The High Mountains of Crete: A walking and trekking guide

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Cicerone Press, Sep 9, 2010 - Sports & Recreation - 384 pages
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Guidebook to walking the high mountains of Crete with its dramatic gorges and numerous peaks rising to over 2100m, high mountain plains, forested crags, massive cliffs and remote beaches. A combination of the climate and its ancient historical sites make the Greek island of Crete a great destination for any holidaymaker. In addition to a wide selection of walks and trekking routes in the White Mountains, this book covers Mount Ida in central Crete and the Lassithi Mountains to the east. The guide includes: Western Crete (53 walks in the White Mountains and on the south coast together with 10 multi-day trekking routes; Central Crete (17 walks and treks on Mount Ida and in the Psiloritis range); Eastern Crete (12 walks and treks in the Lassithi Mountains) and coverage of the E4 Trail across each of these ranges. There is also lots of general information provided on walking in Crete and getting to the trailhead.

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In 1979, after returning from a spell in the early Dubai building boom, Loraine Wilson swapped life as an Architectural Assistant for trek leading, mainly in the mountains of Greece. A lifelong hillwalker and backpacker, she has been walking the Cretan mountains since 1982.

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