by Rudolf Abraham
That is the primary English-language information to the epic new 750-km climbing route via the mountains of Austria, Slovenia and Italy, from the foot of the Grossglockner (at three,798m, the very best peak in Austria and the Japanese Alps) to Muggia close to Trieste on the Adriatic coast.
Detailed maps and route descriptions for all 43 phases of the route are included, with a transparent breakdown of time, distance and ascent for every stage.
Revealed in a small, handy-sized format which is simple to pack and carry, it’s written by an knowledgeable who has authored over half a dozen climbing guides and who specialises in Japanese and Central Europe. He has been an everyday customer to the borderlands of Slovenia, Austria and Italy for over 15 years, in addition to dwelling for 2 years in neighbouring Croatia.
The Alpe-Adria route is nicely marked, comparatively simple to stroll and is appropriate for hikers of all skills in addition to households – some extent which is emphasised within the information. The route takes in spectacular, unspoilt mountain surroundings, alpine lakes, rolling coastal hills, lovely villages and several other nationwide parks and nature reserves.
An introduction masking the historical past, wildlife, flora and geography of the realm is included, together with lodging particulars for every stage and data on native public transport, tradition, meals and language.
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