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Cicerone began over forty years ago with guidebooks to some of the best climbs in the Lake District. The business was founded in 1967 when Walt Unsworth and Brian Evans, out of frustration with the lack of suitable guides to areas of the English Lake District, came together to produce a climbing guide. Nowadays they have an extensive range of guides to hiking destinations around the world. ... Read More

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  1. 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 Ă–tztaler Alps. There is a good network of alpine refuges and guesthouses on the route. Learn More
  2. 8000m: Climbing the Worlds Highest Mountains

    British mountaineer Alan Hinkes relates his experiences climbing the world's highest 14 mountains over 8000m in the Himalaya and Karakoram. Alongside stunning photography, he describes his expeditions capturing the beauty, harshness and danger of these mountains.

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  3. HIGH TATRAS SLOVAKIA AND POLAND (CICERONE)

    This guidebook describes walks and scrambles in the High Tatras mountains. The beautiful craggy peaks of the High Tatras straddle the border between Poland and Slovakia, offering totally different experiences. The walks are widely varied ranging from easy to strenuous. The White Tatras, Slovakia and Western Tatras, Poland are also covered..

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  4. Abode of the Gods - Trekking in Nepal - Kev Reynolds
    On eight treks in Nepal's Himalaya (Kanchenjunga, Manaslu, Annapurna, Everest, Langtang, Dolpo, Api and Mugu), Kev Reynolds evokes the scent of fragrant rhododendron jungles and travelling past terraced fields, hillside villages and ancient temples. Then exploring into hidden valleys beyond the reach of civilization, and on to towering, ice-locked peaks that scratch the sky. Learn More
  5. MOUNTAINS OF ROMANIA (CICERONE)

    MOUNTAINS OF ROMANIA (CICERONE)

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    A definitive guidebook to walking and trekking in Romania's Carpathian Mountains, one of the wildest parts of Eastern Europe. Covers all the main ranges in the southern Carpathians, and the Eastern Carpathians and Bucovina's monasteries. Learn More
  6. Adlerweg - The Eagles Way Across the Austrian Tyrol

    The Adlerweg (Eagle's Way) is an excellently waymarked 300km path that traverses the length of the Austrian state of Tyrol from St. Johann in the east to St. Anton in the west. This guide gives detailed route descriptions to the Adlerweg's 23 principal stages, as well as its 6 easier low-level alternatives and 8 more difficult high-level alpine variants through the Lechtal Alps. Strong walkers could complete the route in two weeks.

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  7. Ben Nevis and Glencoe 2nd Ed - Cicerone

    Guidebook to walking in Scotland's Ben Nevis and Glen Coe region.

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  8. INNSBRUCK MOUNTAIN ADVENTURES

    INNSBRUCK MOUNTAIN ADVENTURES

    $29.95

    Guidebook to 60 exciting summer mountain adventures in Innsbruck (Austria), including alpine mountaineering routes, overnight hut trips, adventure hikes and multi-pitch scrambles, day walks, rock climbing routes, via ferratas, mountain biking trails, road cycling routes, city and trail running, plus mountain activities and walks for families.

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  9. Canyoning in the Alps - Cicerone

    A guidebook to the best canyoning descents in the alps of northern Italy and Ticino (Switzerland), with additional routes in Austria, Slovenia and the Valais Alps. Routes are split into seven separate grades, for beginners through to experts. Includes comprehensive information on equipment, hazards and techniques.

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  10. Cotswold Way - Cicerone

    Cotswold Way - Cicerone

    $37.95

    Guidebook to walking the Cotswold Way National Trail. Between Chipping Campden and Bath, the 163 km route explores the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Described in both directions over 13 stages, the Cotswold Way can be walked year round and is suitable for beginner trekkers. Includes separate OS 1:25,000 map booklet of the route. Learn More

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