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Guidebooks to the Alpine Pass Route that takes walkers across Switzerland from East to West from the ancient town of Sargans to Montreux on the shores of Lake Geneva. Passing through the quieter Alps in the East to the Bernese Oberland, it covers some 325km of mountain and valley and crosses 16 passes with almost 18,000m of height gain in fifteen stages.
The Route; Stage 1: Sargans Mels Weisstannen; Stage 2: Weisstannen Foopass Elm; Stage 3: Elm Richetlipass Linthal; Stage 4: Linthal Klausenpass Altdorf; Stage 5: Altdorf Surenenpass Engelberg; Stage 6: Engelberg Jochpass Meiringen; Stage 7: Meiringen Grosse Scheidegg Grindelwald; Stage 8: Grindelwald Kleine Scheidegg Lauterbrunnen; Stage 9: Lauterbrunnen Mrren Sefinenfurke Griesalp; Stage 10: Griesalp Hohtrli Kandersteg; Stage 11: Kandersteg Bunderchrinde Adelboden; Stage 12: Adelboden Hahnenmoospass Lenk; Stage 13: Lenk Lauenen Gsteig; Stage 14: Gsteig Blattipass Col des Andrets Col des Mosses; Stage 15: Col des Mosses Col de Chaude Montreux
Kev Reynolds is a freelance writer, photojournalist and lecturer. He has published many books on the Alps, a series of trekkers' guides to Nepal and, nearer to home, several guides on walking in southern England. A member of the Alpine Club, Austrian Alpine club and the Outdoor Writers' Guild, he is also first Honorary Member of the British Association of European Mountain Leaders. Most winters find Kev travelling around Britain sharing his love of wild places through his lectures.