Cameron's most recent book, Scotland End to End, describes the 470 mile Scottish National Trail, a superb long distance walking route that runs from Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish Borders to Cape Wrath, the most north-westerly point on the Scottish mainland. The book is accompanied by a 2-disc DVD.
I'LL be giving an audio-visual presentation based on my new book, There's Always the Hills. Here are the various dates I have so far. A couple of the events are book signings only but the links will give fuller details of the events.
From the cover blurb: "There's Always The Hills is the story of one man's love affair with the world's wild places, but especially Scotland's. In it, Cameron candidly recalls the ups-and-downs of a full life, much of it in the public eye, much of it until now unseen."
Hope to get a blether with some of you at one of the events in the months to come.
'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
‘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
‘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
Friday 9th February:Scottish Caravan & Motorhome Show, SECC, Glasgow Stand 3011. Book signing
Thursday 15th February: Waterstones, Edinburgh. Book Launch and signing.