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Ruta pel Queyras - GR58 i GR541 als Alps Francesos - Guia

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Walking Tour of the Queyras - GR58 and GR541 in the French Alps.
Ruta circular pel Queyras - GR58 i GR541 als Alps Francesos.
Autor: Alan Castle.
Coberta: Plastificada.
2ª Edició.
Publicat: 15 Febrer 2009.
Pàgines 192.
Maps 14.
Dimensions 17.2 x 11.6 x 1.5 cm.


A guide to a backpacking tour of the Queyras region of the Haute Alps on the border between Italy and France, following the GR58 and GR541 trails. The route includes the highest point reached on any grand randonée with 24 cols above 2000m and options to climb up to 17, five above 3000m.

Activities: Walking, trekking, backpacking. Seasons: Mid-June to mid-October without specialist winter walking equipment; refuges particularly busy between 14 July and 15 August; warm, settled weather all summer. Centres: Nice, Guillestre, Montdauphin, Turin, Abriès, Saint-Véran, Ceillac, Briançon. Difficulty: Several summits can be reached by the ordinary walker, without specialist equipment or skills; other (optional) ascents need more experience; basic route suitable for any fit hillwalker. Must See: Monte Viso, Pic de Rochebrune, Grand Glaiza, Le
Pain de Sucre, Tête des Toillies, Le Grand Queyras, Bric Bouchet, Tête du Pelvas, the Guil valley.

A guide to a backpacking tour of the Queyras region of the Haute Alps on the border between Italy and France, following the GR58 and GR541 trails. The route includes the highest point reached on any grand randonée with 24 cols above 2000m and options to climb up to 17 summits, five above 3000m.

The Queyras is a dramatic, unspoilt region in the shadow of Monte Viso, sheltered to the west by the Écrins, and is one of the
sunniest areas of the Alps. The absence of glaciers makes ideal hillwalking country, with several high mountain summits accessible
to the ordinary walker and scrambler and it's one of France’s best kept secrets!

- route described in 12 stages, with altitude profiles.
- high level, but generally moderate grade mountain walking.
- full details of facilities en route.
- several alternative routes and excursions.
- ideal as a first-time alpine walking tour or for the experienced mountain walker.