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100 Hut Walks in teh Alps
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Cicerone 100 Hut Walks in the Alps

100 Hut Walks in the Alps

Located amid some of the most beautiful scenery in Europe, the chain of mountain huts strung right across the Alps makes an exciting and worthwhile destination. The huts provide a focus for all the walks in this guide ­whether you choose to stay overnight or simply for lunch on the terrace. The huts come in all shapes and sizes, from simple unmanned bivouac shelters to bustling mountain mns with hot showers and restaurant service.

. 100 routes to suit alpine walkers of all abilities, sug­gestions for some hut-to-hut tours

. Background information on walking in the Alps and staying in mountain huts

. Covers France, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, and Slovenia


Pages: 246

Size:  11,5 cm x 17,5 cm


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Rock Climbing Atlas Greece & The Middle East

Greece & The Middle East

Rock Climbing Atlas
Planning your next climbing trip and you don't know where to go? Want to experience some of the best climbing in the world, in countries you've never been to before? Fancy having lots of things to do on your rest days? Interested in getting to know new cultures? If so, the Rock Climbing Atlases are for you!

The Rock Climbing Atlases are comprehensive guides to the best rock climbing areas in the world.


. Explore the secrets of the Sinai desert after having climbed superb routes in Egypt.

. Experience Greece's wild tufa climbing.

. Prepare yourself for climbing in one of the world's most astonishing landscapes in Jordan.

. Travel around beautiful Lebanon and enjoy the well-bolted sport routes.

. Get to know Syria - one of the most unexpected climbing destinations of the world.

. Explore the unlimited climbing opportunities in Turkey.


Pages: 280
Format:  15cm x 21cm

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Rock Climbing Atlas South Eastern Europe

Rock Climbing Atlas South Eastern Europe

Rock Climbing Atlas

Planning your next climbing trip and you don't know where to go? Want to experience some of the best climbing In the world in countries you've never been to before? Fancy having lots of things to do on your rest days? Interested 111 getting to know new cultures? If so, the Rock Climbing Atlases are for you!

The Rock Climbing Atlases are comprehensive guides to the best rock climbing areas in the world,


. Enjoy the hospitality of the and fantastic routes in great surroundings

. Discover the beautiful coastline and some of the best crags in Europe,

. Check out the climbing in the old abandoned quarries of

. Experience the climbing scene in picturesque

. Travel back in time to and surprise yourself by the outstanding climbing,

.Get to knowinside out

Europe's top-spot for extreme sports,


Pages: 320
Format: 15cm x 21 cm

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Bâton Wicks The Alpine 4000m Peaks

The Alpine 4000m Peaks
by the Classic Routes


The European Alps provide the ideal arena for mountaineers of all abilities. Impressive snow-covered peaks, heavy glaciation, constantly changing weather, superb huts in fabulous locations, evocative approach valleys and ease of accessibility (by road, rail, air, cableway and mountain railway) provide all the ingredients to encourage regular climbing. By targeting the peaks above 4000 metres an inspiring challenge has been created that will give years of enjoyment. It will take mountaineers to all the major mountain groups with climbs ranging from short easy snow routes to long and serious expeditions. Most of the ascents involve an overnight stop in a hut, with a pre-dawn start and a summit gained early in the day when the majesty of the view is usually at its best.

This is not an extreme activity - many of these ascents can be undertaken by any fit person (with suitable guidance) regardless of age. Those that accumulate experience, stamina and ability can work up to the bigger climbs. Yet virtually all alpine climbs are intrinsically adventurous with very real dangers that are only overcome by guile and ability. An eventful ascent will reward with satisfactions and memories that will last a lifetime.

The Alpine 4000m Peaks outlines the strategies and skills required, providing key information to enable climbers to match their ambitions to their abilities. Whether in a guided group or in partnership with a fellow climber, the thrills of winning through to the summit of a great peak are immense - all the more interesting as one is usually following in the footsteps of the pioneers who shaped this fine sport a century and a half ago.

Cover illustration: The view south from the summit of Zinalrothorn with climbers on the Kanzel (south top) at the finish of the Normal Route. The Matterhorn, Obergabelhorn and Dent d'Herens are prominent in the background. Photo: Richard Goedeke



Pages: 240

Dimensions: 11,5 cm x 19,5 cm

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Tour du Mont Blanc (Trailblazer)

Tour du Mont Blanc

At 4810m (15,781ft), Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in western Europe. The snow-dome summit is the top of a spectacular massif of peaks stretching 60 miles by 20 miles, arguably the most magnificent mountain scenery in Europe.

Circumnavigating the massif and passing through France, Italy and Switzerland, the Tour du Mont Blanc is a waymarked trail of 105 miles (168km), taking 10-14 days.

50 detailed trail maps - with comprehensive route descriptions

Unique mapping features - walking times, directions, tricky junctions, places to stay, places to eat, points of interest; these are not general-purpose maps but full edited maps drawn by walkers for walkers

Practical information for all budgets - where to eat, what to see, where to stay: gîtes, hostels, lodges, hotels, campsites

Comprehensive background information - the Alps, flora and fauna, the history of mountaineering and trekking in the region and the conquest of Mont Blanc in 1786 by Bourrit and Balmat

Plus - detailed guides and town plans for Chamonix and Courmayeur

178 pages
50 maps
42 colour photos
120mm x 180mm 5" x 7"

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Cicerone Tour of Mont Blanc

Tour of Mont Blanc
Complete Trekking Guide


The Tour of Mont Blanc is recognised as one of the best of the world's classic walks: it has the excitement of a high mountain journey, with few of the worries. Taking about 11 days on the circuit round the highest range in western Europe (and so fitting comfortably within a two-week holiday), the route has plentiful accommodation, valley access and many variants. The guide describes the classic anti-clockwise route as well as the (perhaps slightly easier) clockwise route. Throughout its length the route provides beautiful views of the glorious snow, ice and rock peaks of the Mont Blanc range.


Pages: 244
Dimensions: 12 cm x 17,5 cm

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Tour of Mont Blanc Explore

Explore the Tour of Mont Blanc

The Tour of Mont Blanc is Europe's most popular long-distance walk, encircling the highest mountain in the Alps (and arguably in the continent). This classic alpine route runs for 170 km (106 miles) and takes up to 11 days. You walk through France, Italy and Switzerland, overnighting in alpine refuges. Although the route involves a lot of ascent and descent, its highest pass is at only 2665 m (8750 ft), and no technical skills or equipment are needed. The scenery is superb: majestic glaciers and snow-laden peaks overlook peaceful lakes and alpine meadows.

This guidebook to the Tour of Mont Blanc (TMB) contains all you need to plan and enjoy your holiday:

  • drop-down map showing the TMB route in four panels (1:100,000)
  • the TMB in daily stages, with summaries of distance, terrain and where to find food and drink
  • concise background on climbing Mont Blanc, geology, and wildlife
  • planning information for travel by train, bus or plane
  • in full colour, with 55 photographs
  • waterproof paper throughout.

Pages: 64
Size: 14,5cm x 22cm


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Via Francigena Cicerone

Via Francigena Pelgrim Trail 1

Canterbury to Great ST. Bernard Pass

Complete guide by Alison Raju to the first half of the Via Francigena pilgrim walking route - 1900km of contrasting terrain from Canterbury to Rome - as far as the Great St Bernard Pass. First full guide (in any language), with information about facilities and historical sites.
Walking in the Alps
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Cicerone Walking in the Alps

Walking in the Alps

This guide describes the whole Alpine chain group by group, from the Maritime Alps behind Nice to the Julians of Slovenia, and focuses on the best walking and most scenic viewpoints in the range. Packed with practical information and enough suggestions to fill a walker's holidays for several lifetimes, Walking in the Alps is not only an authoritative reference book but an inspiration - a weaver of dreams.


Chris Bonington called the first edition 'the most comprehensive book about alpine walking in the last fifty years'.


Cameron McNeish described it as 'proba­bly the most important guide to walking abroad that has been published in Britain' (TCO magazine).


This new edition has been fully revised and redesigned, with new maps and spec­tacular colour photos throughout. To para­phrase the authoritative Alpine journal: 'If you wanted to do everything listed in this marvellous book you would need to live to just over 400 years and remain fit to the end.'

That is the challenge for the reader!





Hut-to-Hut in the Alpes Maritime




Tour du Queyras

Massif des Ecrins

Tour de l'Oisans




The Western Graians

Tour du Mont Pourri

Tour des Glaciers de la Vanoise

Tour of the Vanoise

The Eastern Graians

Grande Traversata del Gran Paradiso

Alta Via della Valle d' Aosta No 2

A Traverse of the Graian Alps



Tour du Mont Blanc

Chablais & Faucigny

Dents du Midi



Tour des Combins

Tour of the Matterhorn

The Walker's Haute Route

The Eastward Traverse of the Italian Valleys




The Northern Valleys

A tour of the Jungfrau region

Tour WiIdstrubel

The Southern Flank

Bernese Alps Glacier Tour

Oberland Passes



The Eastern Bernese Alps

Tour of the Goschenertal

The Western Uri Alps

Uri-Rotstock Circuit

The Eastern Uri Alps & Glarner Alps

A Tour of the Hurital & Bisistal



A Tour of Ticino"



The Bregaglia Alps

The Bregaglia Circuit

Sentiero Roma

The Bernina Massif

The Bernina Circuit

The Engadine Valley




An Adamello Circuit

The Brenta Dolomites

A Tour of the Central Brenta

Vie Ferratae



A Tour of the Ortler Alps



The Verwall Group

The Riitikon Alps

Riitikon Hohenweg Nord

The Silvretta Alps

Tour of the Southern Silvretta

The Silvretta Traverse



Across the Central Otztal Alps

Hut-to-Hut in the Ventertal

Gurglertal-Ventertal Hut Tour

Two-Day Cross-Border Tour

Across the Alpi Venoste



The Stubai High Route



Zillertal Hut Tour



The Kitzbu heler Alps

The Hohe Tauern

The Venediger Hohenweg

A Tour of the Glockner & Schober Groups

The Niedere Tauern

Hut-to-Hut in the Schladminger Tauern

The Gailtal & Carnic Alps



Allgauer Alps

Lechtal Alps

A Lechtal High Route

Wettersteingebirge & Mieminger Kette

Karwendelgebi rge

Hut to Hut Across the Karwendelgebirge

Rofangebirge (Brandenberger Alps)


Berchtesgadener Alps



Tour of the Gosaukamm

A Dachstein Circuit

Totes Gebirge



Sassolungo & Puez-Odle Groups

Catinaccio & Latemar

Sella Group

Marmolada Group

Pale di San Martino

Civetta & Pelmo

Sorapis & Marmarole

Monte Cristallo

Dolomiti di Sesto

High-Level Routes

Alta Via 1

Alta Via 2

Alta Via 4



The Julian Alps of Slovenia

The Julian Alps of Italy


Pages:  496
Size: 15,5 cm x 23,5 cm