This guidebook has route descriptions for 100 day walks to suit alpine walkers of all abilities, with suggestions for some hut-to-hut tours. These routes take you through breathtaking scenery in the Maritime Alps, Julian Alps, Gran Paradiso, the Turnitzer Alps, Bernese Oberland, the Kitzbuheler Alps and the Dolomites of South Tirol.
If you enjoy walks in the countryside, Scotland should be on your list of places to visit, and you should bring this book as your guide. Anyone who has ever visited Scotland will mention the Highlands with its rolling hills and unspoiled landscape, and this book will guide you along some of the best routes the area has to offer.
In 50 wide-ranging tales of adventure and misadventure, Ralph Storer takes his usual quirky look at the peculiar pursuit of messing about on mountains. Walking, climbing, mountain biking, caving... he's tried it all but admits to expertise only in the lost art of festering. With room also for contemplation and argument, his 50 Shades will amuse, inspire and inform.
In A History of Scottish Football in 100 Objects, Andy Bollen creates an fantasy football museum to collect together a treasure trove of Scottish football exhibits that range from Jimmy Johnstone's oar, to Aggie the tea lady's trolley.
At 6962m/22, 840ft Aconcagua is the highest peak in the Americas, yet its summit can be reached by trekkers without climbing expertise. This book describes the main trekking routes (Normal and Polish Traverse) and summarises the technical Polish Glacier route.
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