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European Walking Guidebooks

Check out our range of guidebooks covering Europe's most popular or challenging treks and day hikes
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Trekking in Austrias Hohe Tauern http://

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Trekking in the Zillertal Alps http://

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The Mountains of Montenegro http://

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Walking in Slovenia: The Karavanke http://

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Walking in the Auvergne http://

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The Way of St James - France http://

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Walking in Menorca http://

This guidebook explores Menorca through 16 mostly inland one-day walks plus a 4-day coast to coast and the 10-day GR223 trek of 185km round the whole coastline.

Walks and Treks in the Maritime Alps http://

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Across the Eastern Alps: E5 - A Walkers Guide http://

The E5 Long Distance Trail travels between Lake Constance, Germany to Verona, Italy, and runs for 600km through a remarkable kaleidoscope of landscapes and culture in Switzerland, Austria and Italy.

Tour of the Matterhorn http://

A walking guide to the 145km Tour of the Matterhorn, described anti-clockwise from Zermatt and offering stunning alpine views of 25 peaks of over 4000m.

The Adlerweg http://

Comprehensive guidebook to walking the Adlerweg, or Eagle's Way across the Austrian Tyrol following established mountain and valley tracks. 

Tour of the Jungfrau http://

A guidebook to the Tour of the Jungfrau Region, a 111km trek from Schynige Platte to Wilderswil in 9-12 days through the Bernese Oberland.

Trailblazer Guide - The Walkers Haute Route http://

Possibly the best way of enjoying the full majesty of the Alps without the need for mountaineering skills. The Walkers Haute Route from Chamonix to Zermatt traverses some of the most spectacular scenery in the French and Swiss Alps.

The GR20 Corsica: The High Level Route http://

Reportedly the toughest long distance route in Europe, the GR20 in Corsica is a route across a rugged landscape, often involving scrambling. High heat and infrequent water sources add to the challenge

Walking the Bernese Oberland http://

This guidebook has details of over 100 day walks in the Bernese Oberland region of Switzerland. It feature walks around Grindelwald, Wengen, Lauterbrunnen, Mürren, Adelboden and Kandersteg

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