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Walking in Austria.
Senderismo en Austria.
Idioma: INGLÉS.
Autor: Kev Reynolds.
Cubierta: Rústica - PVC.
1ª Edición.
Publicado 12 Marzo 2009.
Páginas 432.
Dimensiones 17.2 x 11.6 x 1.5 cm.
ISBN_13 9781852845384.

A comprehensive new guide on walking in Austria by Kev Reynolds with 102 routes described, suitable for a wide range of abilities and some classic hut-to-hut tours. Set out in ten sections by district across the Eastern Alps, this book includes full information on public transport, accommodation, gear required and safety issues, full details of 135 mountain huts and a German–English glossary.

Activities: walking, trekking, backpacking. Seasons: Mountain huts are staffed from July to the end of September, but often open for longer. Campsites are open from May to September. Valley walking from April; mountain walking: from June (peaks over 1500m snow free by end of May) to late October. Centres: Brand, Schruns, Tschagguns, Gargelle, St Gallenkirch, Gaschurn, Bielerhöhe, Galtür, Ischgl, Feichten, Plangeross, Mandarfen, Längenfeld, Sölden, Obergurgl, Längenfeld, Kühtai, Gries im Sellrain, Neustift, Zell am Ziller, Mayrhofen, Finkenberg, Westendorf, Brixen, Kitzbühel, Söll, Scheffau, Ellmau, Saalbach, Hinterglemm, Zell am See, Kufstein, Scheffau, Ellmau, Going, St Johann in Tirol, Filzmoos, Ramsau, Hallstatt, Badgastein, Kaprun, Matrei in Osttirol, Kals am Grossglockner, Ferlach, Bad Eisenkappel. Difficulty: Grade 1: Mostly short distances or walks along gently graded paths or tracks with little height gain. Grade 2: Moderate walking, usually on clear footpaths with a reasonable amount of height gain. Grade 3: More strenuous routes on sometimes rough paths. Some modest scrambling, or the use of ladders, fixed ropes or cables as support. Must SeeGrossglockner, Schesaplana, Piz Buin, Dreiländerspitze, Wildspitze, Kalkkogel, Wilder Kaiser, Zell am See, Gosaukamm, Bischofsmütze, Hochstuhl - alpine flowers and wildlife - glaciers and meadows.
Austria is one of Europe’s most walker-friendly countries. Its 40,000km of well-maintained and waymarked trails through breathtaking scenery pass more than a thousand mountain huts and countless attractive villages, hospitable hotels, inns and restaurants. It also boasts an extensive, integrated public transport system that is particularly useful for walkers.

This comprehensive new guide by Alpine expert Kev Reynolds outlines over 100 of the best walks in ten districts that illustrate the rich diversity of the Eastern Alps – with all the information you need to make the most of an active mountain holiday in Austria.

102 routes described, suitable for a wide range of abilities and ambitions.
classic – and little-known – hut-to-hut tours.
information on public transport, accommodation, gear required and safety issues.
full details of 135 mountain huts.
German–English glossary.
covers the Ratikon, Silvretta, Otztal, Stubai, Zillertal and Kitzbuheler Alps, and the Kaisergebirge, Dachsteingebirge, Hohe Tauern and Karawanken.