A Ceper’s Guide to the Tatra Mountains in Poland and Slovakia is suitable both for those who have experience walking and climbing in the Tatras as well as beginners. The guide describes all of the major valleys, peaks, trails and ponds of the mountains in both countries. An extensive series of introductory paragraphs profile the Tatra, with general practical information on meteorological phenomena, clouds, photometeors, how to predict the weather, thunderstorms, the Foehn Wind, fauna and flora and photography.
The Polish and Slovakian sides of the Tatras range each have dedicated sections. Individual chapters explore the valleys, caves, routes, ponds and peaks and passes of the Tatras, with a comprehensive range of routes and trails described. Gradient diagrams accompany major routes, detailing distance and the climb in metres.
Written by an author who spend most of his life climbing and walking in the Tatras, the guide is recommended for the depth and comprehensive information it provides to walkers wanting to explore the Tatras.
|London Store||Out of stock|
|Bristol Store||Out of stock|
Subject to exceptions, Stanfords is happy to exchange or refund your purchase within 14 days of delivery. Please check here for more details on our returns policy and exceptions.See more information
There are no reviews for this product