Despite living on the doorstep of Scotland's most famous trail, Gary Sutherland could never fathom the hillwalkers who set out in the hundred to tackle the West Highland Way. Then one day, he decided to tackle it himself... and go further still. He would go for a hat-trick of iconic Scottish treks, and consecutively walk the West Highland Way, Great Glen Way and Speyside Way. This despite the fact that hills gave him the heebie jeebies, moors made him tremble and forests frightened him, as well as his deep aversion to most forms of wildlife. Walk this way is a tale of courage, cows, resiliance, feral goats, ambition, Belgians, ludicrous ledges, catalysmic quagmires and creepy messages spelt out in pine cones. This is a delightful and uplifting read, sure to be loved by walkers and non-walkers alike.