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100 Hut Walks in the Alps

100 Hut Walks in the Alps

by Reynolds, Kev

This popular guidebook by expert Kev Reynolds describes 100 walks focusing on the mountain huts of the Alps. With walks in France, Switzerland, Italy, Austria and Slovenia, there are routes to suit every taste - from gentle and undemanding to long and tough, as well as  all varieties of difficulty in between. What they have in common is a visit to a hut, each with its own character...

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8000 Metres

8000 Metres

by Hinkes, Alan

In this stunning large-format book, British mountaineer Alan Hinkes describes for the first time in one place his experiences of climbing all 14 of the peaks over 8000m: the world's highest mountains, in the Himalaya and Karakoram...

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Across the Eastern Alps: The E5

Across the Eastern Alps: The E5

by Price, Gillian

From Lake Constance in Germany, this guidebook describes walking the E5 trek that runs 600km in 30 days through a remarkable kaleidoscope of landscapes and culture in Switzerland, Austria and Italy, to its destination at Verona. It traverses the Allgauer, Lechtaler and Ötztaler Alps. Passes as high as 2900m above sea level are crossed en route to the northern Italian city of Bolzano...

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The Adlerweg

The Adlerweg

by Wells, Mike

The Adlerweg (or Eagle's Way) is a well maintained and waymarked 300km path traversing the length of the Austrian Tyrol from St Johann in the east to St Anton in the west. It follows established mountain and valley tracks to traverse the length of the Austrian state of Tyrol from east to west...

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Alpine Flowers

Alpine Flowers

by Price, Gillian

This pocket field guide to identifying 230 common Alpine flowers is packed with all the information you need to recognise your favourites while out in the mountains. Designed for the non-specialist, this little handbook is arranged by colour and also includes a glossary of flower parts and an introduction which describes the amazing lengths that these tiny gems go to to survive at altitude...

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Alpine Ski Mountaineering Vol 2 - Central and Eastern Alps

Alpine Ski Mountaineering Vol 2 - Central and Eastern Alps

by O'Connor, Bill

Some of the finest ski tours of the central and eastern Alps are described in this guidebook. It includes hut-to-hut tours that explore the Bernese, Urner, Albula and Bernina Alps of Switzerland, as well as classic tours through the Silvretta, Otztal, Stubai and Ortler regions of Austria and Italy. The European Alps offer some of the best and most accessible ski mountaineering in the world...

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Alpine Ski Mountaineering Western Alps

Alpine Ski Mountaineering Western Alps

by O'Connor, Bill

Ski mountaineering guidebook to the Western Alps including the classic Haute Route, Chamonix to Zermatt, tours in the Ecrins, Vanoise, Haute Maurienne, Gran Paradiso, Mont Blanc, Valais and Urner Alps. The European Alps offer some of the finest and most accessible ski mountaineering in the world...

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The Atlas Mountains

The Atlas Mountains

by Smith, Karl

This guidebook covers the Toubkal region, which contains the highest and most spectacular peaks, along with detailed descriptions for circuits in the less well known but equally impressive Mgoun massif area, Jebel Sahro range and Jebel Sirwa. The highest point lies in the Toubkal region at 4167m high. Each route is categorized as 'easy', 'moderate' or 'strenuous'...

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Avalanche!

Avalanche!

by Bolognesi, Robert

This guidebook, aimed at winter sports enthusiasts and professionals, can help you learn the skill of avalanche prediction. The skill of avalanche prediction is both an art and a science. Mountaineers, skiers, climbers, snowboarders, snowshoers, walkers and all who love winter and snow sports need to learn that skill...

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The C2C Cycle Route

The C2C Cycle Route

by Evans, Jeremy

Guide to the 140 mile Coast to Coast (C2C) Sustrans cycle route, across the UK, from Whitehaven or Workington to Tynemouth or Sunderland. It takes in some of northern England's finest scenery on cycle paths, forest tracks and minor roads, with off-road options and a selection of taster day rides also described in the book...

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The Camino Portugués

The Camino Portugués

by DAVIS, KATRINA

A guidebook to walking the Camino Portugués (Portuguese Way), 620km from Lisbon in Portugal to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. The book gives stage-by-stage directions for the Central Camino, starting from Lisbon, Porto or Tui, the Coastal Camino between Porto and Redondela, and the Spiritual Variant route from Pontevedra to Padrón...

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Canyoning in the Alps

Canyoning in the Alps

by Flower, simon

The Alps rank high among the world's foremost destinations for canyoneering. This book brings together all the most celebrated descents in the Alpine regions of northern Italy and Ticino in Switzerland, including classic limestone canyons and superb granite-gneiss water sculptures...

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The Cathar Way

The Cathar Way

by Hinkes, Alan

A guidebook to walking the Cathar Way, a waymarked trail through France's southwest, linking historic castles. This 250km (two-week) route runs through the foothills of the Pyrenees in the Languedoc region of southern France, from the Mediterranean to Foix. A challenging, fascinating and rewarding route, but not an arduous mountain trek...

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The Central Fells

The Central Fells

by Richards, Mark

Lakeland Fellranger guidebook covering 28 summits in the Central Fells of the Englisg Lake District, including a variety of ascents in the high ground between Great Langdale and Keswick. The area is flanked to the west by Stake Pass, Langstrath, Borrowdale and Derwentwater, and to the east by Grasmere, Dunmail Raise and Thirlmere...

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Chamonix Mountain Adventures

Chamonix Mountain Adventures

by Sharp, Hilary

This guidebook shows the vast range of activities available in the mountains surrounding Chamonix. With routes for several different pursuits including walking, trail running, mountain biking, road cycling, via ferratas, rock climbing, mountaineering and bouldering, it is a comprehensive collection of everything this popular region has to offer...

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The Coast to Coast Walk

The Coast to Coast Walk

by Marsh, Terry

Guidebook and Ordnance Survey map booklet to the Coast to Coast Walk. The route stretches some 188 miles (302km) from St Bees on Cumbria's west coast to Robin Hood's Bay in North Yorkshire. It is suitable for most fit walkers and can be comfortably walked in around a fortnight...

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The Cotswold Way

The Cotswold Way

by Reynolds, Kev

Guidebook to walking the Cotswold Way National Trail between Chipping Campden and Bath, across the Cotswolds AONB. The 102 mile (163km) route is described in both directions over 13 stages, of between 6 and 10 miles, depending on the existence of overnight accommodation. Camping options are sparse along the route...

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Cycle Touring in France

Cycle Touring in France

by Fox, Stephen

Cycle Touring in France concentrates on eight selected one- or two-week bicycle tours which endeavour to offer cyclists of all levels a taste of France's diverse landscapes and superb scenery. France is one of the most inviting countries in the world for cycle touring, a country understandably proud of hosting the greatest cycle race on Earth, the Tour de France...

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Cycle Touring in Spain

Cycle Touring in Spain

by Dowdell, Harry

A guidebook to eight multi-day cycle tours across Spain. The routes range from 5 to 12 days in length, suitable for novice through to keen cyclists, with options to shorten, extend or go off-road...

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Cycle Touring in Switzerland

Cycle Touring in Switzerland

by Forsyth, Judith

There is no other country in the world quite like Switzerland, and travel by bicycle gives you all the benefits of a slower pace of travel, together with the ability to see more of the country and its natural wonders. About 5000km of cycle routes are described in Switzerland, with sections in neighboring Austria, Germany and Italy...

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Cycling in the Cotswolds

Cycling in the Cotswolds

by Dakin, Chiz

Packed with routes right across the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this guidebook is all you need to explore the lanes and tracks of this much-loved area on two wheels - off-road on your mountain bike or on-road on your road bike or a bit of both on hybrid/sturdy bike...

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Cycling London to Paris 'A Trail of Two Cities'

Cycling London to Paris 'A Trail of Two Cities'

by Wells, Mike

This guidebook describes two cycle routes between London and Paris: the 490km 'classic route' and the 387km Avenue Verte. Passing through rolling chalk downland and characterful market towns, the trails link these two great cities with their grand buildings, famous museums and iconic monuments...

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Cycling the Camino de Santiago

Cycling the Camino de Santiago

by Wells, Mike

Guidebook detailing the 800km cycle route from St Jean-Pied-de-Port in southern France to Santiago de Compostela, following the original pilgrim route, with optional road variants. Suitable for most abilities and bikes, the route is presented in 19 stages averaging 45km each, with notes on the religious significance and local sites of interest.

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Cycling the Canal de la Garonne

Cycling the Canal de la Garonne

by Lyons, Declan

A guidebook for cycling France's canal de Garonne, describing over 340km of cycle route from the Atlantic Coast to Toulouse, where it connects with the Canal du Midi. Additional short and long excursions into the surrounding countryside are described. Includes information on accommodation, dining facilities and cycle shops on route.

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Cycling the Canal du Midi

Cycling the Canal du Midi

by Lyons, Declan

This guidebook describes a 240km cycle ride along the length of the Canal du Midi in southern France. Starting at Toulouse in the Haute Garonne and finishing at Sète on the Mediterranean Coast, the route is divided into five stages of about 50km. It is a flat, car-free and picturesque route mainly on the towpath, and is suitable for all abilities...

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Cycling the River Loire

Cycling the River Loire

by Higginson, John

This guide describes a 1052km cycle route that starts at source of the Loire in the Massif Central mountains of central France and finishes at the Atlantic opposite St Nazaire. It descends past extinct volcanoes, crater lakes and deep gorges before joining EuroVélo route 6 and the fully waymarked Loire à Vélo, France's most popular cycle trail...

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Cycling the River Rhone Cycle Route

Cycling the River Rhone Cycle Route

by Wells, Mike

Guide to The River Rhone Cycle Route, an 895km bicycle ride starting high in the Alps of central Switzerland and finishing at the Mediterranean Sea, near Marseille. The route - which is mostly downhill - is divided into 20 stages (averaging 45km per stage) and can be completed by most cyclists in 12-14 days...

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Cycling the The Wild Atlantic Way and Western Ireland

Cycling the The Wild Atlantic Way and Western Ireland

by Cooper, Tom

Boasting deserted beaches, towering sea-cliffs and tiny harbours - not to mention rich cultural and historical interest - the west of Ireland has much to entice the visitor, and with many miles of quiet roads, it's a cyclist's paradise. The Wild Atlantic Way is a driving route along Ireland's Atlantic seaboard, covering over 2,350km of coastline and showcasing the region's breathtaking...

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The Danube Cycleway Volume 1

The Danube Cycleway Volume 1

by Wells, Mike

The first in a two-volume set, this guide describes cycling the first half of the 1269km Danube river from its source in the Black Forest to Budapest. The main route in this volume has been broken into 29 stages, averaging 44km per stage. A fit cyclist, cycling an average of 90km per day should be able to complete the route in a fortnight...

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The Danube Cycleway Volume 2

The Danube Cycleway Volume 2

by Wells, Mike

This is the second of two volumes describing the Danube Cycle route, a 1717km cycle ride following the lower part of the Danube, Europe's second longest river. This guidebook describes the route from the vibrant Hungarian capital of Budapest through Hungary, Croatia, Serbia and Romania to the river's delta on the shores of the Black Sea...

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The Ecrins National Park

The Ecrins National Park

by Reynolds, Kev

This guidebook describes 70 mountain walking routes in the Écrins National Park in south east France. Easily reached from Grenoble, the Massif des Écrins is one of the most spectacular regions in all the Alps. Most of the area is a national park, containing bold mountains hung with glaciers, and more than 100 summits over 3000m high...

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Fastpacking

Fastpacking

by Dyu, Lily

Guidebook to fastpacking - multi-day running trips carrying the bare essentials - in the UK, Europe and beyond. Includes 12 route ideas (all tried and tested), fastpacking stories from around the world (featuring Jez Bragg, Anna Frost and Jasmin Paris), and invaluable tips and tricks to help you prepare for your own running adventure...

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