Senderismo en los Alpes Bavaros - Walking in the Bavarian Alps

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Walking in the Bavarian Alps.
Senderismo en los Alpes Bávaros.
Idioma: INGLÉS.
Autores: Grant Bourne, Sabine Körner-Bourne.
2ª edición.
Publicada 28 Junio 2007.
Páginas 320.
Dimensiones 17.2 x 11.6 x 1.5 cm.
Location Map (1).
Overview Maps (1).
Sample Routes (2).
Sample Photos (6).
Seasons: Valley walking: from April; mountain walking: from June (peaks over 1500m snow free by end of May) to late October. Centres: Oberstdorf, Füssen, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Lenggries, Marquartstein, Bad Reichenhall. Difficulty: Range from half-day walks to 4 or 5 day tours; valley and mountain walks. Must See: Neuschwanstein castle; Eibsee lake; ascent of the Zugspitze; two-day hike Garmisch-Partenkirchen to Leutasch in Austria; via ferrata
Further Reading The Bavarian Alps lie along the German–Austrian border in a thin sliver of land roughly 300km long. Crammed into this area is some of the most spectacular walking and beautiful scenery that Germany has to offer. The region is also home to picturesque villages and towns, and to King Ludwig’s world-famous fairy-tale castles. Reasonable prices and an excellent tourist infrastructure make the Bavarian Alps the perfect destination for an easy-to-organise and affordable walking holiday.

85 walks, including graded mountain routes, gentler valley walks and two multi-day tours
the range described by region from west to east
practical information on transport, accommodation, etc, for planning your holiday.