Guide de randonnée - Islande | Rother guide de randonnée Rother
Guide de randonnée - Islande | Rother guide de randonnée Rother
Guide de randonnée - Islande | Rother guide de randonnée Rother
Guide de randonnée - Islande | Rother guide de randonnée Rother

Hiking guide - Iceland | Rother (French)

Hiking guide - Iceland | Rother (French)

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Iceland Hiking guide edited by rother. Summary and Example - Type in Photo.
176 pages, 111 photos in color, 63 altitude profiles, 63 maps at 1:25 000 to 1: 100,000, two synoptic maps at 1: 3,000,000 and 1: 5 000 000
format 11.5 x 16.5 cm, map stock and film - coated polytex.
GPS coordinates are downloadable for all routes on The site of the publisher (rother).

Iceland, isTierra del Fuego and ice, exercises a magical charm on all nature lovers. Activity volcanoes and large lava deserts contrast with infinite number glaciers. Waterfalls and imposing geysers impress visitors as well as unique fauna and flora. This original landscape certainly guarantees unforgettable natural experiences, but also imposes on the hikers with particular challenges. There is no network of shelters and paths, as we know in the Alps, and time on the island is absolutely unpredictable.
The authors Christian and Gabriele Handl Take into account these particular conditions: thus, the routes described pass through the chosen, safe and very detailed paths and trails that lead you to the natural beauties of Iceland, accessible only to hikers. They offer short and impressive walks but also hikes of one or more days. Selected hiking destinations are mostly in national parks which, on the one hand, bring together the most fascinating natural landscapes, and, on the other hand, bring together the essential conditions for personal initiatives through their infrastructure and their ease of access at the edge of the coastal road.
In the introductory chapters as well as in the presentation of the regions, the authors prepare the hiker to the peculiarities of this country, the most north of Europe. Thanks to small maps with the layout of colored itineraries and clear altitude profiles, hikers are at the outset there. Hiking numbers, a different color depending on the difficulty, allow them to more easily choose their destination while the many photos, in color too, give them the opportunity to prepare for this Icelandic adventure at the simple reading of the present Guide.


ISBN/EAN : 9783763349869
Publication date: 2024
Pagination: 184 pages
Folded dimensions: 12 x 17cm
Language(s): French
Poids : 210 g

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Michel D. (Draguignan, FR)
Remarquable guide très complet et facile d'utilisation

Un guide simple, des cartes explicites, de la balade familiale aux grandes randonnées, tout y est de manière précise. A garder sur soi absolument !

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Mickael C. (Orléans, FR)
Excellent guide très pratique

Petit guide au format de poche, idéal à mettre dans une grande poche ou un sac à dos. Bien illustré, très simple d'utilisation et les explications sont claires.
Plus qu'à tester sur le terrain dans quelques semaines!!

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eric.briens22@gmail.com B. (Langueux, FR)
Top

Conforme aux guides de la collection, les rando décrites paraissent sympas. À tester sur place...

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michel b. (Oissel, FR)
excellent guide de randonnées

j'ai déjà utilisé ce guide pour Madère et, ma satisfaction a été totale
Pour l'Islande celui-ci est de même qualité
Avec ce guide je recommande les cartes Freytag et Berndt au 400 000

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Caroline R.
Je viens à peine de le recevoir mai ...

Je viens à peine de le recevoir mais il a l’air top. Petit format et randonnées courtes donc plus de chances de se lancer dedans.
Par contre on dirait que pas mal de randonnées sont en aller/ retour (vs boucle).