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Walking in Croatia

Walking in Croatia

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Object Title: Walking in Croatia

Manufacturer: Cicerone Press

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Created/Edited: Jul 26, 2009 / Jul 26, 2009

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Full book name:
Walking in Croatia: Day and Multi-day Routes
Author: Rudolf Abraham
Publisher: Cicerone www.cicerone.co.uk
Year: 2004.
Language: English
Size: 12x17 1/2cm pocket size guidebook, 221 pages pages with colour photos and maps
Binding: softcover, PVC
ISBN: 978 1 85284 406 6

What's in the book?

This pocket guide cover the hiking areas of Croatia,
from the Dinaric Alps along the coast
to a number of other areas further inland,
as well as some of the country's Adriatic islands.

It covers walks on the mainland
(Zagreb, Gorski Kotar, Velebit, Mosar, Kozjak, Biokovo, Peljesac) and on some of the islands
(Brac, Cres and Losinj).

Routes range from easy day-trips to multi-day treks
across jagged mountain chains.

All the walks are graded in difficulty.
Some involve scrambling.

This is not climbing guide - there are other books
to look for it, nor it does cover all the popular hikes
in the country.

Interesting enough,
before the section detailing the walks does begin,
there are almost 60 pages of history
and general information - almost 30 percent
of the entire book.



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