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Grand Tour of Switzerland, Touring Guide, English Edition Hallwag Kümmerly & Frey
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
Die Grand Tour of Switzerland ist eine Entdeckungsreise, welche die Highlights der Schweiz auf einer Reise vereint. Um die Schweiz zu kennen, muss man sie immer wieder von einer andern Seite sehen. Gelegenheit dazu bietet eine Traumstrasse durch die ganze Schweiz - die "Grand Tour of Switzerland". Es ist eine Route von über 1600 km Länge, entlang der beeindruckenden Kulisse von Naturschönheiten. Sie führt an Seen und an verträumten Ecken vorbei, gibt bei Alpenpässen stupende Ausblicke frei und lässt auch kulturelle und landschaftliche Höhepunkte von 11 UNESCO-Welterbestätten und 2 Biosphären nicht aus. Der Touring Guide "Grand Tour of Switzerland" von 288 Seiten Umfang berichtet über Touren-Highlights, bringt Tipps zu den 25 Streckenabschnitten und zeigt die Top-Sehenswürdigkeiten. Dem Reiseführer ist eine Karte Schweiz 1:500 000 beigelegt.
Adventure Cycle-Touring Handbook Trailblazer Publications
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
'...the definitive guide to how, where, why and what to do on a cycle expedition...' Adventure Travel Magazine (UK) Every cyclist dreams of making the Big Trip, the Grand Cycle Tour abroad. Whether that s a two-week trip or a year-long journey, the Adventure Cycle-Touring Handbook is the comprehensive manual that will make that dream a reality. Riding across Asia, cycling in Africa or pedaling from Patagonia to Alaska, whether you're planning your own Big Trip or just enjoy reading about other people's adventures, the Handbook is guaranteed to illuminate, entertain and above all, inspire. This fully revised 3rd edition includes: PART 1 Practical information How to prepare for a long-distance trip What to look for in a new bike with reviews of some of the world s best touring- and trekking-bikes Adapting a standard bike for the Big Ride Choosing components, equipment for the road and reviews of camping gear Health precautions, inoculations, visas, money and safety PART 2 Worldwide route outlines Across Europe, Asia, Australasia, North and South America and Africa; recommended routes within countries and overland. Everything from popular routes eg India s Leh-Manali Highway to lesser-known cycle-touring areas such as Mongolia. PART 3 Tales from the Saddle Ten first-hand accounts of spoke-bending biking adventures worldwide. Introduction Why are so many people going bike touring these days? A minority pastime during the heyday of the car, cycling has once again become a popular choice for travelling especially for long overseas trips. The first cycle-touring craze began in the 1870s. Then, as now, the bicycle offered a revolutionary way of touring: you go exactly where you want, when you want, and all under your own steam. This was before the age of the car and walking or riding a horse were the only other options until the bicycle. In 1885 the Rover Safety Bicycle came along, and for all the innovation since then, most modern touring bicycles would be recognizable to a Victorian, as would their derailleur gears. Bike touring is undergoing a boom at the moment but it is really one of many periodic rediscoveries. Bicycle design, components and gear are evolving to suit the changing needs and tastes of people. It s a combination of experimentation and using tried and tested designs, such as the 'diamond' frame of the Rover Safety Bicycle. The Adventure Cycle-Touring Handbook is all about looking at what people are choosing and using: what kind of bikes, what gear and what destinations are being chosen by today s bike tourers. There are many reasons for taking a bike on your next long trip. My own guess as to why bike touring is back in fashion is that many travellers get burned out by backpacking, which really amounts to travelling by bus and train for most of the time. Buses are certainly fast but they go from one noisy town to another, leaving little possibility of exploring the spaces in between, the places where the bus doesn t stop. Others use bikes to go even further off the beaten track: they want to go where buses don t go at all and perhaps where other vehicles cannot get to either. Paul Woloshansky built his own racks to carry extra gear after being told all too often: 'There s a prettier way to go but there s nothing out there at all.' Other adventurers, such as Sweden s Janne Corax (see p122), have said the same thing: there were times when there was no other way of getting to where they wanted to go. You couldn t get there on foot and you couldn t get there in a truck. It was possible only on a bicycle. Half the adventure, though, is in the riding itself. Being out in the fresh air and seeing much more than is possible from a bus or train window is always a good feeling, whether you are wandering around France or riding across India. A lot of today s cycle tourists are interested in the riding but not that interested in bikes. It s a means of transport and a way to carry bags comfortably, while sitting down and enjoying the view. Not everyone is drawn to the high passes of the Andes or the Himalaya but they are all enjoying that same sense of freedom and all that comes with it unexpected discoveries, off-route detours or an impromptu day off when you find a great place to stay. Trips like these are not as arduous as some expeditions but they are every bit as satisfying and they are still adventures, for they allow for spontaneity. And if you are carrying a tent and camping gear, you re prepared for just about any eventuality because you ve always got a place to spend the night. This book looks at the possibilities out there, the different styles of travelling and the basic gear and know-how that you need. We also look at some of the more exciting cycling destinations around the world, complete with suggestions as to which routes to take and what you need to plan a trip in that region. The Adventure Cycle-Touring Handbook does not set out to tell you exactly where to go: it s your adventure, after all. But it s good to have a general idea of a destination and what you re likely to find when you re there and this is what this book aims to do. In the final part of this book we include stories from all around the world, not just about the biking but also about the adventures cyclists had on their journeys. It s the old idea that a bike ride isn t just about the riding but also about the places you were able to get to and the people you got to meet and all because you decided to travel by bicycle."
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Lazurowe Wybrzeże Bergverlag Rother Cote D'Azur Bergverlag Rother
Europa > Francja > Lazurowe Wybrzeże
Côte d'Azur: hiking along Europe's, if not the world's most famous coastline. Touring a floral landscape comprising nothing but colours, scents and the ocean. Walking along dream-like bays, in the high land of Grasse, but also in the Lake Alps on up to 1500 m high mountain summits from where on the one side the Alps, on the other side the Mediterranean can be seen. Daniel Anker, one of the most renowned alpine journalists in Switzerland, presents 44 selected day and multiple-day excursions between Meton and Marseille. The offer of tours leaves no wishes open and ranges from walks on the Îles de Lérins over beach hikes at St.Tropez to solid mountain tours in the Massiv de I'Estérel or the Lake Alps. The famous crossing of the Calanques and a long-distance tour in 15 stages from Menton to Marseille round off the tour suggestions. The author nearly always chooses paths away from the flows of tourism. All proposed tours can be reached by public transport, which was the author's exclusive means of transportation. He provides much useful advice on all tours, stating the bus and train lines as well as telephone numbers of the respective points of arrival. All this information is supplemented by details on accommodation (inc. telephone numbers), many tips on sites and comments on possible tour combinations, complemented by illustrated hiking maps; the coloured evaluation of the level of difficulty is an additional help for the reader to select the right tour. The author not only offers precise route portrayals, but also conveys through his texts, underlined by his excellent colour photos, the love he feels for the azure blue coast. A love you are bound to discover for yourself when exploring the remote sides of this wonderful coast with the help of this guide.
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