Walking in the Aosta Valley (häftad)
Fler böcker inom
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Antal sidor
Cicerone Press
100 photos 65 maps
172 x 116 x 14 mm
260 g
Antal komponenter

Walking in the Aosta Valley

Walks and scrambles in the shadows of Mont Blanc, the Matterhorn and Monte Rosa

Häftad,  Engelska, 2022-05-12
Billigast på PriceRunner
  • Skickas från oss inom 2-5 vardagar.
  • Fri frakt över 249 kr för privatkunder i Sverige.
Finns även som
Visa alla 1 format & utgåvor
A guidebook to 32 walks and scrambles in the Aosta Valley. Exploring the dramatic scenery of the Italian Alps theres something for both beginner and experienced walkers, from short leisurely walks to scrambles and protected routes bordering on mountaineering. Routes range from 4 to 20km (212 miles) in length and can be enjoyed in 16 hours. A handful of trail runs and via ferrata are also summarised in brief. 1:50,000 maps are included for each route GPX files available to download Detailed information on accommodation, public transport and wildlife Highlights include walks to Forte di Bard and Grand St Bernard Monastery
Visa hela texten

Passar bra ihop

  1. Walking in the Aosta Valley
  2. +
  3. Everything I Know About Love

De som köpt den här boken har ofta också köpt Everything I Know About Love av Dolly Alderton (häftad).

Köp båda 2 för 353 kr


Har du läst boken? Sätt ditt betyg »

Fler böcker av Andy Hodges

  • Trekking the Giants' Trail: Alta Via 1 through the Italian Pennine Alps

    Andy Hodges

    A guidebook to trekking the Alta Via 1, the Giants Trail, between Donnas and Courmayeur in the Italian Alps. Covering 180km (112 miles), this long-distance trail on the northern flank of the Aosta valley takes around 2 weeks to hike and is suitabl...

  • Mountain Adventures in the Maurienne

    Andy Hodges

    Multi-activity guidebook to the Haute Maurienne region of south east France. The book describes a wide range of the finest day walks, scrambles, rock climbs, via ferratas, treks and mountain biking and road cycling routes, offering all the inspira...

Övrig information

Andy was born and bred in Northern England and first developed his mountain skills in the Lake District and Snowdonia. Since discovering the joys of the Alps with a Cicerone guidebook in 1999, Andy and his wife Sue have explored much of the Western Alps, walking, running, cycling, ski touring and snowshoeing. With 25 years' service in Dartmoor Search and Rescue, Andy has vast experience of the moors and recently completed the in-depth training and assessments to become a qualified International Mountain Leader.


Map key Overview map Route summary table Introduction Geography Geology Wildlife Plants and flowers Weather History Art and culture Trail running Places of interest When to go Access and travel Accommodation Clothing Food and drink Language Maps and navigation Waymarking Safety and emergencies Insurance Using this guide Main Valley Route 1 Forte di Bard and the Roman road, Donnas Route 2 Napoleon's diversion route Lower Lys Valley Route 3 Plan des Sorci&##xe8;res and Col Portola Route 4 The Two Monts: Mont Roux and Mont Bechit Route 5 Colma di Mombarone Route 6 Mont Mars traverse Upper Lys Valley Route 7 Via Regina to Castel Savoia Route 8 Punta Regina: the queen's peak Route 9 Alpenzu and the Walser villages Route 10 Source of the Lys Route 11 Punta Indren and Indren glacier crossing Route 12 Bettolina ridge to Rifugio Quintino Sella Valtournenche and Cervin/Matterhorn Route 13 Eastern balcony: Cervinia to Valtournenche Route 14 Western balcony: Cervinia to Valtournenche Route 15 Becca d'Aran Valpelline Route 16 Rifugio Prarayer Route 17 Ru di-z-Aagne and Fontina Route 18 Lac Mort Route 19 Ru du Rey: a marvel of hydro-engineering Route 20 Pointe Cornet Route 21 Alta Via 1: Col de Breuson Route 22 Rifugio and Col Champillon Great Saint Bernard Pass Route 23 Via Francigena to Great St Bernard Monastery Route 24 Mont Fourchon Route 25 Two Cols Route 26 Grande Chenalette and Pointe de Drne via ferrata Upper Aosta Valley - Courmayeur Route 27 Mont Ch&##xe9;tif Route 28 Mont de la Saxe and Col Sapin Route 29 Rifugio Bonatti and Mont Blanc panorama Route 30 Mont Fortin Route 31 Tour of the Pyramides Calcaires Route 32 Mont Ch&##xe9;tif via ferrata Appendix A Useful contacts Appendix B Useful phrases Appendix C Clothing and equipment