Hikes of all grades from a month-long traverse of the Pindos to day hikes on the outskirts of Athens.
'The Mountains of Greece opens up the remote hinterland and the best mountains, with plenty of peak-bagging days alongside treks to historical sites such as Delphi. It also includes my all-time favourite, the Zagori Circuit. Taking into account that many of the 41 routes could be connected to become one long expedition, the potential for trekking is immense. Whatever your attitude, if you are a keen hillwalker who likes the idea of exploring a remote, often challenging landscape, as far from the 9-5 daily grind as you can get on this planet, this book is required reading.' (Walking World Ireland Magazine / Sept 2006) 'Cicerone guides have evolved into handy plastic covered, heavy duty-paged, pocket-sized handbooks. This one is bang up-to-date, introducing the way that communities in the mountains have disappeared or evolved, with consequent changes to the tracks. It gives good advise about how to deal with these largely deserted ranges. Can't wait to do some of these wild mountain treks.' (Irish Mountain Log magazine / Autumn 2006) Within the 350 plus pages of the book, there are literally years upon years of walking, making this one of the best value books on walking in existance. Just dream, some high level walking finished off with a few days next to the Aegean! The Aitchison-Jones Walker's Pocket Book 2007
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