The Cuillin: Great Mountain Ridge of Skye

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Robinson, 2002 - Black Cuillin (Scotland) - 176 pages
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The Cuillin, on the Isle of Skye, form the finest single chain of mountains in Britain, rising straight out of the sea to a height of over 3000 feet, and presenting a landscape of light and rapidly changeable weather. This award-winning volume of photographs, taken by British photographer Gordon Stainforth, explores the savage beauty of this unique mountain region, and captures the essence of rock climbing and scrambling in the area.

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About the author (2002)

Gordon Stainforth is the author of Eyes to the Hills, winner of the Thomas Cook Illustrated Travel Book Award, and

The Cuillin, which won the Banff Festival's Best Book of Mountain Image and the Outdoor Writers' Guild Award for

Excellence. He has spent his career in the television and film industry, working on such films as Stanley Kubrick's The

Shining. He lives in Derbyshire, England.

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