality of the Scots people.’
-BBC Countryfile Magazine

‘The author’s eye for minor details and honest accounts of his experiences, bring his anecdotes to life.’
-Scottish Field

‘A gifted storyteller, he peels back the layers of his life and offers a personal and emotional look behind the scenes of his success. This is a great read for anyone who enjoys our great outdoors and the wealth of tales that can be told about it - it's both one man's story and a candid, absorbing account for those with an interest in Scotland's awe-inspiring wildlife.’
-Rachel Scorgie, The Courier

‘Entertaining and packed with stories of the hills and outdoors people.’
-Chris Townsend

‘Cameron McNeish's autobiography is everything we hoped it would be, and a "must buy" for anyone who's ever felt the pull of Scotland's mountains.’
-Undiscovered Scotland

‘Cameron is a born raconteur and his book flows easily, being both informative and full of interest.’
-Helen Todd, Walk Magazine

‘There's Always the Hills is an inspiring story of a life well lived. Or, at least, the first installment.’
-Roger Cox, Scotland on Sunday