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Reisgids Montenegro in Your Hands

 

€ 17,45

 

Blz; 272

 

ISBN / Code: 9788686245168

Uitgever: Komshe

Taal: Engels

This is the first edition of the Komshe travel guidebook to Slovenia, written and published by travel specialists from south eastern Europe. The guide is divided into sections covering 5 regions of Slovenia (including the capital, Ljubljana), with more than 100 tourist destinations. The book includes regional and town maps, accommodation listings as well as other practical information. With this guide you can discover Slovenia's history, culture, landscape and cuisine while gaining an understanding of customs, manners and more! There are other basic, useful facts: visas, health and security, transport, banks and currency, active holidays, shopping advice, sports activities and other important tips for travellers. There are more than 500 colour photos illustrating what to expect before embarking on your travels. Of special note are places rarely visited by most tourists - ancient castles, monasteries, national parks and relics of the Roman, Austro-Hungarian and Yugoslav legacy. The guide includes insider recommendations for Slovenia's festivals, arts, concerts and nightlife.

 

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Mountaineering in Slovenia

Tine Mihelič

 

€ 29,95

 

Soft cover binding

256 pages

12,5 x 21 cm

Colour photos

Tine Mihelič is one of the best connoisseurs of the Slovene mountains. The volume introduces over 80 tours, from relatively easy medium-altitude trips and walks to serious high-mountain tours and traverses.The Julian Alps hold a central position in this guide, being the mightiest mountain range in Slovenia. Nevertheless the author has added ascents to the most important summits of the Karavanke and the Kamnik-Savinja Alps, which though smaller in extent, are no les interesting for the attractiveness of their destinations.

This selection of tours represents the most beautiful that the mountains of Slovenia can offer and at the same time invites you to discover this easternmost part of the Alpine chain.

 

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Triglav-Hiking Guide

Tine Mihelič, Peter Pehani

 

€ 14,95

 

Soft cover binding

88 pages

12x21 cm

Colour photos

 

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1 Kaart € 1,95 (50 - 100 gr )

2 Kaarten € 2,45 (100 - 250 gr)

3+ kaarten € 2,95 (tot 2kg)

1-2 Boeken € 2,95 (tot 2kg)

 

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As the highest Slovene mountain with great symbolic value, Triglav is truly a majestic and beautiful summit. This iconic peak counts among the most visited high mountains in Slovenia, even though it is by no means an easy mountain.

This guidebook includes detailed descriptions of 8 classic approaches to Triglav with brief descriptions of several other variants.The tours, which are described clearly and precisely, include topos, maps and photographs. The introductory chapters provide practical hints, a brief historical account of the mountain and an overview of the natural sites.

The descriptions are provided in an easy-to-use format and include everything you need to know in order to successfully and safely ascend this splendid peak.

 

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The Julian Alps of Slovenia

 

 

€ 24,95

 

 

ISBN / Code: 9781852847098

Uitgever: Cicerone

Taal: Engels

De Cicerone wandelgids heeft een handzaam formaat, de informatie in de gidsen is steeds bijzonder compleet. De wandelingen zijn geordend per streek, met diverse uitstapjes in de locale historie. Start/eindpunt, afstand en hoogteverschillen zijn aangegeven. Er wordt geen indicatie voor de tijdsduur afgegeven, de een loopt nou eenmaal sneller dan de andere. Daarnaast bevat de gids algemene informatie: een handige lijst van adressen/telefoonnummers van medische voorzieningen, openbaar vervoer, toeristische informatie, etc.

This guidebook describes over 60 walks in the Julian Alps of Slovenia. The walks are organized around five bases Kranjska Gora, Bovec, Kobarid, Bled and Bohinj. The routes in the Julian Alps range from easy valley walks and rougher forest trails to high-mountain protected routes and multi-day treks.

The Julian Alps of Slovenia contains over 60 walks which bring the best of the Julian Alps to the English-speaking walker. The walks and treks in this guidebook are organized around five bases in the Julian Alps Kranjska Gora, Bovec, Kobarid, Bled and Bohinj all of which have a range of accommodation and public transport facilities. There is something here for everyone from easy valley walks and rougher forest trails to high-mountain protected routes, some of which require Alpine mountaineering experience. Several possibilities for multi-day walks are included.

The Julian Alps are situated in the small independent republic of Slovenia, at the south-eastern end of the Alpine chain. Their highest peak, Triglav, at 2864m, may be smaller than some of the better-known western giants, but what the mountains lack in stature they make up for in interest and accessibility. The dramatic limestone peaks drop steeply through forests to flower meadows, and will give you a feast for the eyes no matter which direction you turn.

 

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The Karavanke, Slovenia

 

 

€ 15,95

 

ISBN / Code: 9781852846428

Uitgever: Cicerone

Taal: Engels

 

De Cicerone wandelgids heeft een handzaam formaat, de informatie in de gidsen is steeds bijzonder compleet. De wandelingen zijn geordend per streek, met diverse uitstapjes in de locale historie. Start/eindpunt, afstand en hoogteverschillen zijn aangegeven. Er wordt geen indicatie voor de tijdsduur afgegeven, de een loopt nou eenmaal sneller dan de andere. Daarnaast bevat de gids algemene informatie: een handige lijst van adressen/telefoonnummers van medische voorzieningen, openbaar vervoer, toeristische informatie, etc.

The magnificent 120km-long Karavanke mountain range forms a natural border between Slovenia and Austria. It is one of the longest mountain ranges in Western Europe, yet it remains relatively unvisited and unknown among English-speaking hillwalkers, and it is yet to experience the extent of the commercial development known by the Western Alps.

In fact 'the way the Alps used to be' is a phrase often used to describe the range. Its wealth of superb mountain walking includes forested valleys, grassy pastures and striking summits offering spectacular views. From bases in unspoilt towns and villages, these routes give excellent opportunities for walkers of all abilities.

Arranged by peak from west to east along the range, the routes feature major highlights including Stol (at 2236m the highest in the range and one that forms a stunning backdrop to

the beautiful Lake Bled), the majestic Kouta ridge and Golica a mountain that displays a fine carpet of white daffodils in May.

detailed description of 23 walking routes, covering the entire range from west to east

insight into the history of the area

practical details on transport, accessing the routes, accommodation and available facilities

 

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Klimgids Slovenie - Sport Climbs

 

 

€ 33,95

 

Soft cover binding

352 pages

15 x 25 cm

Colour photos

Topos

Sportklimgids voor Slovenië, met beschrijvingen van ca. 3600 klimroutes met klimtopos, kaarten en hoogteprofielen - o.a. rond de klimgebieden Bled, Bohinj, Ljubljana, Osp, Celje, Kotecnik.

 

Slovenia Sport Climbs Slovenija sportnoplezalni vodnik Sidarta climbing guide Plezalisca met tekst in Engels, Duits, Italiaans, Sloveens

 

Slovenia-climbing guide - Climbing guidebook to the Slovenian climbing areas. About 4500 routes, among them 800 new ones, are included in this latest edition. With 14 new climbing areas added, the number of crags has increased to 92 at present.

This guide rounds up all the sports climbing possibilities from the Mediterranean area, including Osp and Mija pe, to the alpine regions of the Julian Alps and the hills of the Slovenian north-east.

 

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Climbing Without Frontiers

Adriatic coast Slovenie-Kroatie-Italie

 

€ 33,95

 

Paperback

352 pages

15 x 25 cm

Colour photos

Topos

Climbing Without Frontiers. Adriatic Coast - Istria. Italy, Slovenia, Croatia

 

Klimtopo voor Slovenie, Istrië en de Adriatische Kust, met tekst in o.a. Engels, Duits en Italiaans

 

29 climbing areas on the Adriatic Coast - extending across Italy, Slovenia and Croatia with over 2500 routes including new routes, sectors and climbing areas in Trieste and its surrounding, slovenian and croatian part of Istrian peninsula.

 

Klettergebiete ohne Grenzen - Adriaküste-Istrien Kletterführer Italien, Slowenien, Kroatien

 

Plezalia brez meja Trst-Slovensko primorje-Istra

 

Climbing Without Frontiers Adriatic Coast and Istria, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia

 

Arrampicare Senza Frontier Trieste, Litorale Sleveno, Istria

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Patagonia Vertical: Chaltén Massif - Climbing Guide

 

€ 42,95

 

250 routes, 39 peaks 90 topos

203 photodiagrams and photos

368 colour pages

Semisoft binding 150 x 240 mm

Zuid-Patagonië klimgids voor het Chalten Massief - beschrijving van 250 routes, 39 toppen onder andere Cerro Fitz Roy en Cerro Torre, 90 topo's, met kleurenafbeeldingen. Tekst in het Engels (klimmen Patagonie)

 

The dramatic Chaltén Massif in southern Patagonia, Argentina, is home to some of the most iconic peaks in the world, including Cerro Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre. This ultimate alpine playground seduces climbers from every continent. The steep walls of these jagged spires range from 300 to 1500 meters tall, and from enjoyable day climbs to unrepeated horror shows. The massif also has countless classic alpine mountaineering objectives involving snow, ice-climbing and scrambling. This climbing guidebook describes every peak and climb in the area. Although Chaltén is not the faraway land it once was, the beauty of the peaks, the quality of the rock and the ferocity of the storms remain unchanged, offering climbers the timeless pursuit of real adventures and lasting memories.The guide is edited by Lindsay Griffin.

 

About authors

 

Rolando Garibotti grew up in Bariloche, Argentina, and first vi­sited the Chaltén Massif in 1986 when, aged 15, he climbed Aguja Guillaumet. At the time El Chaltén had a single, empty house. Since then he has climbed in the area relentlessly, and resides there during the summer months. His finest ascents in the region include the first complete ascent of the north face of Fitz Roy in 1996, the first ascent of Cerro Torre from the north in 2005, and the first ascent of the Torre Traverse in 2008.

Dörte Pietron first climbed in the area in 2008. In a short time she climbed Fitz Roy four times, including the second female team ascent of the peak via the lengthy Afanassieff route, and the third ascent of Ensueño. She has climbed Cerro Torre twice, including the first female ascent of the Ragni route. She grew up in Heidelberg, Germany, and received a degree in physics before becoming a mountain guide. She is head coach of the German Alpine Club’s female young alpinists team.

 

Patagonia Vertical won the "Mountain guidebook award" at the 38. Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival's 2013 .