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  1. 100 HUT WALKS IN THE ALPS (CICERONE)
    Guidebook of 100 walks based around the excellent network of Alpine huts - from southern France, through Switzerland, Austria and Italy to Slovenia. The huts range from simple unmanned shelters to mountain inns with hot showers and restaurant. Day- and multi-day walks, and suggestions for hut-to-hut tours. Learn More
  2. CHAMONIX TO ZERMATT (CICERONE)

    CHAMONIX TO ZERMATT (CICERONE)

    $37.95

    Essential guidebook for anyone walking the classic Haute Route from Chamonix to Zermatt. The route typically takes two weeks to walk, and is described in 14 stages. Along the 180km route, it crosses 11 passes and gains more than 12,000m of ascent and descent. The stunning scenery makes it a contender for the title 'Most beautiful trek in Europe'.

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  3. WALKING IN THE ALPS (CICERONE)

    WALKING IN THE ALPS (CICERONE)

    $56.95

    Second edition of this classic Kev Reynolds guidebook on walking and trekking in the Alps. Suggests many thousands of possible routes, and covers the range from the Maritime Alps of southern France to the Julian Alps of Slovenia. Walks vary from undemanding to long and tough, and everything in between.

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  4. MONT BLANC WALKS (CICERONE)

    MONT BLANC WALKS (CICERONE)

    $39.95

    A guide to walking and trekking routes, on both the French and Italian sides of Mont Blanc (Monte Bianco), from Chamonix or Courmayeur. Includes 50 day walks and 4 short multi-day treks for Vallorcine to Plaine Joux, Tour des Aiguilles Rouges, Vallorcine to Servoz and a circuit of the Italian Val Ferret. New, updated edition with 50 new route maps. Learn More
  5. TOUR OF MONT BLANC (CICERONE) - Reynolds, Kev
    The definitive guide to the Tour Of Mont Blanc by well known British publisher Cicerone. There are many wonderful walks in the European Alps and this is perhaps the most popular. Learn More
  6. TOUR OF THE MATTERHORN (CICERONE)

    Superb 145km trek around the iconic Matterhorn, described in this guidebook walking anti-clockwise from Zermatt. Stunning views of the Matterhorn and other spectacular summits. Tour includes two glacier crossings and usually takes eight to ten days. Guide includes suggestions for shorter variants and peak ascents along the way.

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  7. TREKKING IN THE STUBAI ALPS (CICERONE)
    Trekking guide to two multi-day hut-to-hut tours in the stunningly scenic Austrian Tyrol, Europe, south of Innsbruck - the Stubai Rucksack Route (or Höhen Weg) and the more challenging Stubai Glacier Tour, which involves glacier crossing. Either tour can be completed in 8-10 days. Includes a comprehensive hut directory. Learn More
  8. VIA FERRATA ITALIAN DOLOMITES VOL 1 CICERONE

    Guidebook to the via ferrata routes in the north, central and eastern Italian Dolomites. 82 graded routes grouped by 10 valley bases are covered, with guidance on choosing the best base for each of the via ferrata routes. Fixed cables, ladders and bridges make a great way for walkers to get to places usually reserved for expert rock climbers.

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  9. WALKING IN THE DOLOMITES (CICERONE)
    Guide to 28 fabulous multi-day walks in Italy's breathtaking Dolomite mountains. Everything from a stroll through woods and meadows to family routes, steep rocky zigzag passages and hands-on clambers is covered. Breathtaking alpine scenery, well-graded paths, excellent mountain refuges, good access from centres. Learn More
  10. ACROSS THE EASTERN ALPS (CICERONE)
    From Lake Constance in Germany, this guidebook describes walking the E5 trek that runs 600km 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. There is a good network of alpine refuges and guesthouses on the route. Learn More

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