The Julian Alps of Slovenia: Mountain Routes and Short Treks

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Cicerone Press Limited, 9. ruj 2010. - Broj stranica: 309
1 Recenzija
This book contains around 50 walks which bring the best of the Julian Alps to the English-speaking walker. The walks are based around five bases - 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 they 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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Sadržaj

Slovenia
iv
Area of the Julian Alps Covered by this Guide
v
Map Key
10
Introduction
13
Section 1 Kranjska Gora
44
Section 2 Bohinj
125
Section 3 Bovec
179
Section 4 Bled
235
Section 5 Kobarid
270
Useful Contact Details
300
Bibliography
303
Glossary
305
Route Index
307
Listing of Cicerone Guides
318
Back Cover
321
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O autoru (2010)

Roy Clark and Justi Carey started visiting the British mountains in their teens, a discovery which shaped their whole lives. In 2002 they moved to Slovenia in search of new challenges, and are currently living in the heart of the Julian Alps, where they are happily exploring this new area and culture.

Roy Clark and Justi Carey started visiting the British mountains in their teens, a discovery which shaped their whole lives. In 2002 they moved to Slovenia in search of new challenges, and are currently living in the heart of the Julian Alps, where they are happily exploring this new area and culture.

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