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Cicerone GR20 Corsica

GR20 Corsica

Corsica's GR20 is one of Europe's greatest adventure treks, and has a reputation for being the toughest of the GR routes. The GR20 negotiates magnificent mountain terrain as it follows Corsica's rocky central spine along the length of the island. While some sections of the route are on walking trails, others are on bare rock and involve some quite exposed scrambling.

The GR20 is more than just a walk: it's an experience. Enjoy it to the full!

. Background information on how to get there, what to take and full details of facilities along the way.

. Full route description, including high- and low-level alternative routes, links with nearby villages and

mountains ascents.

. Sketch maps, route profiles and colour photographs.


Pages: 236
Format: 12 cm x 17,5 cm


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Fontainebleau Climbs

Fontainebleau Climbs

Fontainebleau, the climbers Mecca reborn.


A new guide for a new way of climbing.

Which areas? Which circuits?

Which boulders?

What grade? OK for children?

When it's hot? After rain? Where to stay?

This user-friendly guide has all the answers.


If you want to locate a particular grade of circuit, just choose the area of the forest you want to climb in, and look up the colour of the circuit of that grade: from yellow for beginners, to white for experts.


Routes to suit everyone, from beginner to expert

It's easy to locate a boulder problem, simply look it up in the summarized list of routes, which will give you its grade and a quick look at the area map will help you pinpoint the right boulder.


If you want to take your children climbing a glance at the opening box symbols (pictogram) will help you decide on the most suitable area.

Detailed maps, showing numbered boulders, the location of routes and coloured circuits.

Summarized lists of circuits and boulders with route grades.


An area, a circuit, a boulder, a grade at a glance

The opening symbols to each area show ease of access, how busy an area is,

if it catches the sun or dries quickly after rain, how committing the problems are and how suitable for children. .Over a hundred maps

. Nearly forty areas

. Over a hundred circuits

. Nearly three thousand routes


Advice on equipment and safety.

A thousand and one practical suggestions to simplify your climbing.


Pages: 233
Format: 12,5 cm x 22,5 cm


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JM Editions: Mont Blanc 4808m

Mont Blanc 4808m
5 Routes to the summit

Who has never dreamt of climbing Mont Blanc?

Thousands of people try the ascent to the top of Europe each year.

François Damilano, a highly experienced mountain guide based in Chamonix, shows you ways to this wonderful summit in all its alpine splendour.

This book helps you to better understand the mountain and to chose among the 5 classic routes

the one that suits you best.

These include:

- The ordinary route through the AiguiIle du Goûter
- The Aiguille du Midi traverse

- The historical route through the Grands Mulets
- The normal Italian route

- The Miage - Bionnassay - Mont Blanc traverse


Pages: 160
Format: 12,5 cm x 17,5 cm
Language: English

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Rother Autour du Mont-Blanc

Autour du Mont-Blanc

50 randonnées sélectionnées tout autour du Mont Blanc: Chamonix, St. Gervais, Argentière, Martigny et Courmayeur.

Description détaillée des parcours, cartes de randonnées au 1 :50.000 et nombreux conseils.

Pages : 122
Dimensions : 11,5 cm x 16,5 cm
Langue: Français

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Cicerone The Way of St. James - From Le Puy to the Pyrenees

The Way of St. James
From Le Puy to the Pyrenees


People have been walking the Way of St James as a pilgrim route for over a thousand years. Today’s pilgrims are people of all ages and from all walks of life. While some walk simply to enjoy a beautiful long-distance footpath, others may have a religious motive or a personal, historical or cultural interest in the route.


Guide covers the 740km French section of the route – from Le Puy-en-Velay in central France to the Pyrenees.­

Route follows the GR65 long-distance path from le Puy, and continues through southern and south-western France to Saint­ Jean-Pied-de-Port and on to Roncesvalles in Spain.

Clear and detailed route description illustrated with a series of sketch maps.

Practical advice for the journey as well as background information on St James and pilgrim references en route.

Dimensions: 11,5 cm x 17 cm